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.
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.
Watch the Trailer for Led Zeppelin’s ‘The Complete BBC Sessions’
Led Zeppelin have released a 35-second promo clip for 'The Complete BBC Sessions.'
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.
Ray Davies Called the Beatles’ ‘Revolver’ a ‘Load of Rubbish’ in a 1966 Review
Apparently not everyone is a fan of 'Revolver.'
New Bruce Springsteen Compilation to Include Five Unreleased Songs
Bruce Springsteen will release a new compilation album that doubles as a companion piece to his upcoming autobiography.
Denis Leary Shares Story About Rod Stewart’s Penis on ‘Tonight Show’
If you caught 'The Tonight Show With Jimmy Fallon' last night, you were lucky enough to hear Denis Leary share a story about the time he saw Rod Stewart's penis.
Keith Richards Thinks the Rolling Stones Will Be Together Until They Die
In an admission that will probably surprise no one, guitarist Keith Richards said that death will be the only thing to put a stop to the Rolling Stones.
Leon Russell in Stable Condition After Heart Attack
A series of upcoming tour dates will be postponed during Leon Russell's recovery.
New Phil Collins Three-CD Singles Collection on the Way
A three-disc, career-spanning set gathering all of Phil Collins' solo singles will be released on Oct. 14.
How Bob Dylan Wrapped Up One of Rock’s Greatest Runs With ‘Blonde on Blonde’
Few artists completed a run as flawless as the one Bob Dylan wrapped up in mid-July 1966, when he released 'Blonde on Blonde' – his third classic album in less than a year and a half.