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.
Neal Schon Is Planning a Journey Tour With Carlos Santana
They're also firming up dates with Toto and in discussions about working with other former tourmates.
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.
The Story Behind George Thorogood’s Slow-Developing ‘Bad to the Bone’
David Geffen's surprise endorsement convinced him to finally put stand-out original on a record.
Why Mark Tremonti Recorded A Frank Sinatra Album For Charity
Former Creed guitarist's passion for the crooner goes way back.
New Rock Hall Exhibit Traces History of Beatles ‘Get Back’ Period
Immersive experience carries fans from early rehearsals to recording and eventually, to their swan-song concert.
Beth Hart: ‘The Crunge’ Is the Most Difficult Led Zeppelin Song
"These guys were on some form of acid," says blues-rock singer.
How Harry Shearer Found the Voice of ‘The Simpsons” Mr. Burns
"It's fun doing a character that's pure evil," the actor tells UCR.
Watch New Video Tribute to the Knack’s ‘My Sharona’
Original guitarist Berton Averre appears on recording.
When Danny Elfman Met the Wrath of Beavis and Butt-Head
Composer recalls unexpected skirmish with animated duo and shares 2022 plans in an exclusive interview.
Steve Vai: Eddie Van Halen’s Parts Were ‘Perfectly Orchestrated': Exclusive Interview
Guitarist's latest album 'Inviolate' arrives on Friday.
Why Metallica’s Music Still Inspires Devil Horns 40 Years Later
Fans talk about why the band's "brutal beat" still matters in exclusive book excerpt.
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."