Ultimate Classic Rock Staff
Let's face it, any proper list of the top Super Bowl halftime performances is going to be dominated by classic rock acts. If any good came from Janet Jackson’s infamous wardrobe malfunction during the 2004 halftime show, it’s that for the next half dozen years the NFL chose to give classic rockers such as Bruce Springsteen and Paul McCartney the home field advantage in terms of booking.
The Grammy Awards ceremony is one of the music industry's biggest annual events. But more and more each year, a large part of the discussion about the show involves mocking the choices made by those responsible for handing out the awards for the best albums, songs and artists
With all apologies to all the lip-syncing, highly choreographed pop stars out there, it's pretty clear that it's actually classic rockers who have been responsible for some of the best televised Grammy performances of all time
When it comes to Kiss, whether you suffer from terminal overexposure or eagerly shell out your hard-earned cash for every piece of music and merchandise, you can’t deny that the band’s four kabuki-makeup characters figure among rock’s most iconic images. But should the band's new members wear the designs made famous by their famous predecessors?
Some of the best commercials of 2014 were powered by classic-rock music. From Fleetwood Mac's 'Landslide' somehow making us cry during an advertisement for beer during the Super Bowl to more recent spots like the positively electric use of Led Zeppelin's 'Good Times Bad Times' in the 'American Hustle' trailer, it seems advertisers have ca
Music is great and all, but you know what makes it so much better sometimes? Watching it. The best DVDs of 2013 featured a mix of concert documents (for those times when you just couldn't make it to the show), history lessons (you can never know too much about your favorite artists) and big-screen features (with things like plot and dialogue). But