Issue 320’s cover stars are Status Quo. Sometimes, a band works on a record and everything clicks. For Quo, their 1973 No.1 Hello! was just such an album.
Other features include…
The Darkness frontman Justin Hawkins talks good times, bad times and much more in The Classic Rock Interview.
Although sometimes Joe Bonamassa wishes his life had unfolded a bit differently, most of the time he seems happy with his lot.
As Elton John’s Goodbye Yellow Brick Road album celebrates its 50th, we discover how it reinforced his status as a global superstar.
Does Steven Wilson’s new album, which “encapsulates so much of my musical personality”, tell us something about this enigma?
Bernie Marsden: we look back at the life and times of one of the finest blues-rock guitarists of his generation.
Creeper: taking things over-the-top with their new goth-rock vampire opera album.
Regular features include Fleetwood Mac, The Cadillac Three, Danko Jones, King’s X, Saint Agnes, Doro Pesch… Not forgetting the biggest and loudest rock reviews section on the planet.
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