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Exclusive: Macca, Bowie, Spandau charity single plan

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Paul McCartney has been approached to appear on a charity single to help preserve London’s cultural heritage, Classic Pop can exclusively reveal. McCartney is among a stellar list of names lined up for the single Don’t Go Changin’ Soho, which is part of the Save Soho appeal that already has the support of The Who, [...]

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Happy New Year!! We hope you saw in the new year in style and are now enjoying a lazy first day of 2015. As it is now January and the sales are in full swing, I thought I would email you to let you know about the unbeatable savings on our magazines this month. If you’re looking for [...]

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Duran’s memorable photo exhibition

Duran Duran are the subject of a new photo exhibition, Careless Memories, at Chelsea Gallery on London’s Kings Road from December 8-15. The exhibition coincides with photographer Dennis O’Regan’s book of the same name, which documents the band’s 1984 tour. Limited edition prints and the Careless Memories book will be on sale at the exhibition. [...]

EXCLUSIVE! New Alison Moyet live track

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Classic Pop has been given the exclusive premiere of ‘Horizon Flame’, the opening track from Alison Moyet‘s recent hit album ‘The Minutes‘ and also featured on her upcoming live album ‘Minutes And Seconds – live’ – due for release on 10th November on Cooking Vinyl.       Moyet’s recent album ‘The Minutes’ was heralded by [...]

Lost & Found: Soul Mining by The The

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When the musical history books are written, The The – Matt Johnson’s arthouse indie group – will largely be remembered for the album that introduced them to the masses, 1986 opus Infected. However, it’s that album’s predecessor, the band’s 1983 debut Soul Mining, that stands up to repeated listening. There’s a freshness and delicacy to [...]

The Return of Tom

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Classic Pop readers were out in force a couple of weeks ago for the return to the stage – after 27 years – of Thompson Twins’ Tom Bailey. In advance of his US tour, he played an intimate club date at Sub 89 in Reading for a crowd that included our 15 competition winners and [...]

Glamping with Podpads

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Classic Pop absorbed the full Rewind North experience by camping, or rather glamping, for two nights under the stars (or rather the clouds) of Cheshire. Our glamping facilities were provided by Podads with one of their circus-style teepees. But the best parts of their in-the-field accommodation were by far the simplest: a free phone charging [...]

Rewind Up North

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We’ve just returned from the last Rewind of the year and the first Rewind North, which took place at Capesthorne Hall in Cheshire the weekend before last. The highlights? Billy Ocean closed day one, but the real climax came just before with a short but suitably theatrical set from Marc Almond. Other highlights from the [...]

Diary date: Issue 13 out 18 September

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It’s ready. At last! Issue 13 of Classic Pop is out on the 17 September and we’ve reunited the full, famous five line-up of Spandau Ballet for the front cover, as they exclusively reveal their new musical plans. Holly Johnson talks candidly about life before, during and after Frankie Goes To Hollywood. We report back [...]

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