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.
How Crosby, Stills and Nash Became Crosby, Stills, Nash and Young
Shortly after releasing their debut album, Crosby, Stills & Nash brought Neil Young on board.
The Night Eric Carr Played His First Show With Kiss
Co-founding drummer Peter Criss had appeared on just one track for 1979's 'Dynasty,' and wasn't featured at all on the follow-up.
The Day Brian Jones Was Laid to Rest
He’d exhibited somewhat erratic behavior in prior months, but no one expected that he’d leave so soon.
When the Rolling Stones Played for 500,000 Fans at Hyde Park
A free concert was conceived as the beginning of the Rolling Stones' big return to the live stage. It became much, much more.
The Day the Jimi Hendrix Experience Broke Up
Bassist's departure ended the all-too brief reign of one of rock's greatest trios.
How Glenn Frey’s Second Solo LP Inspired a ‘Miami Vice’ Episode
'The Allnighter' became Glenn Frey's best-ever charting solo project, even as it led to his acting debut.
When Led Zeppelin Met Elvis Presley
Los Angeles Forum played host to some of their greatest shows, and that's also where the band came face to face with its greatest hero.
The Day Led Zeppelin Launched Swan Song Records
This wasn't the first rock 'n' roll band to be given a record label, but they were among the most successful.
30 Years Ago: Stevie Ray Vaughan Kicks Off His Final Tour
On May 4, 1989, legendary Texas blues guitarist Stevie Ray Vaughan kicked off the last tour of his short, celebrated career.
The Day Black Sabbath Fired Ozzy Osbourne
It was a stunning decision, one that hit the singer like a ton of bricks.
Revisiting Led Zeppelin’s Royal Albert Hall Show
They delivered one of the most celebrated gigs of their career.
How the Eagles Reunited for ‘Hell Freezes Over’
Time, as the old saying goes, can heal all wounds.