classic rock

Is the Classic Rock sound making a comeback?

Lancastrian Rockers Massive Wagons charge the charts with new release 'Full Nelson'...

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One More for the Road:The New Roses

Life ain't easy when you're cheesy. Happily, The New Roses (mostly) aren't. ...

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And Time, and Fashion, and Fads: Defying Gravity (Mr. Big)

Age will not wither them, nor gravity hold them down. No frills hard rock from Mr. Big...

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Lost in the Ghost Light (Tim Bowness)

A grand statement about a grand era; Tim Bowness revisits rock's most ambitious escapades...

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Peacocks Wandered Aimlessly: Pagan Science (The Well)

Cosmic folk to occult choir - bringing the rock ain't always easy, but where there's The Well, there's a way...

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Shark Cars and Metal Guitars (Interview)

Steve 'Snips' Parsons interviews Chris Spedding...

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Loitered Lens: Massive Wagons

Massive Wagons leave their London fans feeling dirty and used. In a good way. Photos...

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Deep they Delved, Richly they Riff: Prelude (Wytch Hazel)

Mining a less-exploited seam of 70s rock than the usual, Wytch Hazel evoke Wishbone Ash and Jethro Tull with their Prelude LP...

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Camden Rocks 2016 – Lineup Update (Escape the Fate)

Camden Rocks 2016 announces the first of its lineup additions...

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Bang. Zoom. Crazy… Hello (Cheap Trick)

Classic infectious rock from Cheap Trick - the band Japanese metallers know as The American Beatles...

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Blues, But Well Beyond Niche. (Rebecca Downes)

Walking the line between classic and contemporary, Believe by Rebecca Downes brings a fresh voice to the blues mileu. Review...

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Solid musicianship rather wasted: Resurrection Kings

Resurrection Kings' Chas West has a great old-school hard rock voice of the sort you don't hear enough of, and sounds as though he'd excel... given stronger material...

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Loitered Lens: Rhino’s Revenge

Photo's of Rhino's Revenge in October 2015 at The Brooklyn Bowl, London...

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Not the Final Countdown for Europe – DVD and Tour (Europe)

EUROPE’s momentous live appearance at Wacken 2015 filmed, recorded and released as a DVD & BluRay...

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Hitting the Key, or Falling Flat? (Operation: Mindcrime)

Geoff Tate's voice, once a magnificent lead instrument, is a shadow of what it once was. ...

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Legends of music congregate for the faithful (Ramblin’ Man Fair 2015)

It was a weekend to wear your denim (double or triple) and not to care too deeply about musical fashions, time, or even bad behaviour. ...

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Loitered Lens: Ramblin’ Man Fair

Photos from Ramblin' Man Fair. Saturday 25th & Sunday 26th July 2015, Maidstone, Kent...

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Looking good and rocking hard [LTNT]

Diverse personalities they may be, but musically they have honed what they do to a level of classical precision....

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Rich Robinson [Black Crowes] : Interview

'it’s the imperfection that makes you stand out. Neil Young can sing like Bruno Mars but no one can sing like Neil Young, and a million people can sing like Bruno Mars.' ...

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Jon Stevens & Richard Fortus [Dead Daisies]

Interview with INXS and GNR Alumni Jon Stevens and Richard Fortus on their REAL band The Dead Daisies...

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Black Label Society – Colston Hall

A few years ago (2007) Black Label Society, headed up by guitarist and singer Zakk Wylde, booked a March date at London’s Brixton Academy, well in advance following only a handful of appearances on...

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Rival Sons – Rival Sons EP

Vocalist Jay Buchanan belts out his lyrics with the melody of Robert Plant, the tone of Steven Tyler and the swagger of David Coverdale. Fuzzed up bluesy rock riffs provide meaty instrumental hooks...

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