Updated Before he was a fixture at royal weddings, master singer-songwriter-showman Elton John created some of the 70s’ most important and enduring albums.
Paice Ashton Lord's existence amounted to just one studio album and a handful of live gigs, but it started with the grandest of intentions...
The Fields of the Nephilim came riding out of Hitchin like desperados in a spaghetti western, and while infighting was their undoing, like the best cowboys, they never said die
The Wildhearts, Reef, Terrorvision and Dodgy came to town. Cue weird nostalgia, hot weather and snogging…
We're putting together an extensive guide to AC/DC's best songs ever... and we want you to compile it
Jesus Jones were built up by the music press – and knocked right back down again when fashions changed. Frontman Mike Edwards on chart success, depression and the rise and demise of that most despised of all music genres: ‘indie dance’.
Time for Classic Rock's weekly fix of the best new tunes. Listen in, then vote for your favourite at the foot of this page...
Live! Can't make it to Rock On The Range in Ohio this weekend? No problem. We'll be streaming it right here
Thirty years since its release, guitarist Franz Stahl talks us through how DC punk legends Scream made their tricky fourth album
By the beginning of 1970, The Who were road-hardened and sick of playing 'Tommy'. So they took it back to basics with an album that set the bar for live albums in the 70s
Brian Wilson set out to create “the greatest rock album ever made” – the result was a gorgeous avant garde pop album that paved the way for progressive rock…
The long-awaited Queen biopic Bohemian Rhapsody is almost upon us... and we're much more excited than we thought we would be
Back in 2008, we were lucky enough to talk to the mighty Ronnie James Dio about life, his stage name and playing the trumpet
Premiere James Williamson & The Pink Hearts have released a video for Riot On The Strip, the incendiary first track from upcoming album Behind the Shade
At the start of the 90s, Extreme were the runts of the hard rock pack – until they turned up the bass and got the funk out. This is the story of the band who brought funk rock to the charts
Bad News: the band who'd be as rich as the Stones if only they'd sold as many records as them
Remembering that time Zodiac Mindwarp attempted to top an album that probably won't be topped for another thousand years, and failed...