Oktober 2014: Zeitschrift CLASSIC ROCK mit BEATLES-Schwerpunkt
Heft; Hochformat 30 cm x 22 cm; 140 Seiten; sehr viele Fotos; englischsprachig.
mit CD “Voodoo Lounge”.
RINGO STARR: Werbung für “john varvator #PEACEROCKS” (Doppelseite).
THE BEATLES: The Hamburg Years, Helter Skelter and hard rock – How the Fab Four invented Rock’n’roll, according to rock’s A-list (14 Seiten).
AC/DC: While the world’s eyes are on his day job, AC/DC drummer Phil Rudd’s just sneaked out a solo album..
Quireboys: Spike, Ginger and everything in between as we chat to the London survivors.
Gary Moore: The ex-Thin Lizzy guitarist and electric bluesman remembered.
Anathema. Ex-death metal growlers? The 21st-century Pink Floyd with added sibling tension? Britain’s most under-appreciated band? These cosmic Scousers are all of this and more.
Tom Petty: With Damn The Torpedoes, Petty led his Heartbreakers to global acclaim. But, thanks to his stubborn, ruthless streak, he’d come under fire from his label, lawyers, fans and critics alike, almost being sunk in the defence of his artistic integrity.
Goat: The enigmatic, free-thinking Swedes prove with their new album that they can really stand out from the herd. A bizarre but brilliant bunch.
Lenny Kravitz: Initially turned down because it “either wasn’t black enough or wasn’t white enough”, his funk-infused first two albums saw him recording with Slash and jamming with Jagger. Lenny reflects on those early years.
Joe Bonamassa: How do you make The Hardest Working Man In Showbiz work even harder? With Bonamassa, you frogmarch him to a tiny London club one lunchtime to play a gig in front of just five people. Take it away, blues fella…