Fireworks Magazine Online - Issue 48

Fireworks Magazine Online - Issue 48

Another packed 96 full colour glossy pages, boasting a three page interview with Chickenfoot vocalist Sammy Hagar, Fleetwood Mac legend Lindsey Buckingham, Candice Night, 3 Doors Down, Yes, Carl Palmer, Def Leppard, Queensryche and the shock rock king Alice Cooper.

And that's just the tip of the iceberg as there are 32 interviews in total, including features on three Firefest performers - Newman, Mitch Malloy and Serpentine! Add into the mix 20 pages worth of in depth reviews on all the latest album releases, reissues, DVDs, books and live concerts and you can't afford to miss out!

Read extracts from the magazine, as well as three FULL interviews here!


Fireworks Magazine Online 48 - ChickenfootFireworks Magazine Online 48 - ChickenfootCHICKENFOOT Sue Ashcroft interviews Sammy Hagar Over the last eleven years I’ve interviewed some big names, but for me, Sammy Hagar is right near the top of the list. Having been a fan of his work...Read More >>

Fergie Frederiksen
Fireworks Magazine Online 48 - Fergie FrederiksenFireworks Magazine Online 48 - Fergie FrederiksenFERGIE FREDERIKSEN It’s been a long, long journey for Michigan born Denis “Fergie” Frederiksen. Another of the old guard of AOR that defies the aging process to come back again and again with a...Read More >>

Lindsey Buckingham
Fireworks Magazine Online 48 - Lindsey BuckinghamFireworks Magazine Online 48 - Lindsey BuckinghamLINDSEY BUCKINGHAM It’s quite amazing when you consider that vocalist and guitarist Lindsey Buckingham has co-written the ninth biggest selling album of all time, in the form of Fleetwood Mac’s l...Read More >>

Fireworks Magazine Online 48 - NewmanFireworks Magazine Online 48 - NewmanNEWMAN Steve Newman returns with a new album ‘Under Southern Skies’ under his Newman banner, released on the ‘AOR Heaven’ label. The band, with new bassist Dave Bartlett, played various shows...Read More >>

Fireworks Magazine Online 48 - SyndicateFireworks Magazine Online 48 - SyndicateSYNDICATE An interview by Mike Newdeck Originally called The Next, Syndicate was signed to the Sony label in their native Australia. Aware of the huge potential of the band and the limited marke...Read More >>

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