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  • THE LAST STRAW
    It’s 35 years since Marillion’s final album with Fish was released, and it was a tumultuous journey for all involved. From the influence of alcohol, to incessant touring schedules and the final, bitter split, this is the inside story behind Clutching At Straws.
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    It’s been “a fight from day one”, say Alter Bridge’s Mark Tremonti and Myles Kennedy, but now they are now reaping the rewards. The pair are also living proof that you don’t have to be an asshole to sell loads of records, pack out stadiums and be a rock star in 2022.
  • A BEATIFUL NOIZE!
    With the release of a new box set of Slade live albums, Noddy Holder looks back over the band’s glittering career and recalls the shows that delivered the magic.
Themen | 012/2022 (25.11.2022)
  • EXPERIENCE THIS!
    He was the greatest guitarist ever to pick up the instrument, but what is sometimes overlooked is his talent as a songwriter, a singer and also how he often made other writers’ songs his own. As a celebration of Jimi Hendrix in the month when he would have turned 80, stars and those who knew him choose his greatest songs, relive personal memories and reflect on his legacy.
  • FACE OFF
    In a tumultuous decade, Ace Frehley and Peter Criss left, there was a disastrous concept album, rising tensions between Gene Simmons and Paul Stanley, and – most shocking of all – the removal of their make-up. Kiss nearly didn’t survived the 80s.
  • Fortunate SONS
    For a time in the late 60s, Creedence Clearwater Revival were the hottest band in America, if not the world. Former members recall their rocket ride from outcasts to “outselling The Beatles”.
Themen | 001/2023 (20.12.2022)
  • ALBUMS OF 2022
    From another year of albums ranging from the brilliant to the good, the bad and the downright ugly, from established stars, up-and-comers and new kids on the block, Classic Rock ’s critics pick the 50 best.
  • MONSTERS OF ROCK
    We joined Monster Truck and Those Damn Crows on tour to discover how they keep it fully rock‘n’roll, with tales of road burn, broken bones and smoke – lots of smoke. Live is definitely back.
  • THE ULTIMATE PLAYLIST OF 2022
    Need a bunch of top tunes to wrap your ears around? Cue this CR-selected lot up on your preferred mode of music delivery and listen to some of the best new tracks released this year.
Themen | 002/2023 (24.01.2023)
  • TAKK ONE : Action!
    Moving Pictures was the album that was never supposed to be. Rush’s Geddy Lee and Alex Lifeson recall angry mobs, out-of-control aeroplanes and Superman in the story behind the hugely successful record that defined the sound of rock music in the early 80s.
  • "I had a total idea about what Dr. Feelgood was and what it should be, I was absolutely obsessed"
    Sadly, we lost the iconic Wilko Johnson in November. When Dr. Feelgood’s debut album Down By The Jetty turned 40 in 2015, the then surviving feelgoods -Wilko, Sparko, The Big Figure and manager Chris ‘Whitey’ Fenwick – looked back at the making of their classic record.
  • DANGROUS TIMES
    With the release of the 45th Anniversary Deluxe Edition of Thin Lizzy’s Live And Dangerous, Brian Robertson and Scott Gorham look back at the troublesome birth of a classic live album.
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  • 23 THINGS WE’RE LOOKING FORWARD TO IN 2023
    Whether it’s gig, tours, festivals, spanking new albums, box-set reissues, DVDs, books or more issues of Classic Rock, there’s plenty of rockin’ good stuff coming along over the next 12 months.
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  • Spell
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  • Jared James Nichols
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    With this band, the former Ghost Ghoul is now embracing the “optimism” of 80s pop-rock.
  • Ugly Kid Joe
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  • Ville Valo
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  • Christine McVie
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  • DANGROUS TIMES
    With the release of the 45th Anniversary Deluxe Edition of Thin Lizzy’s Live And Dangerous, Brian Robertson and Scott Gorham look back at the troublesome birth of a classic live album.
  • TAKK ONE : Action!
    Moving Pictures was the album that was never supposed to be. Rush’s Geddy Lee and Alex Lifeson recall angry mobs, out-of-control aeroplanes and Superman in the story behind the hugely successful record that defined the sound of rock music in the early 80s.
  • LOST IN MUSIC
    With a star-studded new album just out and a UK show set for July, Iggy Pop talks about still giving his all, no more stage diving, addictions, his fondness for the word ‘fuck’, his cockatoo, and finally taking a phone call from the Hall Of Fame.
  • "I had a total idea about what Dr. Feelgood was and what it should be, I was absolutely obsessed"
    Sadly, we lost the iconic Wilko Johnson in November. When Dr. Feelgood’s debut album Down By The Jetty turned 40 in 2015, the then surviving feelgoods -Wilko, Sparko, The Big Figure and manager Chris ‘Whitey’ Fenwick – looked back at the making of their classic record.
  • DOUBLE TROUBLE
    In the lead-up to the double-bill tour of The Darkness and Black Stone Cherry, frontmen Justin Hawkins and Chris Robertson compare notes on vocal prowess, backstage riders and the perils of doing David Lee Roth-style splits.
  • THE HOT LIST
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