None more black
None more black
Why the future of rock is tribute bands and franchises
From Led Zep's Golden God to today's dignified sexagenarian, he's never stopped pushing the boundaries.
The world lost a blues legend this year with the death of Johnny Winter. Leslie West celebrates his fallen comrade.
Their album and gigs have made them the year's most talked-about band... It’s been a hell of a 12-month for the Brighton duo.
Texan trio – fond of a sparkly bikini top – turning small-town fun into big punk thrills.
Former Terrorvision singer goes all-acoustic and discovers he isn’t ‘burned-out, washed-up’ after all.
They surprised the world by announcing a new album, Rock Or Bust. But what happened next was even more shocking.
Psychedelic space rockers defy the odds to complete their twelfth LP with founder member Daevid Allen
Riches from the rock underground
The recreation of a combo that defines a rock legend from South America will appeal to guitarists of all musical styles.
Chad Kroeger 'fesses up to how domestic tension provided his band's breakthrough single.
Iris left behind their alt.rock roots but it'll put their kids through college.
JJ Burnell tells of writing suicide note after "artistic decision to see what would happen"
On October 8, 1991, Soundgarden released the classic Badmotorfinger album. In 2010 Classic Rock told the story behind one of its most famous songs, Jesus Chris Pose
With accusations of blatant misogyny swept aside, Buckcherry celebrate, well, crazy bitches
Their most incendiary, expletive-ridden single was in fact chosen by the label
Gala event takes place in New Orleans in May
May and Taylor say bassist "doesn't want to know" as they state case for tour with Adam Lambert
Clapton, Knopfler, Gibbons and Perry among guests for Johnny's covers collection
Dave Beste confirmed as Robin Everhart's replacement as they complete 4th album
BLS frontman asks fans for help after $10k axe goes missing in Chicago