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
Robert Plant Recalls His ‘Most Difficult Piece of Music to Sing’
One of the songs Plant recorded alongside Alison Krauss was "a hell of a challenge."
Anthony Kiedis Selling ‘Truly Beautiful’ Hawaiian Home for $10M
Pros: Oceanfront views, ample natural light and an expansive chef’s kitchen. Cons: It was built on an ancient burial ground.
Foo Fighters Rock Madison Square Garden: Set List, Photos, Videos
Band performed the first full-capacity concert at the famed venue since the coronavirus pandemic began.
Robert Smith Hints That the Cure’s Next Album May Be Their Last
Frontman admits he's "struggled more with finishing the words to these new Cure recordings than at any other point.”
Paul McCartney Docuseries ‘McCartney 3, 2, 1’ Coming to Hulu
Series will featured the former Beatle discussing his career with producer Rick Rubin.
Hear Bono and the Edge Join Martin Garrix on ‘We Are the People’
It's the official song of the UEFA European Football Championship soccer tournament.
‘Top Gun’ Soundtrack Turns 35: Take a Ride Into the Danger Zone
Album ranks among the most successful movie tie-ins of all time.
Lloyd Price, Early Rock Pioneer, Dead at 88
Rock and Roll Hall of Famer's biggest hits included "Personality," "Stagger Lee" and "I'm Gonna Get Married."
Tedeschi Trucks Band Announce ‘Layla Revisited’ Album
Live LP finds band teaming with Phish frontman Trey Anastasio to cover Derek and the Dominos' classic LP.
Paul McCartney: Last Great, Last Good, First Bad Album Roundtable
Five writers debate the good - and not so good - releases from the former Beatle's solo career.
How Eagles’ Glenn Frey Took Over Jackson Browne’s ‘Take It Easy’
Browne came up with the original song idea, before Glenn Frey and the Eagles made it their own.
25 Years Ago: ‘VH1 Storytellers’ Debuts with Ray Davies
Kinks frontman was the first in a long list of legendary rockers to appear on the show.