Corey Irwin is a writer and editor for Ultimate Classic Rock. He’s spent more than 15 years working in radio, including stints in Los Angeles and San Francisco. In addition to UCR, he has written for Diffuser, Ultimate Prince and Music Connection Magazine
Live Nation Will Allow Artists to Require Vaccination for Shows
“We know people are eager to return to live events and we hope these measures encourage even more people to get vaccinated,” the company explains.
Foo Fighters Rock Madison Square Garden: Set List, Photos, Videos
Band performed the first full-capacity concert at the famed venue since the coronavirus pandemic began.
Bob Seger Hints That He’s Done Touring Following Bandmate’s Death
"I don't think I could go out (on tour) without him," the singer admits.
Lloyd Price, Early Rock Pioneer, Dead at 88
Rock and Roll Hall of Famer's biggest hits included "Personality," "Stagger Lee" and "I'm Gonna Get Married."
The Night Damon Wayans Sabotaged an ‘SNL’ Sketch and Got Fired
Comedian's brief tenure on the show lasted only 12 episodes.
Michael Fonfara, Keyboardist for Lou Reed, Dead at 74
Musician also worked with Foreigner, the Everly Brothers and Canadian blues outfit Downchild.
James Bond ‘No Time to Die': New Trailer, Poster and Release Date
Movie is now set for a Nov. 20 release.
Black Sabbath Announce ‘Paranoid’ 50th-Anniversary Box Set
Collection includes original LP, memorabilia and two 1970 concert performances pressed on vinyl for the first time.
35 Years Ago: Tears for Fears ‘Shout’ Their Way to No. 1
Band crafted No. 1 single inspired by psychotherapy and Talking Heads.
Classic Rock Bands Selling Face Masks for Charity
The Doors, Rolling Stones, Queen and Black Sabbath are among the many bands selling face masks for COVID-19 relief.
Why John Lennon Hated the Beatles’ ‘Let It Be’
The rocker dismissed the song almost immediately.
Bernie Tormé, Former Ozzy Osbourne Guitarist, Dies
The Irish-born musician had recently been hospitalized with double pneumonia.