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(2 Customer Reviews)   |     Write Review 6 issues per year Vintage Rock celebrates a time when music changed the world - 45s, youth culture and the odd thrusting pelvis. Spanning the dawn of the '50s and the seismic release of ‘Rock Around The Clock’ through to the early '60s and right up to the modern rockin' scene, Vintage Rock chronicles all the stellar artists and music, the enduring legacy of those early pioneers - and why it’s still the best way to live.

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Vintage Rock  |  Jan/Feb  


The new issue of Vintage Rock magazine is on sale now!

Available now from WH Smith, Tesco and independent newsagents, the latest issue includes our cover story on Ray Charles – a musical giant who played a huge part in the development of R&B, rock’n’roll and soul. Randy Fox pays tribute to this most remarkable of men with our feature devoted to one of the few figures who really lives up to the epithet “genius”.

We also mark the 60th anniversary of the historic Million Dollar Quartet recording session featuring Elvis, Jerry Lee Lewis, Carl Perkins and (possibly) Johnny Cash. A once-in-a-lifetime and never-to-be-repeated single day where the biggest stars of rock’n’roll gathered around the piano to sing their favourite songs. It’s also 40 years since another seminal moment in rock, The Band’s Last Waltz, and we celebrate that magical concert with a look back at one of its star players – rockabilly rebel Ronnie Hawkins.

Elsewhere, we pay tribute to teen idol Bobby Vee who passed away in October and celebrate the return of The Rolling Stones who are back with what many believe to be their most vital and spiky material in three decades on new covers album Blue & Lonesome. We take a look at the blues roots of the band as well as the original artists who have inspired this crackling new 12-song collection.

The Stones’ old sparring partners The Beatles owed a huge debt of gratitude to Liverpool’s Cavern – in another of our features, we delve into the club’s history and talk to Debbie Greenberg whose family once owned the illustrious venue.

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Vintage Rock celebrates a time when music changed the world - 45s, youth culture and the odd thrusting pelvis. Spanning the dawn of the '50s and the seismic release of ‘Rock Around The Clock’ through to the early '60s and right up to the modern rockin' scene, Vintage Rock chronicles all the stellar artists and music, the enduring legacy of those early pioneers - and why it’s still the best way to live. This special magazine rejoices in the music and verve of the greats like Elvis, Buddy Holly, Chuck Berry, Gene Vincent, Eddie Cochran Little Richard and a host more, and speaks to a contemporary audience that relishes the vitality and flair of the era.
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   Superb mag for real music fans Reviewed Wednesday, November 30, 2016
Thought the cover feature on The Beach Boys was really interesting. Went back to the roots of the band rather than just the usual features you see about Pet Sounds and Smile etc that are in other music mags. Brilliant magazine for real music lovers.
   Superb features on a wide range of artists Reviewed Wednesday, November 30, 2016
Love this mag!! Features lots of my favourite artists from the 50s and 60s as well as up-to-date acts, too. Covers lots of artists from rock'n'roll, rockabilly, vintage soul and R&B. A great read.
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Vintage Rock   |   Jan/Feb   


The new issue of Vintage Rock magazine is on sale now!

Available now from WH Smith, Tesco and independent newsagents, the latest issue includes our cover story on Ray Charles – a musical giant who played a huge part in the development of R&B, rock’n’roll and soul. Randy Fox pays tribute to this most remarkable of men with our feature devoted to one of the few figures who really lives up to the epithet “genius”.

We also mark the 60th anniversary of the historic Million Dollar Quartet recording session featuring Elvis, Jerry Lee Lewis, Carl Perkins and (possibly) Johnny Cash. A once-in-a-lifetime and never-to-be-repeated single day where the biggest stars of rock’n’roll gathered around the piano to sing their favourite songs. It’s also 40 years since another seminal moment in rock, The Band’s Last Waltz, and we celebrate that magical concert with a look back at one of its star players – rockabilly rebel Ronnie Hawkins.

Elsewhere, we pay tribute to teen idol Bobby Vee who passed away in October and celebrate the return of The Rolling Stones who are back with what many believe to be their most vital and spiky material in three decades on new covers album Blue & Lonesome. We take a look at the blues roots of the band as well as the original artists who have inspired this crackling new 12-song collection.

The Stones’ old sparring partners The Beatles owed a huge debt of gratitude to Liverpool’s Cavern – in another of our features, we delve into the club’s history and talk to Debbie Greenberg whose family once owned the illustrious venue.

Enjoy the issue!
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You'll receive 6 issues during a 1 year Vintage Rock magazine print subscription.
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