Nick DeRiso is associate editor of Ultimate Classic Rock. Named columnist of the year five times by the Associated Press, Louisiana Press Association and Louisiana Sports Writers Association during a lengthy career in newspapers, he previously oversaw a daily section that was named Top 10 in the nation by the AP.
Ringo Starr Says He Voted in Favor of Brexit
For Ringo Starr, the European Union didn't live up to its initial promise.
Fleetwood Mac’s New Album Is Apparently Being Held Up by Stevie Nicks
It all comes down to Stevie Nicks.
Slash Has Recorded a New Version of Elton John’s ‘Rocket Man’
Slash updated the 1972 hit in honor of a stuntman's attempt to complete Evel Knievel's jump across Idaho's Snake River Canyon.
Def Leppard Reportedly Set to Tour With Poison Again
Poison frontman Bret Michaels confirmed the pairing, though further details weren't yet available.
August 2016 New Music Releases
Ultimate Classic Rock takes a look at the best classic rock new music releases for the month of August 2016.
George Harrison’s Estate Calls Republican Use of ‘Here Comes the Sun’ ‘Offensive’
They did make a helpful suggestion for replacing it.
Long-Lost Beatles Demo of ‘It’s for You’ Has Been Found
Relatives going through the belongings of the late British singer Cilla Black inadvertently discovered a treasured piece of Beatles history.
Alice Cooper Launches Political Career, Remakes ‘Elected’
Do these troubled times demand an even more troubled mind? Alice Cooper seems to think so.
Brian Johnson to Host New Online Radio Program, ‘The Producers’
As the name implies, the long-time AC/DC frontman will explore the lives and work of some of rock's best-known producers.
Led Zeppelin Publishing Company Seeks $613,000 in Attorney Fees After Court Victory
To the winner go the spoils – or in this case, Led Zeppelin's legal expenses.
Cliff Williams Will Retire After AC/DC’s Current Tour
His departure leaves Chris Slade – who had an earlier stint from 1989-94 – as the most veteran member of AC/DC after Angus Young.
Paul McCartney, Rolling Stones, the Who, Bob Dylan, Neil Young and Roger Waters Confirmed …
After weeks of speculation, classic rock's biggest event since Woodstock is a go.