Music Magazine Subscriptions
Guitar Player magazine is a valuable resource for guitarists seeking to become better players. Originally published in 1967, the publication contains in-depth artist profiles, extensive lessons, and reviews of electric and acoustic guitar gear.
Drum! magazine is the leading publication for young drummers and percussionists. Each new issue is filled with product reviews, lessons, colorful photos, and interviews.
Keyboard is a highly regarded magazine for keyboard players of all styles and skill sets. Each issue of Keyboard magazine includes interviews with keyboard artists, equipment reviews, beautiful photos, and music lessons.
We also sell subscriptions to several other music magazines such as Jazz Journal International, Pure Country, and Opera News. Musicians and singers alike can easily find a magazine that will educate, inspire, and entertain them.
Whether you are a professional musician or someone interested in learning more about a particular instrument or genre, you will glean useful advice in each new issue of our music magazines. Peruse our website for the latest deals and discounts on music magazines. You’re sure to find one that is perfect for you!
Beautiful Bridal magazine from Italy. Sposabella is full of hundreds of pages of gorgeous wedding dresses, bridal gowns from runway collections, dresses for brides maids, accessories, jewelry, marriage bands, wedding gift ideas, flower arrangements and much more.
Gap Press London/Tokyo comprehensive coverage of catwalks and fashion shows of Tokyo / Spain by designers. Crisp and brief rundown on all important designer collections and lines accompanied by gorgeous professional quality double spread photographs emphasize the trendiest looks of ...
NOVADog Magazine is the only regional publication dedicated to dog-lovers in Metro DC. Each issue celebrates the canine-human bond with articles on a range of topics such as destinations, hikes, eco-dog, expert advice, adoption stories and much, much more.
Traction caters for those interested in the fascinating development of classic diesel and electric traction on the railways of mainland Britain, Ireland, continental Europe and the parts of the world where British built locomotives have operated.