Ultimate Classic Rock Staff
Worst Father’s Day Card Ever? Tommy Lee’s Son Posts Video of KO’d Dad
Instead of a Father's Day card, Tommy Lee's son Brandon posted a video of him knocking his father unconscious.
Could This Be Paul McCartney’s New Album Cover?
Is this another clue that we're about to get a new Paul McCartney album?
Did Van Halen Bite Off Too Much With ‘OU812’? Our Writers Devour Five Questions
On the 30th anniversary of the band's second album with Sammy Hagar, our writers sit down for a roundtable discussion.
Top 5 Greatest American Bands: Readers’ Poll
Now that our writers have selected their favorite American bands, it's your turn to do the same.
Top 5 Greatest American Bands: Our Writers Tackle Three Big Questions
Little in the U.S. happens without titanic disputes. That goes for picking our greatest American bands, too.
Should These 10 Solo Superstars Be Considered for the Hall of Fame?
A look at singers from Rock and Roll Hall of Fame bands who aren't in for their solo work.
Fleetwood Mac’s Tour Without Lindsey Buckingham: Our Writers Answer Six Important Question…
We asked our writers six questions about Fleetwood Mac's decision to tour without Lindsey Buckingham.
Prince’s Death Two Years Later: Our Writers Answer Five Lingering Questions
On the second anniversary of Prince's death, our writers look at his music, legacy and the 365 Prince Songs in a Year series.
Meet Next Year’s 12 Most Likely (But Probably Doomed) New Rock Hall Candidates
Our hearts sank when we looked at which acts will be newly eligible for the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame's Class of 2019.
Rock and Roll Hall of Fame Induction Ceremony 2018: Our Favorite Moments
There were reunions, some great performances, funny speeches and plenty of emotional on display from everybody.
Moody Blues Perform at Rock and Roll Hall of Fame Induction
The Moody Blues were enshrined some five decades after they helped give rise to progressive rock by adding symphonic elements to pop songs.
Ann Wilson Inducts the Moody Blues Into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame
Fifty-four years after "Go Now" introduced them to the world, the Moody Blues were inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame at the Public Auditorium in Cleveland.