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Classic Rock May 2019

Every month Classic Rock is packed with exclusive interviews and behind-the-scenes features on rock’s biggest names, from Led Zeppelin to Deep Purple, from Guns N’ Roses to the Rolling Stones, from the Sex Pistols to AC/DC and beyond. Each issue plays host to the heftiest rock reviews section on the planet. In an average issue, you’ll find over 150 albums reviewed, all from the ever-varied, multi-faceted world of rock - whether it’s hard rock or heavy metal, prog or punk, goth rock or southern rock, we’ve got it covered.

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welcome

Outspoken. Larger than life. Aliens from another planet. Grown men in make-up (who probably should know better, but we’re glad they don’t). These are just a few things that have been levelled against Kiss over their nearly five-decade career. And although once upon a time there was talk of Gene, Paul and company licensing their make-up, outfits and stage show so ‘Kiss’ could go on touring forever, it seems now that that was just talk. So yes, although we thought the day would never come, Kiss are calling time on their career. But they’re doing it in their own over-the-top, larger-than-life, fire-breathing style (of course they are). The band announced their final End Of The Road world tour last year, and it reaches the UK this summer. To celebrate (commiserate? honour?)…

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this month’s contributors

NICK HASTED Nick Hasted enjoyed spending an afternoon in the cells with Yngwie Malmsteen for Classic Rock this month (p72). Nick has been a music and film journalist since 1986, and his latest books are Jack White: How He Built An Empire From The Blues and a thorough update of You Really Got Me: The Story Of The Kinks. JAAN UHELSZKI As the only journalist ever to have performed in full makeup with them, Jaan was the perfect candidate to hang out with Kiss for CR one last time as they hit the road on their final tour (p26). As one of the founding editors of Creem magazine, Jaan has been hard at work on Boy Howdy! The Story Of Creem Magazine documentary which debuted at SXSW last month. RICHARD BIE NSTOCK Richard Bienstock is…

3 Min.
pictures at two exhibitions

copyright future 2019 FOR MORE NEWS: WWW.CLASSICROCKMAGAZINE.COM Two brand new exhibitions visit London this month. In And Out Of Warhol’s Orbit, a collection of images by the late photojournalist Nat Finkelstein, takes us back to the 1960s and inside Andy Warhol’s studio the Silver Factory. Finkelstein, who died in 2009 aged 76, spent three years as the facility’s in-house photographer, capturing the many artists, producers, musicians, creatives and wannabes who frequented Warhol’s HQ on the fifth floor at 231 East 47th Street in Midtown Manhattan at the height of its prominence. In And Out Of Warhol’s Orbit: Photographs By Nat Finkelstein brings together images of the Velvet Underground, Nico, Bob Dylan, Rolling Stone Brian Jones, actress and fashion model Edie Sedgwick and fashion designer Betsey Johnson. Remembered for a documentary style of photography,…

1 Min.
rip

Stephan Ellis Died February 28, 2019 Steve Ellis joined Survivor in 1981 after Jim Peterik and Frankie Sullivan spotted him playing bass in a band in Los Angeles. It was the first of three spells with the iconic US melodic rockers. Frankie Sullivan called his former bandmate, who passed away at 69: “Well-coifed, always ready and [a man who] lived his own life in his own way and on his own terms.” Paul Williams Died March 1, 2019 Paul Williams (born Paul William Yarlett) began climbing the ladder in Zoot Money’s Big Roll Band before joining John Mayall’s Bluesbreakers, Juicy Lucy, Tempest, and Allan Holdsworth in IOU. In more recent years he had worked in collaboration with David Hentschel. Williams fell ill and failed to recover. He was 78. Doug Sandom February 26, 1930 – February 27,…

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keith flint

KEITH FLINT, THE MAN who brought rock’n’roll to the hard-edged electronic music giants the Prodigy, took his own life as this issue of Classic Rock went to press. He was 49 years old. The Prodigy were scheduled to begin a new tour in early April but following concerns for Flint’s welfare, police were called to the singer’s home in Essex, where his body was found. The band’s Liam Howlett confirmed the news on Instagram stating: “I can’t believe I’m saying this but our brother Keith took his own life over the weekend. I’m shellshocked, fuckin’ angry, confused and heartbroken. RIP, brother.” The Prodigy formed in 1990, with Flint, famous for his fluorescent spiked hair, originally brought in as a dancer. But in 1996 he took over on the mic for the band’s…

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peter tork

THE ELDEST MEMBER of 60s made-for-TV pop group The Monkees has died of adenoid cystic carcinoma, a rare form of head and neck cancer first diagnosed a decade ago. He was 77 years old. Micky Dolenz tweeted: “There are no words right now… heartbroken over the loss of my Monkee brother.” Beach Boy Brian Wilson added: “I’m sad to hear about Peter’s passing. I thought The Monkees were great and he will be missed.” Of Norwegian descent and born Peter Halsten Thorkelson in Washington DC, Tork moved to New York in the early 60s. He auditioned for The Monkees TV show in late ’65 and became the final musician to join the cast after his friend Stephen Stills recommended him to its producers. His role was that of a loveable dimwit. The band…