Black Sabbath's Tony Iommi reveals the best (and worst) drugs he's ever taken, and more
Free and Bad Company singer Paul Rodgers opens up about life's toughest subjects: politics, religion and the meaning of life.
In Part 4 of Classic Rock’s history of prog rock giants Rush, Geddy Lee and Alex Lifeson look back at their 21st century resurrection – and what the future may hold
An interview with Ian Anderson MBE, the unorthodox, flute-playing, one-time salmon farming rock star
With his new – and final – album and tour planned, Fish looks back over his tumultuous career, with Marillion and as a solo artist, and reveals where he’s headed next
It was 1988 and The Mission were on top of the world, their second album had gone gold, their shows were selling out, Wayne Hussey talks drugs, the Sisters and making a classic rock record
Queen's Greatest Hits is the UK’s biggest selling album of all time – but which song is the greatest?
Saxon frontman Biff Byford talks us through his life – from working in the mills, to fronting one of Britain’s most loved heavy metal bands
In part 3 of our look back at Rush’s 50 year career, Geddy Lee and Alex Lifeson look back at the band's change in direction as the 1980s dawned
He inspired Metallica, annoyed Gene Simmons and took rock for a walk on the dark side. These are the devilish life and diabolical times of King Diamond
From Led Zeppelin and Mother’s Finest to Lenny Kravitz and Red Hot Chili Peppers, these are the songs that built funk rock
How funk rock pioneer Dan Reed overcame death, drama and drug addiction to make the Network’s first album in 25 years