Compilation of the electronic pioneer’s work, 2000-2016.
The legendary guitar hero talks exclusively to Classic Rock about bringing back the blues, old friendships and emotional pain
Legendary producer Glyn Johns remembers six of his most memorable productions, from the Rolling Stones to Led Zeppelin to The Who
“BB King? Genius-level playing” – comedy icon and born-again blues singer Lenny Henry rifles through his record collection for us.
Comedian, actor, political activist, knight of the realm… bluesman?! Sir Len has gone and made a politically-charged blues album. And the best thing? It sounds nothing like Hugh Laurie.
The Coral are just a bunch of chart-bothering, jaunty-tuned Britpoppers, aren’t they? Yet the Liverpool band are committed to prog punk and inspired by classic Hawkwind.
From their modest Birmingham beginnings to becoming the biggest band in the world, ELO’s ascent was unstoppable and incredible. Jeff Lynne recalls working with Roy Wood in The Move, hanging ou
Following a rapturously received comeback show and a smash hit new album, Jeff Lynne has returned ELO to the top of the prog pop pantheon. Music’s most modest frontman reveals all about this m
Colin Blunstone and Rod Argent have made quite an impression on the music world. With The Zombies’ latest album having dropped at the end of last year, the pair look back over their journey.