Matthew Wilkening is the founding Editor in Chief of UltimateClassicRock.com and UltimatePrince.com.
Watch Matthew Perry Teach ‘Sarcasm 101′ on ‘Saturday Night Live’
The 'Friends' star brought the spirit and mannerisms of Chandler Bing into the classroom.
Musician Killed, Others Missing After Tsunami Strikes Stage Mid-Concert
One member of the band Seventeen was killed when a tsunami struck their stage mid-concert, and two more are still missing.
Jay-Z and Beyonce Blow Minds on Opening Night of U.S. ‘On the Run II’ Tour: Review
Wow. Whoa. Holy _____. Is that enough for a review? Jay-Z and Beyonce brought the opening night of their North American On the Run II tour to Cleveland last night.
Prince Magazine Ads Through the Years: 1978-2016
We've collected dozens of magazine ads promoting Prince albums, singles and home videos from throughout his career.
‘There Is No Hologram’ – Sheila E. Shoots Down Prince Super Bowl Rumors
Sheila E. has assured fans that Prince will not appear in hologram form as part of Justin Timberlake's Super Bowl halftime show performance tonight.
Dolores O’Riordan Dies: R.E.M., the Kinks + More React
The rock world reacted with shock and grief to the death of Cranberries singer Dolores O'Riordan.
Jack White Releases New ‘Connected By Love’ Single
Jack White has released the first song from his highly anticipated third studio album.
Video Shows QOTSA’s Josh Homme Kicking Camera Into Photographer’s Face
Video from Queens of the Stone Age's performance at the KROQ Acoustic Christmas concert shows frontman Josh Homme kicking a photographer's camera into her face.
Prince Tries on a True Collaboration With ‘Like a Mack': 365 Prince Songs in a Year
After producing himself for 37 straight studio albums, Prince opened up to deeper musical collaboration on 'Hit N Run Phase One' – with some exciting results.
‘1999’ Turns 35: 10 Facts About Prince’s Joyous Apocalyptic Masterpiece
Over the years, no single song – with the undeniable exception of "Purple Rain" – has done more to introduce or define Prince to the world than "1999."