Picking up where their heroes The Doors left off, roots-punk firebrands X documented California’s dark underbelly in the late 70s
From Mafia finales to Bedtime Stories: the bizarre and brilliant afterlife of Journey’s classic anthem Don't Stop Believin'
“It’s a mish-mash, an amalgam of lunatic ideas” - Sir Alan Parker, director of the movie version of Floyd’s masterpiece The Wall
For 50 years Rodney Bingenheimer has been a DJ and one of LA’s scenesters. He knew Elvis and helped countless musical careers, but is first and foremost a fan
In the early 80s, LA’s rock scene was split – on one side were the punks, and on the other the metalheads. We look back on the prejudice and aggression that fuelled the battle of Los Angeles
The original Hollywood Vampires were the ultimate 70s hellraisers. Four decades on, Vampire-in-chief Alice Cooper has resurrected them with help from Joe Perry and Johnny Depp.
With new DVD Feast Of Friends on the horizon, in a CR exclusive we bring together the two surviving members of The Doors – for the first time in a decade.
In 2013, the Foo Fighter man made a film doc about Sound City Studios- where Nirvana recorded Nevermind. He explained to Classic Rock what motivated him
He turned down Velvet Revolver, nearly joined Led Zeppelin, saw his future play out onscreen in the movie Rock Star. His name is Myles Kennedy, and his story’s only just begun...
In 2005, Classic Rock met Kim Fowley, the singer, songwriter, producer, party animal, svengali and self-styled "piece of shit"...
In 2005, Classic Rock got to grips with Audioslave's attempts to get out of the shadows of their members' former bands