Matthew Wilkening is the Editor in Chief of UltimateClassicRock.com and Diffuser.fm. He is determined to raise his children in a world without competitive singing television shows.
Black Sabbath’s Final Concert Headed to Movie Theaters Worldwide
Black Sabbath's last-ever concert will the subject of a new film screening in theaters across the world this September.
Foo Fighters’ New ‘Run’ Single and Video Stages a Nursing Home Riot
The Foo Fighters have surprise-released a storming new song entitled "Run," which comes complete with another of their trademark high-concept video clips.
Chris Cornell’s Cause of Death Confirmed as Suicide by Hanging
A medical examiner has confirmed that Soundgarden frontman Chris Cornell committed suicide by hanging last night after a show in Detroit.
Watch Axl Rose Join Billy Joel for ‘Highway to Hell’ and ‘Big Shot’ at Dodger Stadium
Guns N' Roses singer Axl Rose was a special guest at Billy Joel's Dodger Stadium concert in Los Angeles last night, singing AC/DC's "Highway to Hell" and Joel's own "Big Shot."
Brian Johnson Returns to the Stage to Sing With Robert Plant and Paul Rodgers
Longtime AC/DC singer Brian Johnson returned to the stage tonight to perform 'Money' with Robert Plant and Paul Rodgers.
U2, ZZ Top Stars to Appear on Alice Cooper’s Upcoming ‘Paranormal’ Album
Alice Cooper has revealed the title, release plans and a very impressive list of guest stars for his next studio album.
Guns N’ Roses, The Who Team Up For One (And Possibly More) Shows
Guns N' Roses have confirmed that they will play one concert together, and reports suggest it could turn into a full-blown tour.
Elton John Hospitalized for ‘Harmful and Unusual Bacterial Infection,’ Eight Shows Cancele…
Elton John was hospitalized for two nights after contracting a rare infection during a recent South American tour.
Steve Perry Says He’ll Release a ‘Cathartic’ New Solo Album in 2017
Steve Perry says he's been recording a new, long-awaited solo album for about a year.
The Night Don Rickles Insulted the Beatles
Nobody - not even the Beatles at the height of their popularity - was safe from the barbs of the world's most beloved insult comedian, Don Rickles.