Corey Irwin is a writer and editor for Ultimate Classic Rock. He’s spent more than 15 years working in radio, including stints in Los Angeles and San Francisco. In addition to UCR, he has written for Diffuser, Ultimate Prince and Music Connection Magazine
Classic Rock Fans Pay More for Concert Tickets Than Anyone Else
So THAT'S why we never have any money.
What Soundgarden’s Members Have Done Since Chris Cornell’s Death
Bandmates have remained busy over the years, while also eyeing a possible final album.
Listen to Journey’s New Song ‘Let It Rain’
Band displays a bluesy swagger on the third song released from 'Freedom.'
Report: Taylor Hawkins Was ‘Exhausted’ by Foo Fighters’ Schedule
Drummer reportedly told close friends he "couldn’t f---ing do it anymore."
David Crosby Says He’s Done With Touring: ‘I’m Too Old to Do It’
Singer-songwriter says he doesn't "have the strength" for life on the road.
Stevie Nicks Returns to Live Performing at New Orleans Jazz Fest
It had been more than 2 years since her last show.
Bono and the Edge Perform in Ukrainian Bomb Shelter
They delivered a 40-minute acoustic set "as a show of solidarity with the Ukrainian people."
15 of Rock’s Most Famous Groupies
Whether you view them as muses, super-fans or simply wild floozies, rock history wouldn't be the same without these women.
35 Years Ago: Shelley Long’s Departure Shakes Up ‘Cheers’
May 7, 1987 marked the end of Sam and Diane.
Red Hot Chili Peppers Honor Taylor Hawkins During Festival Set
Band replaced Foo Fighters in the New Orleans Jazz & Heritage Festival lineup.