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Issue 30 of The Blues out today!

45 years on, the story of The Allman Brothers Band's iconic At Fillmore East, and the rebirth of southern rock...

Allman Brothers biographer Alan Paul takes us behind the making of the southern rock icons' At Fillmore East, the album that saved the band from commercial oblivion and served as the ultimate epitaph for guitarist Duane Allman. We also explore the ABB legacy with a look at the new rise of southern rock featuring interviews with Zakk Wylde, Black Stone Cherry, Blackberry Smoke and others. They said the south would rise again...

Also in this issue, we go behind the scenes of Johnny Winter's final tour, reveal how to buy the best and avoid the worst of T-Bone Walker's back catalogue, and catch The Rolling Stones on the brink of infamy in 1965.

Plus! Allthe blues news and comment you need, as Jeff Beck announces a new album and book, we bid a tearful bon voyage to Merle Haggard and David Egan and catch up with Albert Castiglia, Curtis Salgado, Matt Andersen, Robin McKelle and Toronzo Cannon. Plus new faces The Ponces, Larkin Poe and Broken Witt Rebels and words of wisdom from our expert columnists.

Former Black Crowe Rich Robinson digs through his record collection to reveal the songs that made him a bluesman and we have interviews with Brit star Kyla Brox, US rockers Clutch, Almighty and Thin Lizzy man Ricky Warwick and profile doomed cult blues punk band The Gun Club while William Stout paints a portrait of skiffle king Lonnie Donegan, the man who kick- started UK rock’n’roll.

Plus! Way Down South, your exclusive 12-track CD featuring the cream of southern-flavoured rock with new tracks from Black Stone Cherry, Warren Haynes and Gov't Mule, Blackberry Smoke, No Sinner, Royal Southern Brotherhood, Devon Allman, Buck & Evans, Supersuckers and more...

Issue 30 of The Blues can be purchased online. To take out a subscription to The Blues, visit TeamRock.

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