February 1970 CIRCUS Magazine Cover Story, One of the Most Uncanny We Had Ever Produced
Can you imagine anyone today in media, asking the question posed on the February 1970 Circus Magazine cover image?
One of the most uncanny cover stories we had produced asked a question which may sound strange today, but was very relevant then. It was a time of youth rebellion, and a time when 30 seemed old.
Tragically four of our cover subjects didn't make it through the 1970s, Jim Morrison, Janis Joplin, Jimi Hendrix, and Elvis Presley. Stay tuned. More about this issue, the mistakes, inconsistencies, in My Continuing Story of my History with Circus Magazine.
Janis Joplin is Dead of an Overdose
Nicknamed "Pearl," Janis Joplin died of an overdose at age 27, on October 4, 1970. Her fourth album, Pearl was released four months after her death. We remember Janis Joplin as one of America's most loved rock stars.
This edition of Circus Magazine, October 1970, went to press in early September of that year.
Whitesnakes's David Coverdale Opens Up on His Sink or Swim Moment
Motley Crue: Vince Neil, His Most Controversial Interview Ever.
Quiet Riot:Kevin Dubrow Sizes Up Metal's Health, and Fans. (Circus Magazine March 31, 1984 Edition)
About me: Gerald Rothberg is the founder, editor-publisher of CIRCUS Magazine, the legendary Rock Music publication. Est 1966
You may remember me from America's cutting- edge magazine that covered the rock music world for over four amazing decades. I was the founding publisher and editor of CIRCUS Magazine, here in New York City, where many fantastic music journalists, editors, photographers, and art directors got their start. The magazine reached millions of teenagers, and young adults in those days with the best rock music journalism, and rock photography ever produced.
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