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
How the Suicide of R. Budd Dwyer Inspired ‘Hey Man, Nice Shot’
Filter song reached No. 10 on the alternative chart, spurring their debut LP to platinum sales.
When Huey Lewis Recruited 49ers Stars as Backup Singers
Joe Montana, Dwight Clark and Ronnie Lott were among the NFL greats who lent their voices to two 1986 tracks.
Joe Satriani Recalls ‘Amazing’ Small Bar Gigs With Mick Jagger
"It was always great, just to see Mick turn it on when he’s literally 12 inches away from the audience."
John Mellencamp Admits He ‘Always Detested’ ‘Jack and Diane’
Singer is still shocked to see people connecting with the "little ditty."
45 Years Ago: Bill Murray Makes His Uncomfortable ‘SNL’ Debut
Things didn't start well, but he eventually turned it around.
30 Years Ago: Nirvana Perform on ‘SNL’ as ‘Nevermind’ Hits No. 1
Band supplanted Michael Jackson at the top of the chart, officially bringing grunge mainstream.
Elvis Costello Says He’ll No Longer Perform ‘Oliver’s Army’
He also suggests radio stations stop playing the track.
40 Years Ago: ‘The Catch’ Changes Football, and a City, Forever
Iconic play had a ripple effect across sports and society.
Bob Saget, Actor and Comedian Known for ‘Full House,’ Dead at 65
His further TV credits included 'America's Funniest Home Videos' and 'How I Met Your Mother.'
Bob Dylan Claims Sexual Abuse Lawsuit Is a ‘Brazen Shakedown’
Accuser is allegedly a "psychic" who "speaks to cats, dogs and other animals."
The AC/DC Song ‘Cobra Kai’’s Creator Dreams of Using
Classic track has been written into the script "several times," only to be removed.
The Future Is Now: 10 Movies Based in 2022
Featuring aliens, werewolves, murderous gangs and a mysterious new food called Soylent Green.