It’s a sad day for fans of impeccably played and styled updates of classic ‘50s and 60s rock’n’roll, as brilliant Welsh guitarist, singer and producer Dave Edmunds has apparently decided to retire
Just announced, Sturgill Simpson, who released one of our favourite new albums of last year, will join Guns N’ Roses on select US tour dates.
Check out this fantastic collaboration between Oz Rock icon Broderick Smith of the Dingoes and Carson and Melbourne's new psych stars King Gizzard & The Lizard Wizard!
You want CLASSIC rock? Not ‘Classic Rock’, but CLASSIC rock? CLASSIC hard rock, CLASSIC blues rock, CLASSIC glam rock. If that’s what you want, then you’d best buy BRITISH!
After the break-up of his band Mississippi in London, Beeb Birtles, looks back on how he got together with Glenn Shorrock to form the Little River Band.
Maiden fans, move some furniture and start saving those pennies as twelve brand new pressings of the band's albums from the period 1990-2015 are coming on vinyl.
With all the Monkees activity of late, and a new album and book on the way, we revisit Michael Nesmith’s great solo stuff
Men At Work's Colin Hay chats about the group's international ambitions for global success...and the initial rejection from the US, who were late to the party.
The Angels' John and Rick Brewster look back on the group's beginnings - working up a repertoire of Chuck Berry songs and hitting the road...
Sad news just in, the "father of rock n roll", Chuck Berry, who was one of the key foundation stones hat this thing called ‘rock’ is built upon, has died at the age of 90.
Dragon breathed musical fire across Australasia at their peak in the late 1970s. But before that, the band was playing in Sydney for payment in mince. Todd Hunter remembers the night the boys got themselves a record deal.