NEW! Classic Rock's podcast The 20 Million Club now has a little sister pod, with the first episode on the "yuppie sex music" that is Genesis' In Too Deep
VIDEO The pandemic put live music on hold. We caught up with one of Britain's most exciting live bands to find out what it's like to get back on the road
Gothic rock grew like mould on the corpse of punk, and these are the best goth albums. Release the bats!
From building David Bowie to backing Bob Dylan, Van Morrison and more, these are Mick Ronson's greatest moments
Updated weekly: an ongoing league table of all the albums reviewed by Classic Rock's Album Of The Week Club so far
When Marilyn Manson hung up on our interviewer, we asked him to respond to a series of questions. He didn't, but his PR gave us a statement
Family confirms death of the Toots & The Maytals singer just two weeks after releasing his latest album
When it was released in 1992, Body Count’s Cop Killer turned Ice-T into America’s most notorious figure. Nearly 30 years later, it’s more relevant than ever
They had top 20 hits, a gifted guitar hero and were an influence on U2 and the Manics. So why are the Skids largely forgotten?
John Hughes' 80s teen movies were famous for their soundtracks. So how come they killed the career of every band they featured?
The surviving members of Big Country on their rise, fall, and subsequent rise – and the suicide of Stuart Adamson
As humanity celebrates 50 years of heavy metal, here’s half a century’s worth of pioneering heavy music, from the classics to the contemporary hard-hitters
In 2007 Led Zeppelin played their historic Celebration Day reunion show at London’s O2 Arena. We were there.
...some weird old-guy waffle about what-it-were-like-in-our-day, plus stuff about The Pogues, gig etiquette, Poptimism, and why classic rock will grow old but won't grow up.
The best British Blues Rock albums: Direct from the Delta to Dartford and beyond, the Blues turned British rock on its head
Billy Gibbons, Peter Frampton and Nancy Wilson head-up a generation spanning gig that shows that rock music is in good health too
Gerry Rafferty’s former manager Jon Brewer recalls what it was like managing the Baker Street star in the wheeling-dealing 70s – the age of chart-fixing, payola and big money.
How the Buzzcocks invented independent records and challenged ideas of what it meant to be a male rock star
The Darkness came to Glasgow to help launch Marshall’s new beers and reminded us of where the bar is actually set…
Ding-ding! Take your corners for the battle of the 90s: loud-mouthed Mancunian louts vs mockney softies