Guitar legend Michael Schenker picks five guitar classics...
Pearl Jam, Radiohead, Bruce Springsteen – as one of the greatest rock photographers of recent decades, Danny Clinch has shot them all. Here he remembers the stories behind 6 of his great shot
Current Sixx AM and former Guns N' Roses guitarist DJ Ashba picks five of the very best albums from five influential axemen
10 albums that helped shape the long career of Scorpions’ best-known drummer, Herman 'Ze German' Rarebell
The determining discs of radio host, TV personality, podcaster, author and heavy metal fan Eddie Trunk
In an excerpt from a new biography of Rainbow, band members remember the 1980s, when a change of direction saw Ritchie Blackmore & Co. strike out for video stardom
Megadeth bassist David Ellefson selects ten rock'n'roll stepping stones that turned a Minnesota farmboy into a star
Carmine Appice was in Vanilla Fudge, inadvertently taught Tommy Lee how to twirl drumsticks, got mistaken for Ozzy Osbourne, and co-wrote 'Da Ya Think I'm Sexy?'
It was the album that took them out of Seattle and around the world. We look back at the Badmotorfinger era and how Jesus Christ Pose put them front and centre of popular culture
By 1991, grunge had outgrown the dives of Seattle, and Soundgarden, Pearl Jam, Nirvana, Alice In Chains and more were about to release albums that would change the face of rock forever
When US rockers Cheap Trick tried to 'out-pop' Abba with a track on their second album, it went on to become a surprise hit and the band's defining moment
Former Faith No More frontman Chuck Mosley co-wrote their parody of the Live Aid generation of rock superstars. He talks about the remakes/revisions of the song that keeps coming back.
Never one to sit around, Jason Newsted kept very busy after quitting Metallica. In 2005, Classic Rock found out what he'd been doing
Think of the Seattle scene and you think of Nirvana. But it was Soundgarden who led the grunge explosion. CR caught up with them to look back at the band that killed glam metal
Ratt guitarist Warren DeMartini is 51 today [April 10]. To celebrate, we'd reproduced the Ratt feature from 2005