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
35 Years Ago: ‘Super Mario Bros.’ Becomes Gaming’s Biggest Hit
When 'Super Mario Bros.' was released in 1985, it changed the course of video games forever.
COVID-19’s Effect on the Music Industry, Six Months In
From drive-in concerts to albums created in quarantine, the coronavirus pandemic has forced the industry to adapt.
The Day Five Hard-Rock Bands Released Career-Altering Albums
Aug. 21, 1990, was a busy day.
U.K. Socially Distanced Concert Venue Hosts First Show
The outdoor venue welcomed 2,500 fans, separated into private viewing areas.
Flea’s ‘Gorgeous’ Former Home Sells for $3.45 Million
Property once owned by Red Hot Chili Peppers' bassist includes five bedrooms, a saltwater pool and private sauna.
Ozzy Osbourne Thought He Was Dying and His Family Was Hiding It
Singer admits he's still "in a lot of pain" as he continues to recover from serious health problems.
Alex Trebek Ate ‘Four to Five Hash Brownies,’ Woke Up Days Later
'Jeopardy!' host admitted to some recreational drug use in his new memoir.
Billie Joe Armstrong’s Former Home on Sale for $7.25 Million
Highlights include a recording studio, plus a bathroom decorated with flyers from the band's early years.
Top 25 Foo Fighters Songs
As their self-titled, debut album turns 25, we look back at the band's best tracks.
10 Ways ‘Back to the Future’ Could Have Been Different
A lot of smart - and lucky - decisions helped make the film a hit upon its release in 1985.