Matthew Wilkening is the Editor in Chief of UltimateClassicRock.com and Diffuser.fm. He is determined to raise his children in a world without competitive singing television shows.
Aerosmith, ZZ Top, Lemmy Lead New Series of Funko Pop! Rock Star Figures
Ghost, Slayer, Slipknot and others will also be immortalized in vinyl.
Kiss Reveal Date and Location of Final ‘End of the Road’ Concert
They've confirmed when the band's last-ever concert will take place.
Tool Fan Unknowingly Asks Eddie Van Halen to Take His Picture
A music fan asked Eddie Van Halen to take a picture of him in front of Tool's stage - apparently without recognizing the guitar god.
38 Special and Lynyrd Skynyrd Bassist Larry Junstrom Dies at 70
In addition to being Skynyrd's founding bassist, he played on all of 38 Special's studio albums.
Queen and Adam Lambert Deliver New ‘Rhapsody’ in Concert: Photos
See the band in action on its 2019 tour.
‘Blinded by the Light’ Was Made for One Person: Bruce Springsteen
Director says being allowed to use Boss' songs for movie was both a privilege and a source of pressure.
Tom Petty’s ‘Full Moon Fever': The Stories Behind Each Song
Singer needed a fresh start, and with these dozen tracks he earned one -- but it wasn't easy.
The Who Plan New Studio Album and Symphonic Tour for 2019
After spending 2018 apart, Roger Daltrey and Pete Townshend are reviving band this year.
Elton John Kicks Off ‘Farewell Yellow Brick Road’ Tour: Setlist, Photos, Video
Check out tons of photos, videos and the full setlist from the opening night of Elton John's farewell tour.
Fleetwood Mac’s ‘The Chain’ Keeps ‘Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2′ Super Bowl Ad Together
Fleetwood Mac's "The Chain" serves as the soundtrack to the newest commercial for "Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2," which premiered during Super Bowl 51.
That Time Robert Plant Got Horny and Loud on ‘Manic Nirvana’
After acknowledging and re-incorporating his Led Zeppelin past into his solo career for the first time with 1988's Now and Zen, Robert Plant really turned the "Hammer of the Gods" loose on his fifth studio album, 1990's perfectly titled Manic Nirvana.
The Troubled History of Van Halen’s ‘III’ With New Singer Gary Cherone
Van Halen's recording career hit its first major road bump with the release of 'III,' an album that debuted their third singer.