The history of androgynous fashion from the 1800s with dandies and dress reform to the classic rock era: 60s dandies/peacocks, glam rock, new romantics, and goths.
Angie Moon's The Diversity of Classic Rock is now on TikTok, same great information, but in a new format. Follow her on @angiemoonclassicrock
Angie Moon reviews the Phil Lynott documentary, Songs For While I'm Away, directed by Emer Reynolds.
Angie Moon interviews Jorge Aguilera, the singer and guitarist of 70s psychedelic rock band Los Free Minds from León, Guanajuato, Mexico.
The second post in a two part series about live albums in classic rock. Angie Moon shares 10 more of her favourites.
Angie Moon reviews Bob Dylan: Outlaw Blues by journalist and BBC radio presenter Spencer Leigh
Angie Moon interviews Jim Basnight of The Moberlys and The Rockinghams. He talks about his life, music, influences, and his upcoming book on Sonny Boy Williamson II.
Angie Moon talks about the history of live albums and some of her favourite live albums of all time. Part one of a two part series on live albums.
Angie Moon reviews the new Classic Albums documentary about The Who's 1967 concept album, The Who Sell Out.
A special 4/20 edition of The Diversity of Classic Rock - A comprehensive list of songs about marijuana!