This month’s contributors
Raised in an anarchosyndicalist commune, Alex is seen here playing a cover of Napalm Death’s Multinational
Corporations with late-80s hardcore punks Millions Of Thatcher’s Victims. He later abandoned a potentially illustrious drumming career to become a writer. This issue he spoke to Blondie’s Chris Stein (p66) and wrote the Bob Mould Buyer’s Guide (p92).
Henry is a busy man who has written for NME, Guitarist, Total Guitar, Metal Hammer, Rhythm, Country Music, Shortlist and the Telegraph, and wrote Walter Trout’s official biography, Rescued From Reality. This month he interviews Brian May about the rocky road to the release of the new Queen film (p44). For more visit www.yates creativecopywriting.com
Paul Elliott first wrote about Journey in 1986 with a fivestar review of the classic Raised On Radio album in Sounds. Thirty-two years later, he finally interviewed Steve Perry, the band’s former singer, for this month’s issue of Classic Rock (p52). “It was emotional,” Paul said. His wife added: “I always knew there were three of us in this relationship.”