Ultimate Classic Rock Staff
Pink Floyd: Last Great, Last Good, First Bad Album Roundtable
Our writers survey the highs and lows of the band's catalog.
Louis Clark, ELO Arranger and Conductor, Reportedly Dies at 73
Musician, who had been "ill for many months," worked on classic LPs like 'Eldorado,' 'Face the Music' and 'Out of the Blue.'
Rock Hall 2021 Nominees: Our Writers Answer Five Big Questions
It's probably the HOF's most diverse class ever, and we have some things to say about that.
Bruce Springsteen Charged With DWI at New Jersey Recreation Area
He's due in court in a few weeks.
Hall and Oates Confirm Rescheduled 2021 Tour Dates
Band was forced to postpone 2020 North American shows with Squeeze due to the COVID-19 pandemic.
Phil Spector, Music’s First Superstar Producer, Dies at 81
Producer, who popularized the "Wall of Sound" technique, died of natural causes.
The Best Rock Movie From Every Year: 1955-2020
A look at the greatest biopics, documentaries, concert films and movies with awesome soundtracks.
House Built for Jimi Hendrix Listed for Sale at $3.8 Million
Guitarist was reportedly planning to purchase Spanish-style home at the time of his death in 1970.
Mick Bolton, Mott the Hoople Keyboardist, Reportedly Dies
Musician also played with Dexys Midnight Runners and tutored Linda McCartney on piano.
Mountain’s Leslie West Dies at 75
Their debut LP 'Climbing!' featured the signature, cowbell-heavy single "Mississippi Queen."
108 Important Rock Albums That Turn 50 in 2021: Class of 1971
It was a year of monolithic rock albums and intimate singer-songwriter releases.
Van Morrison, Eric Clapton Release New Anti-Lockdown Song
"There are many of us who support Van and his endeavors to save live music; he is an inspiration," Clapton says.