The High Voltage Rock 'N' Roll Magazine
This issue’s cover stars are The Black Crowes. The Robinson brothers have said repeatedly that a reunion would never happen. But now, after years of bitter feuds and intense sibling rivalry, the Crowes are ready to fly again. Chris and Rich talk exclusively to Classic Rock.
Other features include…
Neil Peart. We remember the Rush drummer, who tragically passed away last month.
Ian Anderson. He might have become an average blues guitarist. Instead he became the best one-legged flute player in the world, and for more than 50 years has led his band Jethro Tull to critical acclaim and huge commercial success. Ian tells his story in the Classic Rock Interview.
Among the many stars of London’s mid-60s blues scene, Peter Green outshone and outplayed them all. In interviews with John Mayall, Mike Vernon, former bandmates and Green himself, we tell the story of how Fleetwood Mac were born.
Aerosmith – by 1977 they were high on success. But as they started work on the Draw The Line album, drugs and dysfunction sent them into a tailspin that would take them a decade to pull out of.
Monsters Of Rock – we bring you some exclusive photo highlights from a new book on the Donington Park bash, which for 16 years played host to the hottest rock and metal bands of the moment.
The skinhead scene was dismissed by some as a violent cult, but the original skinhead scene established reggae, inspired punk and 2 Tone, and even influenced hard rock and heavy metal.
All this plus our regular features, including The Cadillac Three, Ozzy Osbourne, Tim Wheeler, Biff Byford, Marcus King and more, plus the biggest rock reviews section on the planet, and a free Earache Records sampler digital download album including tracks by Those Damn Crows, Rival Sons, Blackberry Smoke, Clutch, Glorious Sons and more…
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