Michael Gallucci is the senior editor at Ultimate Classic Rock. His previous gigs include editor-of-chief at Diffuser.fm, managing editor of Cleveland Scene and writing about music and movies for All Music Guide, American Songwriter, the A.V. Club, Goldmine, M Music & Musicians, Paste, Spin, the Village Voice and other publications and websites.
Stevie Nicks and Pretenders Announce New Tour
Stevie Nicks will hit the road next month in support of her most recent solo album, and she's bringing the Pretenders with her.
It’s Official: Ringo Starr’s White Album Is Most Expensive Vinyl Ever
Ringo Starr made history when he auctioned off his rare personal copy of the Beatles' White Album, a U.K. pressing stamped No. 0000001.
That Time the Rolling Stones Plundered Their Vaults for ‘Tattoo You’
It's fitting that 'Tattoo You' was the last great Stones album, as its parts came from a past the band would soon leave behind.
Paul McCartney Signs New Deal With Capitol Records
Paul McCartney has signed a new deal with Capitol Records, marking his return to the label that he called home for most of his long career.
Gregg Allman Cancels Tour Dates Because of Serious Health Issues
Gregg Allman has canceled a number of tour dates, citing "serious health issues" for the cause.
Listen to Kansas’ New Song, ‘With This Heart’
Kansas are preparing for their first new album in 16 years next month with the release of one of the LP's songs.
Metallica Announce ‘Back to the Front’ Book With New Video
Metallica started work on the book two years ago, and teased pages from it earlier this year.
Vince Neil Pleads Not Guilty in Battery Case
Vince Neil pleaded not guilty to the misdemeanor battery charge stemming from an April incident in which he pulled a woman to the ground.
Styx Are Working on a New Album
Styx's last studio album, 2005's 'Big Bang Theory,' consisted of classic-rock covers.
How Black Sabbath Set a Metal Template on ‘Master of Reality’
The guidelines for how heavy music would sound were pretty much written on Black Sabbath's third album.
1970’s Best Rock Albums
1970 may have marked a new decade, at least on the calendar, but as far as music was concerned, it was still pretty much the '60s.
Van Morrison to Release 1973 Live Recordings on ‘It’s Too Late to Stop Now … Volumes II, I…
Van Morrison will release a new live set from the concerts that spawned his classic 1974 concert album 'It's Too Late to Stop Now.'