Ultimate Classic Rock Staff
Top 40 New Wave Albums
From the B-52's to XTC, Blondie to Talking Heads, we count down the genre's best LPs.
Mick Jagger Answers Those Who Say the Rolling Stones Should Quit
“After doing the first couple of shows, I feel really good about it,” singer says of playing live after drummer's death.
Stevie Nicks Discusses Lindsey Buckingham’s Fleetwood Mac Firing
Singer says guitarist's version of events relating to 2018 dismissal is "factually inaccurate" and “revisionist history.”
Why Van Halen Needed Two Nights to Get ‘Live Without a Net’ Right
"The first night [of filming] management told Eddie [Van Halen] he had to be completely sober because there was so much money on this shoot.”
Our 10 Favorite Dusty Hill Stories
From 'King of the Hill' to fake Zombies to "Tush" jams.
Cinderella’s Jeff LaBar Dies: Rockers React
Members of Scorpions, Queensryche, Stryper, L.A. Guns and Slaughter share condolences following guitarist's death at age 58.
Journey Announce Special Club Show and New Single Release Date
Band also reveals September concert at Las Vegas' iHeartRadio Music Festival.
John Waite on Bad English’s Breakup, Tensions With Jonathan Cain
"In the end, I just said 'f--- it,'" singer says in new interview, detailing band's breakup.
Ted Nugent on COVID-19 Fight: ‘I Didn’t Think I Was Gonna Make It’
'I've never been so scared in all my life,' a now-recovering Nugent stated.
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.