Claudia Elliott

Claudia Elliott

I'm a music journalist.

Claudia Elliott is a music writer and sub-editor based in London. She has freelanced for BBC Radio 2's Sounds of the 60s, Uncut, History of Rock, Classic Rock and The Blues magazine.

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BBC Radio 2 - Sounds of the 60s - A Brand New Beat: The Tamla-Motown Revue, 1965

BBC Radio 2 - Sounds of the 60s - A Brand New Beat...

Classic Rock Presents the Blues

GLEN MATLOCK interview

The former Sex Pistol and Rich Kid talks about the blues records that changed his life.

Womack article
Classic Rock Presents the Blues

Bobby Womack - The Preacher box set review

The drama and distinction of a true soul-stirrer

Classic Rock Presents the Blues

Get your kicks at Bluesfest

Lives editor of The Blues magazine (2012-2015)

thesohosociety.org.uk

In The Cool of the Evening

The early days (and nights) of Soho jazz clubs

Classic Rock Presents the Blues

WILKO JOHNSON – interview

In January 2013, Wilko Johnson was told he had 10 months to live. He refused treatment and instead took to the road. I visited the Dr Feelgood guitar hero at his home near Southend, where he spoke about how his terminal illness had made him feel more alive…

Classic Rock Presents the Blues

PRETTY THINGS – interview

Phil May and Dick Taylor on the 50th anniversary of their debut album, causing riots in the 60s and sending Peter Stringfellow deaf.

Original article
blues.teamrock.com

Stuart Cosgrove: Detroit '67 – The Year That Changed Soul ...

Stuart Cosgrove: Detroit '67 – The Year That Change...

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BBC

Brian Jones: The Rolling Stone who popularised Chicago R&B in ...

Brian Jones: The Rolling Stone who popularised Chic...

Classic Rock Presents the Blues

WAYNE KRAMER – live review

Wayne Kramer, guitarist and founder member of Detroit's MC5, one of the most exciting bands in rock'n'roll history, played a one-off gig in Camden Town in June 2013, backed by Danish surf trio The Good The Bad.

Original article
classicrock.teamrock.com

Ronnie Wood: How Can It Be? A Rock & Roll Diary - Classic Rock

Ronnie Wood: How Can It Be? A Rock & Roll Diary...

teamrock.com

The British Blues Explosion – The Start Of The '60s Mod Scene ...

The British Blues Explosion – The Start Of The '60s...

classicrock.teamrock.com

Dave Davies springs a brotherly surprise - Classic Rock

Dave Davies springs a brotherly surprise - Clas...

Classic Rock Presents the Blues

GERED MANKOWITZ – interview

Gered Mankowitz was only 18 when he became official photographer to the Rolling Stones on their US tour of 1965. Now celebrating 50 years of Rock and Roll with a book of the same name, here he shares some of his stories.