Corey Irwin is a writer and editor for Ultimate Classic Rock. He’s spent more than 15 years working in radio, including stints in Los Angeles and San Francisco. In addition to UCR, he has written for Diffuser, Ultimate Prince and Music Connection Magazine
Josh Homme Says He Was a ‘Cocky Little S—‘ When He Was Younger
Queens of the Stone Age frontman says he's gotten better at politely saying no.
35 Years Ago: ‘Nothing’s Shocking’ Nearly Ends Jane’s Addiction
With tensions running high, the band briefly broke up while recording their debut studio album.
Sinead O’Connor Dead at 56
Irish singer had struggled with mental health issues throughout her career.
Remembering Rage Against the Machine’s Ballsy 1993 Protest
Political rockers got naked in front of thousands to prove a point.
How the Smashing Pumpkins ‘Ripped Off’ Rush for ‘Cherub Rock’
The 1993 single marked the first mainstream hit for Billy Corgan's band.
Red Hot Chili Peppers and Smashing Pumpkins Shine at BottleRock
Eclectic lineup also featured Sheryl Crow, Nile Rodgers, Duran Duran and an appearance by Sammy Hagar.
Seth Rogen Recalls Awkward ‘Sausage Party’ Call With Meat Loaf
He was hung up on by the 'Bat Out of Hell' singer.
Announcing Taylor Hawkins’ Death Was a ‘Delicate Procedure’
Foo Fighters' publicist admits the assignment was "really rough."
25 Years Ago: Why Green Day Initially Shelved ‘Good Riddance’
Multi-platinum acoustic ballad became a cultural benchmark of the late-'90s.
Billy Corgan on Black Sabbath: ‘This Is What God Sounds Like’
Smashing Pumpkins frontman recalls the eye-opening experience of listening to metal pioneers for the first time.