Ultimate Classic Rock Staff
Ratt vs. Ratt: Who Rocks ‘Round and Round’ the Best?
The legal battle over the name Ratt seems to be nearing an end.
Metallica Overcomes Mic Problems During Energetic Duet With Lady Gaga at the Grammys
James Hetfield had to overcome mic issues during Metallica's collaboration tonight with Lady Gaga at the Grammys.
David Bowie Goes Five for Five in the 2017 Grammys
Before this 59th annual Grammy ceremony, David Bowie had somehow only claimed a lone award.
Get That Special Valentine a Bouquet of Guns N’ Roses Flowers
Purchases will be paired with two tickets to see Guns N' Roses' summer tour across North America.
45-Minute Album Police: Def Leppard’s ‘Hysteria’
Don't get us wrong -- we love Def Leppard's Hysteria. We think it's their best album. But we also think it's too long.
‘Groundhog Day’ Roundtable: Which Day in Rock History Would You Like to Live Over and Over…
In honor of Groundhog Day, and inspired by the movie of the same name, we asked our writers which day in rock history they’d like to live over and over again.
Rockers React to Donald Trump’s New Immigration Restrictions
Reactions from rockers ran the gamut in the wake of an executive order barring citizens of seven Muslim-majority countries from entering the U.S.
Did Vince Neil’s ‘Celebrity Apprentice’ Fight With Boy George Almost Turn Violent?
Producers from 'The New Celebrity Apprentice' reportedly had to step in at the last moment.
Vince Neil Tells Boy George ‘You Can’t Put Your Sobriety on Everybody Else’ on ‘Celebrity …
Vince Neil exchanged harsh words with Boy George on the season premiere of 'Celebrity Apprentice.'
Rockers We Lost in 2017
A trio of legendary classic rock bands were decimated by losses this year, while a pair of early genius also died.
Vince Neil Clashes With Boy George in ‘Celebrity Apprentice’ Clip
Vince Neil and Boy George were trying to create an original song and video on the show, which premieres Jan. 2.
The Year in Music 2016: Our Writers Answer Five Big Questions
The year in music was filled with dizzying highs and staggering lows – sometimes, as with David Bowie or AC/DC, all within one artist's storyline.