In Classic Rock June 14 Issue 197:
- Black Stone Cherry: The story of how a band from a small farming town in Kentucky catapult from unknown to Wembley headliners in 7 years.
- Red Hot Chili Peppers: In 1989, reeling from the death of their guitarist, it was make or break for the Chilis. Luckily the album they were about to make would save their career and put funk rock back on the map.
- Funk Rock: From Prince to the Red Hot Chili Peppers, Mother’s Finest to Dan Reed, we bring you a celebration of the dirtiest and downright funkiest bands ever. Including…
- The Who: Long before they were The Who, Pete Townshend and Roger Daltrey were in The Detours. Their journey took in conceptual art, a lot of dope and a whole lot of blues.
- And more!