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Review: The Ted Turner website

Ted Turner is one of the iconic figures of melodic rock. If the name is not familiar to you, think of Wishbone Ash. If you don't recognise that name either, you need a reality check.

Review: Seventies Rock Music on YouTube

The 1970s were fantastic times for melodic rock, progressive, heavy metal and singer-songwriters. And you don't need a time machine to live the dream.

Glasgow rockers Gun are back

Glasgow - In 1989, Gun hit the UK music scene with 'Taking On The World', but although they enjoyed some follow up success, they faded into obscurity.

Op-Ed: Phil Lynott plays the O2

London - Twenty-six years after his premature death, the Boy is back in Town for a two and a half month stint at the O2 in London's Docklands.

Review: UFO — Rocking into their fifth decade

Old rockers never die, they only fade away, and some don't even do that. UFO have been going since the 1960s, and are now slap bang in the middle of yet another tour.

Op-Ed: Phil Lynott — 26 years gone, not forgotten

Dublin - Phillip Parris Lynott died 26 years ago today, but he still casts a giant shadow over contemporary rock, and his spirit lives on.

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Martin Turner  founder member of Wishbone Ash looks toward the future.
Martin Turner, founder member of Wishbone Ash looks toward the future.
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