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
How the Thrilla in Manila Changed Boxing and Broadcasting Forever
One of the sport's most epic bouts also marked a turning point in the way fans watch fights.
How Cleveland’s Balloonfest ‘86 Became a Public Disaster
What started as a charity event turned into a nightmare.
Listen to Van Morrison’s New Anti-Lockdown Song ‘Born to Be Free’
Single is the first of three new songs protesting coronavirus response.
Elton John Pushes Farewell Tour U.S. Dates Back to 2022
He was supposed to tour North America in 2020, before the coronavirus pandemic brought things to a halt.
Watch: Bagpipers Cover Europe’s ‘The Final Countdown’
Nine artists in seven countries helped bring the cover to life.
How the Beastie Boys Inspired Robert Plant’s ‘Tall Cool One’
Song was a hit for the former Led Zeppelin frontman in 1988.
Neil Young Reveals Track List for ‘Archives Volume 2′
Box set covers the rocker's career from 1972-1976 and features 12 previously unreleased songs.
Why Earth, Wind and Fire Chose ‘The 21st Night of September’
Say, do you remember?
Bon Jovi Joins Jennifer Nettles for Revamped ‘Do What You Can’
COVID-19 inspired song, originally released in April, gets a country makeover.
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.