The High Voltage Rock 'N' Roll Magazine
This issue’s cover feature puts the spotlight on Thin Lizzy and Phil Lynott. Thirty-four years after his death, new generations of fans and musicians continue to have an extraordinary affection for the charismatic frontman, the band he led and the classic, timeless songs they recorded. We celebrate half a century of Lizzy, looking back through the eyes of two band members who knew him best: Scott Gorham and Brian Downey.
Other features include…
When the going got tough for Blues Pills, heading for burn-out and facing calling time on the band, they pulled together and got going. Monsters Of Rock! For a magical stretch in the 80s and early 90s, bands and fans made the pilgrimage to a field in Leicestershire. We look back at greatest hard rock and metal festival of them all.
Having reinvented himself as a blues innovator, Fantastic Negrito is back – and he’s got plenty to shout about. The 90s took Kiss from the lows of a shelved ‘grunge’ album to a money-spinning reunion to a near-catastrophic fall-out. Step into the Psycho Circus…
To mark the 50th anniversary of the Isle Of Wight festival, we look back on the iconic 1970 event. We also look at proposals to ‘recreate’ it on the island next year. Manic Street Preachers frontman James Dean Bradfield talks about his new solo ‘concept’ album, and why he won’t be playing any of it live.
Other features include Budgie, Dee Snider, Crown Lands and Steve Hackett and more…
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