Corbin Reiff is a music writer based out of Seattle, Washington. He's written for publications all across the world including Rolling Stone, Guitar World, the Blues Magazine (U.K.) and the Seattle Weekly to name a few.
51 Years Ago: The Beatles Receive ‘Germ Bomb’ Death Threat
On June 26, 1964 a plane carrying the Beatles was the target of a "Germ Bomb" death threat.
Founding Genesis Member Anthony Phillips Speaks Out About New Reunion Documentary
Anthony Phillips is upset that the upcoming Genesis documentary has been billed as featuring the "original" line-up.
A History Of The Battles For Famous Band Name Rights
We look at some of the fights some bands have had for the rights to use their name when they break up.
The Foo Fighters Cover Rolling Stones, Van Halen + More at Firefly Festival
The Foo Fighters spent 20 minutes of their Firefly Festival set playing classic rock covers.
Alice Cooper In Search of Hollywood Vampires
Alice Cooper is looking to tell the story of his old "Hollywood Vampires" drinking club.
The Doors Join College Friend Michael C. Ford on New Album
Poet Michael C. Ford met Jim Morrison and Ray Manzarek at UCLA in the early 1960s.
The Beatles to Re-Release Japanese Albums
The Beatles are releasing a CD box set of the first five albums that they released in Japan.
Cause of Death Revealed for Gwar’s Dave Brockie
It has now been officially confirmed that the cause of Dave Brockie's death was an accidental overdose of the drug heroin.
The Story of the Rolling Stones’ Tumultuous Arrival in America
The Rolling Stones touched down in U.S. for the first time on June 1, 1964.
Bad Company to Reissue First Two Albums on Vinyl
Bad Company's first two albums will come out on vinyl in July.
Inside Story of Steve Perry’s Return to the Stage
Eels front man E has gone on the record to explain just how Steve Perry came to join them on stage.
The Day Chicago’s Peter Cetera Was Attacked by Marines
The attack ultimately impacted both Cetera's approach to singing and the general trajectory of Chicago.