Michael Gallucci is the managing 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, Paste, Spin, the Village Voice and other publications and websites. @mgallucci
Creedence Clearwater Revival to Finally Release ‘Live at Woodstock’
After 50 years, the band's entire performance at the legendary festival will finally be released.
Bruce Springsteen, ‘Western Stars': Album Review
The Boss goes solo again, and makes an album that sounds unlike anything he's ever done.
Indiana Jones Movies Ranked Worst to Best
Only a handful of his adventures have graced the big screen. Which are the keepers?
Ozzy Osbourne Postpones All 2019 Shows
The former Black Sabbath frontman won't be back until at least May 2020.
ZZ Top Collaborator Joe Hardy Dies
His work spanned genres and artists, including Alice Cooper, Ry Cooder, the Georgia Satellites and the Replacements.
Superman Movies Ranked Worst to Best
Faster than a speeding bullet. More powerful than a locomotive. But which Superman movies leap over the others?
Brian Wilson’s High School ‘F’ Switched to ‘A’
Back in 1959, Brian Wilson submitted a song to his high-school music class. His teacher gave him an "F."
Jimmy Page Says Unheard Led Zeppelin Songs Coming Next Year
Jimmy Page recently said he's heading back into Led Zeppelin's vaults for the band's 50th anniversary next year.
Neil Young’s Online Archives Are Live and Free Right Now
Back in August, Neil Young said he was going to open his online archives. Today, the site went live.
Why the Beatles’ ‘Magical Mystery Tour’ Was Scattered, but Essential
They were creating new songs at such a pace that fans, radio and retailers could hardly be expected to keep up.
Rock ‘n’ Roll Pioneer Fats Domino Dead at 89
Fats Domino, the rock 'n' roll pioneer whose hits include "Blueberry Hill" and "Ain't That a Shame," has died.
Tom Petty Was Planning a ‘Wildflowers’ Tour
Tom Petty was reportedly planning a tour centered on his 1994 solo album 'Wildflowers' at the time of his death.