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Classic Rock Issue 291
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Published 20th July


In issue 291’s cover feature celebrating 50 years of Judas Priest, we talk to all current members about life in, and out of, one of the greatest metal bands of them all.


Other features include…

The Who Sell Out is one of the best albums the band ever made. Pete Townshend and Roger Daltrey spill the beans.

Stone Temple Pilots’ Dean DeLeo and Eric Kretz talk about about the triumphs and agonies behind Tiny Music, arguably the band’s greatest album.

Elton John: the audience-flooring show in LA in 1970 that was a major turning point in his career.

With Traffic Jim Capaldi made some wonderful and classic music of the 60s and 70s, and his solo records reflected his talents as a songwriter as well as a musician.

When Earl Slick was plucked from obscurity at 22 to be Bowie’s sideman guitarist, his life was never going to be quite the same again. Nor was his lifestyle.

The Icicle Works founder Ian McNabb, now solo, is ready to conclude his latest trilogy.

The Cold Stares: how the downs in Chris Tapp’s life fuelled the incendiary blues of his band.

Styx: with their latest album they continue to enjoy their latest creative and popular high.

Also: Motörhead, Perry Farrell, Don McLean, Imelda May, the return of live music and more. Not forgetting the biggest rock reviews section on the planet.

Life can be simple sometimes: if you like classic rock, then get Classic Rock.

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