Ultimate Classic Rock Staff
Could This Be Paul McCartney’s New Album Cover?
Is this another clue that we're about to get a new Paul McCartney album?
Did Van Halen Bite Off Too Much With ‘OU812’? Our Writers Devour Five Questions
On the 30th anniversary of the band's second album with Sammy Hagar, our writers sit down for a roundtable discussion.
Top 5 Greatest American Bands: Readers’ Poll
Now that our writers have selected their favorite American bands, it's your turn to do the same.
Top 5 Greatest American Bands: Our Writers Tackle Three Big Questions
Little in the U.S. happens without titanic disputes. That goes for picking our greatest American bands, too.
Fleetwood Mac’s Tour Without Lindsey Buckingham: Our Writers Answer Six Questions
We asked our writers six questions about Fleetwood Mac's decision to tour without Lindsey Buckingham.
Meet This Year’s 12 Most Likely (But Probably Doomed) New Rock Hall Candidates
Our hearts sank when we looked at which acts will be newly eligible for the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame's Class of 2019.
Rock and Roll Hall of Fame Induction Ceremony 2018: Our Favorite Moments
There were reunions, some great performances, funny speeches and plenty of emotional on display from everybody.
Moody Blues Perform at Rock and Roll Hall of Fame Induction
The Moody Blues were enshrined some five decades after they helped give rise to progressive rock by adding symphonic elements to pop songs.
Meet the Beatstalkers, the Band David Bowie ‘Climbed Over’ for Fame
Before David Bowie became a world-renowned name, he had the talent and skill to do it – but the first rungs of the ladder to fame are crowded with equally talented and skilled people.
AC/DC’s Past, Present and Future: Our Writers Answer Five Big Questions
In April 1980, Brian Johnson joined and helped save AC/DC following the death of Bon Scott. In April 2018, the band's future is once again in doubt.
Is ‘Eliminator’ ZZ Top’s Best Album? Our Writers Answer Five Big Questions
Is 'Eliminator' ZZ Top's best album? If you had to cut one song which would it be? Our writers answer five big questions.
‘Van Halen III’ Roundtable: What Went Wrong? Our Writers Answer Five Burning Questions
After amazingly successful decade-long runs with both David Lee Roth and Sammy Hagar ended in acrimony, Van Halen recruited Extreme singer Gary Cherone for their 1998 album 'Van Halen III.'