Phil Collins Clams Music Magazines' Lacking Diversity
British rocker PHIL COLLINS has shunned reading the majority of music magazines on today's market, because he finds they lack diversity.
The TWO HEARTS singer believes the market has become far too fragmented over the years, so he's sticking to his subscription for MOJO magazine.
He says, "Any magazine that can have MILES DAVIS, the BEATLES, JIMI HENDRIX and ARETHA FRANKLIN in the same issue is a true music magazine.
"I even write to them now and again congratulating them on the diversity. That's what radio used to be - (FRANK) ZAPPA, MILES (DAVIS), the ZOMBIES, (JIMI) HENDRIX - a complete cross-section."24/08/2004 21:10