Classic Rock Issue 274

Classic Rock Issue 274
Includes Shipping
Classic Rock Issue 274
Includes Shipping
Classic Rock Issue 274
Includes Shipping
Classic Rock Issue 274
Includes Shipping
On-Sale 1st April

This issue’s cover stars are Rush. After the “soul crushing” slog of making the Hemispheres album, for their next the planets seemed to be aligned. Permanent Waves found the band at the top of their game and put them in a different league. This is the story of the making of a masterpiece.

Other features include:

Robby Krieger
In this month’s Classic Rock Interview, we meet the man who swapped the horn for guitar, joined The Doors and wrote enduring classics including Light My Fire.

The Hu
A life of Mongolian traditions and rigorous classical training, mingled with a love of hard rock and metal, has made them one of the most exciting new prospects in music.

Peter Green
Inside the all-star concert organised by Mick Fleetwood to celebrate the genius of guitar great Peter Green. 

Even as his time ran out, Freddie Mercury was the driving force behind the band’s 1991 album Innuendo and the voice from beyond the grave on 1995’s Made In Heaven.

Meet the Italian glam-rockers putting a reinvigorating modern spin on a style of music that was all about simply having fun.

Bernie Marsden
His cv reads like a budding rock muso’s dream. Not only has he lived alongside some rock greats, he’s also one of the best blues-rock guitarists of his generation.

Thirty years on from powering their way into Northern Ireland’s indie rock scene, Andy Cairns and co. have no intention of mellowing into middle age.

Brian Fallon
Find out what the former Gaslight Anthem frontman bought when we gave him £50 to spend on vinyl records.

All this plus our regular features, including Quireboys, Ozzy Osbourne, Broken Witt Rebels, Joe Satriani and more… Not forgetting the biggest and loudest rock reviews section on the planet.