Ultimate Classic Rock Staff
Record Store Day Buying Guide: June 12 and July 17 Releases
Record Store Day shoppers will have not just one but two opportunities to snag this year's releases.
Forgotten First Albums: Rock’s 61 Most Overshadowed Debuts
From David Bowie's overlooked debut to Dave Grohl's pre-Nirvana record with Scream.
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.
Kiss: Last Great, Last Good, First Bad Album Roundtable
Five writers debate the highs and lows of the band's roller coaster-like discography.
Sammy Hagar and the Circle Announce Summer 2021 Shows
"We're excited to bring back live music while keeping Redheads' safety in mind," band wrote in statement about five Florida concerts.
UCR’s State of the Union: 2021 Plans for Rock’s 50 Biggest Bands
After surviving 2020, what do rock's biggest acts have in store for 2021?
Pink Floyd: Last Great, Last Good, First Bad Album Roundtable
Our writers survey the highs and lows of the band's catalog.
Gibson Selling Artificially Aged Guitars for Thousands of Dollars
Instruments in Murphy Lab Collection range in price from $4,229 to $10,499.
Procol Harum Bassist Alan Cartwright Dies at 75
Musician played in progressive rock band from 1971 to 1976.
Dee Snider Covers ‘Love Hurts’ in Broadway Show Teaser
Twisted Sister singer belts famous ballad in video preview of 'Rock Me Amadeus.'
40 Years Ago: Charles Rocket Fired After Dropping F-Bomb on ‘SNL’
Cast member muttered expletive during slow-closing 'Dallas' parody — and was fired after one more episode.
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.'