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
Meat Loaf Launching ‘I’d Do Anything for Love’ Reality Series
Show will pit couples against each other in "absurd and sometimes frightening physical contests."
Ted Nugent Says Being Called N-Word Was the ‘Greatest Compliment’
Rocker recalled a moment from early in his career while declaring his reverence for Black artists.
Why Hall and Oates’ ‘She’s Gone’ Video Enraged a TV Station
The "performance art" concept did not go over well with a Philadelphia TV crew.
Mick Fleetwood’s Peter Green Tribute Concert to Stream Online
Concert film had originally planned to screen in theaters.
Rob Halford Feared Coming Out Would ‘Damage’ Judas Priest
Frontman worried that the stigma surrounding homosexuality could harm his band.
Joe Satriani Has Written Two New Albums During Quarantine
Guitarist is prepping separate instrumental and vocal LPs.
The Day Mick Jagger Recruited Jon Bon Jovi As His Fake Bandmate
Bon Jovi was just a teen when he met the Rolling Stones icon.
Wolfgang Van Halen Was Invited to Play ‘Eruption’ at the Grammys
Rocker declined offer to perform during 'In Memoriam' segment of the awards.
Little Richard, John Prine Honored with Grammy Performances
Bruno Mars and Brandi Carlile honored the late rockers during the in memoriam segment.
Why the ‘Uncle Buck’ TV Series Was a ‘Vulgar and Tasteless’ Mess
In the early '90s, CBS tried to bring the hit movie to television, but the series was a colossal failure.
Hear the Title Track From Nancy Wilson’s Solo LP ‘You and Me’
Song is dedicated to the singer's late mother.
Tom Morello Details Unlikely Friendship with Ted Nugent
Despite starkly different political views, the guitarists are friends.