Corbin Reiff is a music writer based out of Seattle, Washington. He's written for publications all across the world including Rolling Stone, Guitar World, the Blues Magazine (U.K.) and the Seattle Weekly to name a few.
The Day Kurt Cobain Overdosed and Went Into a Coma
In a shocking event that eerily foreshadowed the incomprehensibly tragedy of his death one month later, Nirvana frontman Kurt Cobain slipped into an overdose-induced coma on March 3, 1994.
45 Years Ago: Led Zeppelin Play Royal Albert Hall
On Jan. 9, 1970 Led Zeppelin took the stage of London's venerated Royal Albert Hall and delivered one of the most celebrated gigs of their career.
The Story of the Eagles’ Reunion Record, ‘Hell Freezes Over’
The Eagles released 'Hell Freezes Over' on Nov. 8, 1994, comprised of their MTV special and four new songs.
Is Jon Bon Jovi’s Bid to Buy the Buffalo Bills Dead… or Alive?
Jon Bon Jovi will get a second chance to buy the Buffalo Bills following the rejection of his first bid.
35 Years Ago: Neil Young Releases ‘Rust Never Sleeps’
Neil Young's brilliant 'Rust Never Sleeps' was released on July 2, 1979.
Guns N’ Roses Deny Axl Rose Retirement Rumors
The timing of such a departure, as GNR begins a new Las Vegas residency, would have been shocking.
Bruce Springsteen Online Museum Scheduled To Launch Next Month
A new site owned by a collector of Bruce Springsteen memorabilia will launch in June.
Neil Young To Cut Vinyl Record With Jack White On ‘The Tonight Show’
Neil Young and Jack White will cut a vinyl record on 'The Tonight Show.'
Foreigner Racks Up Digital Gold and Platinum Awards
Foreigner guitarist Mick Jones received six new gold and platinum records from Atlantic Records CEO Craig Kallman for the six million downloads the group has racked up in the digital era.
The History of Swan Song Records
Led Zeppelin always wanted Swan Song to be more than a vanity label -- and, for a while, those dreams seemed like they could come true.