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 Toto’s David Paich Returned to Making Music
He also shares stories about working with Steely Dan, Paul McCartney, Michael McDonald and more.
Kenny Loggins Wonders Where Yacht Rock Came From
"We weren't trying to invent a new style of pop music," he tells UCR.
How Journey’s Arnel Pineda Fixed His Vocal Woes
Singer is now "soaring every night" says drummer Deen Castronovo.
Go-Go’s Encounter ‘Stranger Things’ During Retro Concert
Bill for 'Live From the Upside Down' will also feature Corey Hart and Soft Cell, along with Charli XCX.
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.
Stewart Copeland Picks the Sting Songs He Wishes He Played On
Drummer also discusses playing style and how the Police brought two favorite deep cuts to life.
How Mutt Lange Helped Huey Lewis Land His First Hit Single
The producer behind Def Leppard, AC/DC and Foreigner offered Lewis a big assist.
Mr. Big Knew ‘To Be With You’ Success Would Never Happen Again
"None of you are Janet Jackson. You’re screwed," the band's manager said once they broke big.
Ted Nugent: Unreleased Damn Yankees Album Had ‘Great Moments’
Guitarist tells UCR that someday "we'll be all dead" and someone will "resurrect" the tapes and produce them properly.
Historical Tape of the Police’s First U.S. Show to Be Released
"I've heard it, and it's very raw," guitarist Andy Summers says. "We're just pounding away."
How Gina Schock of the Go-Go’s Got Hooked on Rock ‘n’ Roll
Long before she hit the road with her band, the drummer was seeing Led Zeppelin, the Who, Black Sabbath and others in concert.
Why Bruce Springsteen Performed Drunk in Milwaukee in 1975
Steven Van Zandt says incident happened after a bomb scare.