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.
Bob Dylan’s ‘No Direction Home’ Documentary Is Being Expanded for 10th Anniversary
Martin Scorsese's award-winning documentary 'No Direction: Bob Dylan' will receive an expanded deluxe edition for its 10th anniversary.
Robert Plant Joins Concerts for Refugees Tour
Robert Plant has joined the lineup for the Lampedusa tour, an 11-date benefit show for refugees.
Jimi Hendrix, ‘Machine Gun: The Fillmore East First Show 12/31/69′: Album Review
Jimi Hendrix didn't waste much time pulling together a new trio after the Experience broke up in June 1969.
Gregg Allman Had Pneumonia
Remember when Gregg Allman canceled some shows last month because of "serious health issues"?
Bruce Springsteen Thinks Donald Trump Is a Moron
In a bit of political-season commentary nobody should find surprising, Bruce Springsteen called Donald Trump a moron.
Lady Gaga Reportedly Bought Frank Zappa’s House
Lady Gaga reportedly has a new place to call home: the million-dollar house once owned by Frank Zappa.
Pretenders Announce New Album, ‘Alone’
Chrissie Hynde is celebrating her 65th birthday today, and she's got a gift for fans.
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.
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.
Pink Floyd Vinyl Reissues Continue With Three Pre-‘Dark Side of the Moon’ Albums
Three more vinyl reissues from Pink Floyd's past will be released next month.
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.
When the Who Scaled Back and Released the Classic ‘Who’s Next’
Pete Townshend was brimming with ideas as the '60s turned into the '70s.