Celebrating the "west coast hippy" sound of Wicked Lester, Paul Stanley and Gene Simmons' first attempt at rock'n'roll stardom
In 1970, George Harrison brought together a Who’s Who of rock to record his masterpiece, All Things Must Pass. This is the story, told by those who were there
Kiss's most ambitious and celebrated album, Destroyer, was 45 years old in 2021. Think you know all there is to know? Think again
The Who Sell Out is A Pop Art album of dazzling music interspersed with radio-style ads and jingles and released in an iconic sleeve: Pete Townshend and Roger Daltrey spill the beans
Kiss wanted to be stars of the silver screen as well as the concert stage but they couldn’t act, they had no budget, and Phantom Of The Park went horribly wrong
Classic Rock talks to Jimi Hendrix's friends, admirers and other musicians about his life and importance
Bob Seger spent 50 years chronicling the minutia of the blue collar working man, America's heartlands, and the vagaries of love and in doing so created a world-beating musical legacy
Onstage illusion! Playboy Bunnies! White spandex! It's been over 40 years since Angel's debut, but whatever happened to the Kiss stable-mates who Gene Simmons refused to share a stage with?
Aerosmith’s frontman Steven Tyler is the latest rock star to head to Nashville with new album We're All Someobody From Somewhere
Cheap Trick’s At Budokan is widely hailed as one of rock’s greatest live albums. All four Tricksters tell Classic Rock the story of big dreams, hard work and plain dumb luck
Driven on by one man’s perfectionism, Boston’s first album took seven painstaking years to complete. Then the band got a major-label deal – and were forced to record it all again.