NME Magazine 6 May 1978 Rock Against Racism Anti-Nazi League Bob Marley Bo Diddley Tom Verlaine
NME Magazine 6 May 1978
This Issue Features: Adrian Boot report from the one love peace concert in Jamaica ft Bo Diddley Bob Marley convert line. The Beach Boys weird out again, Sandy Denny, Bo Diddley interview, Tom Verlaine interview. Rock against racism anti-nazi League main feature
Full Page Adverts: Ian Dury tour, AC DC Powerage tour, Steve Hackett, Wilko Johnson Solid Senders, the Motors double page advert, Althea and Donna, the Buzzcocks with Penetration tour advert, Jim Rafferty, Sham 69 Angels with Dirty Faces, Slaughter and the Dogs, Cherry Vanilla.
Gig Reviews: Include Blue Oyster cult in Newcastle, the Adverts Nico and Killjoys at the Music Machine, Meat Loaf, The Smirks, Rick Kids Lyceum, Radio Birdman at the Hope and Anchor.
Record Reviews: David Johansen, Japan, Elvis Presley 56 sessions, Link Wray, Jerry Garcia, Johnny Kidd and the Pirates, Farewell to the Roxy, The Seeds.
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New Musical Express magazine (later shortened to NME) was first published in 1952 and ran for 66 years. NME magazine covered most musical genre's from 1950s Jazz to Rocknroll, 1960's Beat and Folk,1970's glam, progressive rock, heavy rock, punk, new wave, acid house, grunge, britpop etc eventually ceasing publication in March 2018 when it moved to an online subscription only. Vintage back issues of NME make great gifts or as music collectibles they make an interesting archive of music history.
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