Rock & Folk is a prominent French popular music magazine founded in 1966, and published in the Paris suburb of Clichy. Editor in chief were Philippe Koechlin, Philippe Paringaux, Eric Breton, Philippe Manœuvre and now Vincent Tannières. Though the magazine's title includes the word "folk," it is in fact oriented strongly toward rock and roll.

Rock & Folk
Editor-in-ChiefVincent Tannières
CategoriesMusic magazine
PublisherPatrick Casanovas
First issue1966
CompanyEditions Larivière
Based inParis

The magazine has also broadened its scope of rock and folk to include coverage of newer electronic music as well as hip hop.

The magazine is also well known for prepublishing Marcel Gotlib's infamously risqué comic strip Hamster Jovial between 1971 and 1974.[1]

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  1. ^ "Marcel Gotlib". Retrieved 1 January 2022.

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