Matt Wardlaw is the new media editor at Ultimate Classic Rock. You'll also find Matt on the radio hosting UCR's weekend show on Saturdays and Sundays. He loves vinyl and believes that the compact disc is still a worthy format. Right now, he's probably reading some liner notes.
How Don Henley Reunited With Ex-Bandmate for Current Eagles Tour
Jim Ed Norman was also a member of the precursor group Shiloh, produced by Kenny Rogers.
The Story Behind George Thorogood’s Slow-Developing ‘Bad to the Bone’
David Geffen's surprise endorsement convinced him to finally put stand-out original on a record.
How Desmond Child Helped Aerosmith ‘Break out of Their Mold’
Songwriter and producer also tells UCR how the arrival of Nirvana was like a "nuclear bomb."
Beth Hart: ‘The Crunge’ Is the Most Difficult Led Zeppelin Song
"These guys were on some form of acid," says blues-rock singer.
Mike Campbell Will Play a ‘Handful of Heartbreakers Songs’ Live: Exclusive
"You Got Lucky" and "Southern Accents" are among the contenders for the upcoming Dirty Knobs tour.
When Danny Elfman Met the Wrath of Beavis and Butt-Head
Composer recalls unexpected skirmish with animated duo and shares 2022 plans in an exclusive interview.
Steve Vai: Eddie Van Halen’s Parts Were ‘Perfectly Orchestrated': Exclusive Interview
Guitarist's latest album 'Inviolate' arrives on Friday.
Sammy Hagar’s Rarest Songs: Playlist
Hear 13 of Red Rocker's hard-to-find B-sides, bonus tracks and soundtrack contributions.
Why Kevin Cronin Can’t Wait to Tour With Former ‘Rivals’ Styx
REO Speedwagon frontman also says he'd love to make another album with his band.
Watch John Lodge’s New Live Performance of ‘Ride My See-Saw’
Moody Blues classic is featured on bassist's new live album.
John Illsley Says Dire Straits’ 2018 Rock Hall Induction Was Odd
"It became sort of a political football. I didn’t really want to kick it around too much."
How David Crosby’s First Solo Album Saved His Life
Being in the studio with friends was the only place where he'd "not be so sad that I wanted to die."