Angie Moon is a classic rock historian based in England. She is the founder of the classic rock blog The Diversity of Classic Rock, which is all about the diverse people and sounds of classic rock. She started the blog in 2015 initially as a school project, but found that she loved researching and writing about classic rock so much that she kept writing about it since then and the blog has expanded beyond the original scope of talking about classic rock musicians of different walks of life. On Angie's blog you can find book reviews, interviews, and deep dives on all sorts of classic rock related topics. She has interviewed musicians like Tony Valentino (The Standells), Andy Crofts (The Moons, formerly in Paul Weller's backing band), Graham Parker, Mike Peters (The Alarm), Arthur Alexander (The Poppees, Sorrows), Rich Mattson, John Hanlon, Jim Basnight, Flare Voyant, Dea Matrona, The Fontaines DC, and many others. She graduated in 2018 with an MA in Journalism from the University of Limerick. While in university, not only did she write about music, she also hosted a classic rock radio show called Crazy on Classic Rock. Besides writing and classic rock, Angie loves travelling, photography, collecting vintage clothing, and spending time with her cat Bowie.