Today we learned Neil Young is more diverse than perhaps anyone ever knew, Steven Adler gives Axl Rose a final kiss-off, and Iggy Pop covers some bands you may have heard of.

Plus, we say a sad adios to Chris Ethridge of the Flying Burrito Brothers, Paul Simon and Wynton Marsalis join forces for a New York concert, and Tom Petty, Ted Nugent and John Lennon get comfortable in our Top 100 Classic Rock Songs countdown.

Today’s Stories from Ultimate Classic Rock:

Metallica To Pay Tribute To Deep Purple and Dio
Chris Ethridge of the Flying Burrito Brothers Dead at 65
Aerosmith Album Reportedly Delayed Until September
Steven Tyler Sings With 10-Year-Old Cancer Patient
AC/DC Exhibit To Open In Seattle
Steven Adler Says He Has ‘No Desire’ to Know or Work with Axl Rose Anymore
Iggy Pop Covers Beatles, Yoko Ono Songs on New Solo Album ‘Apres’
Watch Guns N’ Roses’ Full Hall of Fame Performance
Aerosmith’s Tom Hamilton Claims ’60 Minutes’ Reporter Used Her Cleavage to ‘Get the Band Nervous’
ZZ Top’s New Album Held Up
No. 23: John Lennon, ‘Imagine’ – Top 100 Classic Rock Songs
Paul McCartney, Bruce Springsteen Sign on For Jimmy Fallon's New Comedy Album
The Beach Boys Accompany ‘Mad Men’ Characters on LSD Trip
Yes, Neil Young Was Once Signed to Motown
Paul Simon Teams Up With Wynton Marsalis for New York Concert
No. 24: Ted Nugent, ‘Stranglehold’ – Top 100 Classic Rock Songs
Don McLean’s ‘American Pie’ Rewritten As Resignation Letter
Movie To Look At The Making Of The Rolling Stones’ ‘Exile On Main Street’
No. 25 Tom Petty, ‘Free Fallin” – Top 100 Classic Rock Songs
Metallica to Bring Back Snake Pit

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