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.
Richard Marx’s ‘Holy S—!’ Moments With Eagles: Exclusive Interview
He toiled for years in search of his first recording contract, carrying around a demo tape that had two future hit singles.
Micky Dolenz Recalls the Monkees’ ‘Weird’ Tour With Jimi Hendrix
He thought "theatrical" nature of psychedelic band would be a good match.
REO Speedwagon Hit ‘Reset Button’ With First Post-COVID Concert
Band also paid tribute to late guitarist Gary Richrath.
Ann Wilson Revisits First, Pre-Heart Recordings With New Reissue
The Daybreaks' late-'60s songs will surface on a 10" vinyl LP this summer.
How Linda Ronstadt Broke Out With a Rejected Monkees Classic: Exclusive Interview
The band didn't start out recording their own material, but it wasn't because they didn't have any.
Michael McDonald Shares New Music and Is Prepping More: Interview
Singer unveils cover of "What the World Needs Now Is Love" as summer tour plans with Doobie Brothers are put on hold.
Go-Go’s’ Kathy Valentine Looks Back on Rock ‘N’ Roll ‘Vacation’
Bassist spoke to UCR about her memoir, 'All I Ever Wanted.'
Hall and Oates Are Seven Songs Into a New Album
Daryl Hall says he and John Oates are collaborating with Dutch multi-instrumentalist and producer Jett Rebel.
Daryl Hall Recalls Early Days of His TV Show: Exclusive Interview
Blond half of Hall & Oates discusses performing with R&B greats, playing for the camera and new episodes.