Dedicated Follower was a top selling fanzine in the 1980's. So much so that all original issues are now housed in the Victoria and Albert museum as a testament to the Mod culture of the day. It only 13 issues were ever released and these have become collectible changing hands for big money on Ebay and elsewhere. After a brief foray online D.F called it a day in 2004.
However to celebrate its 30th anniversary there will be a one off limited edition of 100 paper fanzines released on October 2014.


This 28-page bumper limited edition includes an exclusive interview with Ray Davies of the Kinks. Also a rare interview with Mod Icon Eleanor Rigby, plus a day in the life of this Mod queen at the height of her popularity. An insight into John Barry regarding his Bond composing done not long before he died. The Manfred Man Story; A strange case indeed. Mod D.J's Jacqui Carroll of Ready Steady Go and Wolfman of Teenage Kicks profiles and words of wisdom. The Ministry of Ska Story. The last ever interview with Northern Soul hipster Dennis D'ell (better use your head) who was also lead singer of the number one hit band 'The Honeycombs' (Have I the right). Also mod fashion and music, reviews and an interview with ex DC Fontana lead vocalist Louise Turner who recently had an highly rated album out through Mod record label Detour and much more.
The price is just 5 including P&P anywhere in the world.

You can pay direct by paypay below or if you prefer to pay by cheque or postal order email asking to pay this way for your copy of D.F.

Dedicated Follower Fanzine