At the peak of the band's popularity, critics derided Toto as a faceless "corporate rock" band, but underneath the complex arrangements that fueled their immaculately produced hits, the group's music has always been the byproduct of a brotherly bond.
We spoke with Ted Nugent, Tommy Shaw, Jack Blades, Michael Cartellone. Ron Nevison and John Kalodner about the short-lived supergroup.
Three decades may have passed since the March 1985 debut of Metal Heart, the sixth studio album by the German heavy metal band Accept.
While Kanye West certainly ticked off plenty of classic rockers with his recent actions at the Grammy Awards, Ted Nugent tells Ultimate Classic Rock that it didn't raise his blood pressure.
Daryl Hall and John Oates have traveled to a lot of places over the more than four decades that they’ve been together.
When Brendan O’Brien first heard Kansas' ‘Song for America,’ he was stunned.
Motley Crue's Mick Mars talks about how much the internet has changed the music industry.
Even though it wasn’t his first time singing lead, Journey drummer Deen Castronovo admits that the idea of doing a whole album where he would be the featured vocalist was daunting.
Looking back on his impressive run with Bon Jovi, guitarist Richie Sambora is quick to acknowledge that it was a really satisfying experience.
Thirty years ago this month, Bruce Kulick became the newest guitarist in Kiss.