Q Magazine - Madonna cover (June 1991 - Issue 57)
Viz - 3 pages
Charlie Watts - 2 pages
Robert Fripp and Toyah Willcox - 3 pages
Ian Dury - When your debts have hit Third World proportions, and your doctor reckons you're the second most tired man he's ever seen... it's time for a rethink. Born again Blockhead Ian Dury tells Phil Sutcliffe all about it
Flying Lizards / Sham 69 - "Where are they now?"
MC Hammer - 4 pages
Jane's Addiction - 4 pages
Joe Jackson - 3 pages
Johnny Cash - He was in on the birth of rock'n'roll. He's country music's Greatest Living Legend. But Johnny Cash's life has seemed like one long fight to Walk The Line - and he didn't always win. He sums it up for Mark Cooper: "Man is part good, part bad. That's me"
Madonna - One afternoon last month, Madonna invited Q Magazine to her Los Angeles home. We accepted. "People always overreact to everything I do," she told Adrian Deevoy. "I'm a very sexual, very spiritual person. What's the problem?"
Elvis Costello - Album review
three quarter page
Paul Simon - Gig review: New York, Madison Square Garden, 16 March 1991