Matt Wardlaw is the new media editor at Ultimate Classic Rock. You'll also find Matt on the radio hosting UCR's weekend show on Saturdays and Sundays. He loves vinyl and believes that the compact disc is still a worthy format. Right now, he's probably reading some liner notes.
Why Richard Marx Didn’t Keep Vixen’s ‘Edge of a Broken Heart’
Power ballad co-written with Fee Waybill of the Tubes hit No. 26 in 1988.
Rob Halford Is Ready for COVID Touring: ‘We Have to Battle On’
Singer also discusses whether the pandemic will figure into songwriting for the band's upcoming album.
How Jack Blades’ Nightmare Scenario With Ozzy Osbourne Came True
Their song "Whole World's Fallin' Down" was a B-side for the first single from 1995's 'Ozzmosis.'
Why K.K. Downing Is ‘Surprised’ by Judas Priest’s Recent Output
"We never had the luxury of doing two albums in 10 years when I was in the band," group's former guitarist says.
Stewart Copeland Returns to Police’s ‘Starving Years’ in Upcoming Book
He says the diary-based publication is due for release in early 2022.
Dee Snider: ‘I Was An A–hole Too': Exclusive Interview
"I made people miserable," the former Twisted Sister frontman says. "I got worse and worse."
Why Stewart Copeland Took a ‘Deranged’ Approach to His New Tour: Exclusive Interview
Drummer says some Police songs are "diamonds," while he "deeply screwed" with the arrangement of others.
35 Years Ago: Van Halen Shoot Their ‘Live Without a Net’ Video
Band revealed "great chemistry" while battling technical issues during 1986 concerts recorded for home-video release.
How the Lockdown Resulted in Steve Hackett’s Most Productive Year
Busy former Genesis guitarist has released two albums in 2021.
Waddy Wachtel Looks Back on ‘Magical’ Work With Rolling Stones
Guitarist also remembers the time he heard that "f---in' sound" from Ringo Starr.