Ultimate Classic Rock Staff
Louis Clark, ELO Arranger and Conductor, Reportedly Dies at 73
Musician, who had been "ill for many months," worked on classic LPs like 'Eldorado,' 'Face the Music' and 'Out of the Blue.'
Hall and Oates Confirm Rescheduled 2021 Tour Dates
Band was forced to postpone 2020 North American shows with Squeeze due to the COVID-19 pandemic.
Phil Spector, Music’s First Superstar Producer, Dies at 81
Producer, who popularized the "Wall of Sound" technique, died of natural causes.
Phil Collins Sues Ex for Alleged ‘Armed Occupation’ of Miami Home
Genesis singer is seeking an injunction against Oriannne Cevey.
Why Don Henley Thinks Eagles’ ‘Desperado’ Vocal Wasn’t His Best
"That was not my best work, and I wish I had the chance to do it again," singer said in 2015.
Jon Bon Jovi Wears Mask and Salutes NYC Workers in ‘Do What You Can’ Video
Song appears on band's upcoming '2020' LP.
30 Years Ago: Motley Crue Flame Out as the Dr. Feelgood Tour Ends
Grueling trek was hugely profitable — but it also helped catalyze the exit of singer Vince Neil.
Sammy Hagar, David Crosby, Others React to George Floyd Protests
Vernon Reid, Flea, David Coverdale, Dee Snider, Benmont Tench, Neal Schon also responded online amid nationwide turmoil.
Journey Fire Ross Valory and Steve Smith
Neal Schon, Jonathan Cain and Arnel Pineda will continue with a new rhythm section.
The Cars Frontman Ric Ocasek Dies
The singer was found dead today in his New York City apartment.
Listen to Bruce Springsteen’s New Song ‘Hello Sunshine’
The Boss offers advance peek into his first new album in five years.
Which Songs Should Kiss Play on Their Farewell Tour? A Set List Roundtable
We asked five of our writers to create their own set lists for band's End of the Road tour.