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.
UPDATE: Steve Perry Will Not Sing With Journey Tonight at the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame C…
TMZ has changed their story about Steve Perry performing with Journey at tonight's Rock and Roll Hall of Fame ceremony in Brooklyn, N.Y.
Ray Davies Discusses Inspiration for New Album ‘Americana': Exclusive Video Premiere
Ray Davies also shares snippets of the title track from his first new album in almost a decade.
Bob Dylan Will Finally Get His Nobel Prize
So ends a strange saga of recognition, confusion and then outright avoidance.
Paul McCartney Is Working With Another of Adele’s Producers
Greg Kurstin, who oversaw the smash hit “Hello,” is collaborating on Paul McCartney's as-yet-untitled new project.
Police Guitarist Andy Summers Goes In Depth on His Exotic New Solo Album: Exclusive Video …
Andy Summers' 14th solo project 'Triboluminescence' is out today.
Chuck Berry Dies at Age 90
Chuck Berry leaves behind a world of music utterly transformed by his presence.
Blues Harmonica Legend James Cotton Dead at 81
Known as "Mr. Superharp," James Cotton's final star-studded album included Gregg Allman and Warren Haynes.
April 2017 New Music Releases
The list of April 2017 New Music Releases features loads of fresh material by signature classic rock legends.
Kinks Frontman Ray Davies Has Been Knighted
“It lasted three minutes and it went very well,” the typically dry-witted Ray Davies says, “and I said goodbye and went home.”
Recording Console Used for Pink Floyd’s ‘Dark Side of the Moon’ to be Auctioned
One of two custom made by EMI's engineers, the console was in use at Abbey Road from 1971-83.
Roger Waters Reveals Release Date for Long-Awaited Album in New Teaser Video
Featured are new shots of Roger Waters collaborating in the studio, accompanied by an orchestra-washed score that's sure to pique the interest of Pink Floyd fans.
Bang Records Pioneer Ilene Berns Dies
Ilene Berns took over management of Bang Records at age 24, shortly after the death of her husband, founder Bert Berns.