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
50 Years Ago: ‘Monday Night Football”s Game-Changing Debut
The weekly NFL match-up dramatically altered the worlds of sports and pop culture.
James Bond ‘No Time to Die': New Trailer, Poster and Release Date
Movie is now set for a Nov. 20 release.
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.
Bruce Springsteen ‘Born to Run’ Album Cover Copycats
The Boss' iconic image has been replicated by several artists over the years.
How Michael McDonald Worked His Way Into Steely Dan
Performing at a Hollywood wrap party helped the singer get his foot in the door.
Alex Trebek Ate ‘Four to Five Hash Brownies,’ Woke Up Days Later
'Jeopardy!' host admitted to some recreational drug use in his new memoir.
Neal Schon Says Journey Hopes to Release a New Song This Summer
Band has been working on new music while in coronavirus lockdown.
Pac-Man Facts: 40 Easily Digestible Bits of Arcade-Game History
From his arcade-game fame to his own TV show and appearances on all kinds of collectibles, we look back at 40 years of Pac-Man.
50 Years Ago: ‘Let It Be’ Movie Captures the Beatles’ Final Days
Lighthearted moments, arguments and the famous rooftop performance were all featured in the band's last film.
How Alan Parsons Project Became the Soundtrack to Jordan’s Bulls
A stroke of luck made the rocker's instrumental track "Sirius" one of the most recognizable intro songs in sports history.