Classic Rock talks to Jimi Hendrix's friends, admirers and other musicians about his life and importance
In 1971 Steve Marriott’s mad mod-rock brew blew up big style, taking the rest of Humble Pie with him – for better and for worse.
Booze, barbiturates, suicide and overdoses – the twisted story of America's first great boogie-rock band
Overdoses, divorce and too much drink, but with a health scare that nearly killed him and the In Step album to make, Stevie Ray Vaughan looked like he was finally getting back on track
In the heady days of 1971, German experimentalists Can pushed the musical envelope to the furthest fringes with their landmark album Tago Mago. Cue broken bones, acid-fried recording sessions, and terrified British actors
The mountains and the canyons start to tremble and shake as Zep's live album gets the remaster treatment…
Drugs. Fisticuffs. A signing policy that included Motörhead, The Damned and Elvis Costello. Stiff Records wasn’t just the first indie label, it was also the most anarchic...
Say hello to Grace Slick: Lover to Morrison. Friend of Joplin. Arrested more times than Lemmy. Took more drugs than Winehouse. Mouth like a trucker