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
40 Years Ago: A Rare Disease Prompts Blondie to Break Up
After years of massive success, things suddenly came crashing down for the band in 1982.
Elton John Hopes Duet Will Restore Britney Spears’ Confidence
“Britney was broken. I was broken," he says.
Beatles’ ‘Revolver’ Remixed Box Set on the Way
'Variety' reports the 1966 LP will be the next to get the bonus-filled boxed-set treatment.
Bret Michaels Says No One Believed in ‘Every Rose Has Its Thorn’
Poison singer says he had to beg radio stations to play classic power ballad.
Jimmy Page Blasts Phil Collins’ Playing in Led Zep Live Aid Show
Guitarist claims Collins "just could not get the beginning of ‘Rock and Roll.’
40 Years Ago: Mr. Bill Gets Crushed on ‘SNL’ for the Final Time
Clay character was an unlikely breakout star in the show's early years.
Paul McCartney Hopes to Complete Unfinished Beatles Song
"Now and Then" was a John Lennon demo given to McCartney prior to the 'Anthology' project.
Sarah Dash, Labelle Singer and Rolling Stones Cohort, Dead at 76
She scored hits with "I Sold My Heart to the Junkman" and "Lady Marmalade," before contributing to releases by Keith Richards and the Rolling Stones.
Being Teased by Norm Macdonald Left Courtney Thorne-Smith ‘Giddy’
Actress "had a ball" getting roasted by the 'SNL' comedian during a 1997 appearance on 'Late Night With Conan O’Brien.'
Foreigner Adds Tour Dates, Doubling Number of 2021 Concerts
Band is now poised to play 71 U.S. shows across the summer and fall.
Eric Clapton Feels ‘Ostracized’ By Friends Over His COVID Views
“My phone doesn’t ring very often,” the guitarist admits.
How Robert Palmer Dreamed Up His 1986 Hit ‘Addicted to Love’
Song elevated singer from successful journeyman to headlining star.