Shindig! Magazine

Shindig! began in 1992 as a photocopied garage-punk fanzine called Gravedigger. A couple of years on editor Jon ‘Mojo’ Mills and PJ Crittenden reinvented the title as Shindig! as a tip of the hat to the ABC TV show that took The British Invasion to America and paved the way for folk-rock, garage music and everything that followed. Andy Morten joined the team in 1997 and has worked jointly with Jon ever since and grown the magazine into the multi tentacled beast that it is today. After a long, and eventually destructive, relationship with Volcano Publishing – that took the magazine to the high streets of the world – Shindig! entered 2016, the other side of its celebrated 50th issue, bigger and better, thanks to fabulous new publisher Silverback. The magazine can be found on the high street via WH Smiths, in all manner of independent record stores, at airports and train stations and in key outlets across the USA and the rest of world, including Barnes & Noble. Source

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Scope Consumer
Language English
Country United Kingdom
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