Rock & Folk

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Rock & Folk
Logo Rock'n'Folk.gif
Editor-in-Chief Philippe Manœuvre
Categories Music magazine
Frequency Monthly
Publisher Patrick Casanovas
First issue 1966
Company Editions Larivière
Country  France
Based in Paris
Language French
Website www.rocknfolk.com
ISSN 0750-7852

Rock & Folk is a prominent French popular music magazine founded in 1966, and published in the Paris suburb of Clichy. Its current editor in chief in Philippe Manœuvre. Though the magazine's title includes the word "folk," it is in fact oriented strongly toward rock and roll, especially championing groups like the Rolling Stones and the Stooges. After a lag during the 1980s, the magazine overhauled itself in the 1990s, broadening its scope to cover newer electronic music as well as hip hop.

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