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As rock superstars Def Leppard return with a brand-new album, ‘Diamond Star Halos’, vocalist Joe Elliott insists that the album format is still important – at least for Def Leppard!
Legendary vocalist Ann Wilson has denied rumours of a rift with her sister Nancy, while confirming that she’d like to make another record with their group Heart.
In a major interview discussing Kiss’s classic ‘Destroyer’ album Paul Stanley admits that he had a really hard time dealing with producer Bob Ezrin’s decision to give the Stanley-penned classic song ‘God Of Thunder’ to Gene Simmons to sing.
In an exclusive 10-page cover feature with Jon Hotten for issue 29 of Rock Candy Mag, Boston guitarist and songwriter Tom Scholz explains the making of the first ‘Boston’ album in forensic detail and reveals that its incredible success came with a heavy price.
In an exclusive 16-page cover feature for issue 28 of Rock Candy Mag legendary ZZ Top guitarist and vocalist Billy Gibbons reveals the most surprising of influences on the ‘Little ol’ band from Texas’ – Depeche Mode!
Styx feature on the cover of issue 27 of Rock Candy Mag in a 16-page extravaganza featuring interviews with all six members of the legendary Chicago band.
Issue 26 of Rock Candy Mag sees renowned Led Zeppelin expert Dave Lewis piecing together the most comprehensive forensic examination ever of the last two shows the original line-up played in the UK.
In a 14-page mega-interview in the latest issue of Rock Candy Magazine Heart guitarist and vocalist Nancy Wilson insists that she takes full responsibility for the band’s image during their hugely successful “MTV sex kitten” era.
In issue 23 of Rock Candy Magazine Yes guitarist Trevor Rabin reveals the unbelievable story of how the band’s 1983 tour in support of phenomenally successful comeback album ‘90125’.
Lynchpin Scorpions members Klaus Meine, Rudolf Schenker and Matthias Jabs, have all given extensive and exclusive interviews to Rock Candy Mag for a huge 16-page cover story feature on their classic album ‘Crazy World’