Ultimate Classic Rock Staff
Tom Scholz Says Boston’s Emergence ‘Really Pissed People Off’
“I was like this enigma that came out of no place," mastermind says, reflecting on band's early days.
Motley Crue Sell Entire Recorded Catalog for Estimated $150 Million
Deal spans band's discography from 40-year career, including studio LPs, live material and compilations.
Moody Blues Drummer Graeme Edge Dies at 80
"He was the White Eagle of the North with his beautiful poetry, his friendship, his love of life and his 'unique' style of drumming," writes John Lodge.
Drew Barrymore Welcomes Go-Go’s Into Rock and Roll Hall of Fame
Actress counts the band's first album 'Beauty and the Beat' as a seminal moment in her feminist journey.
Whitesnake Video Star Tawny Kitaen’s Cause of Death Revealed
Actress and model also famously worked with Ratt.
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.”
Concerts Are Coming Back: Opening Night Plans for Rock’s Big Acts
As the world begins to slowly reopen, artists are making plans to return to the stage.
Actress, Whitesnake Video Star Tawny Kitaen Dead at 59
The actress appeared on the covers of two Ratt albums and starred in multiple music videos for Whitesnake.
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.
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.
Iron Maiden: Last Great, Last Good, First Bad Album Roundtable
Our writers dissect the highs and lows of the band's catalog - and everything in between.