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.
Did Mick Jagger Write an Unpublished Memoir?
The Rolling Stones' management team has declined to either confirm or deny that a Mick Jagger memoir even exists.
Grammy Producer Apologizes to Metallica, Blames Onstage Extra for Unplugged Mic
A clearly frustrated James Hetfield knocked down his microphone stand in anger after the song ended.
Metallica Will Be Joined by Lady Gaga at the Grammys
Metallica appear with Lady Gaga three years after their surprising turn at the Grammys with a classical pianist.
Seven Bands That Should Perform at Super Bowl 51 Instead of Lady Gaga
It's hard to recall sometimes, but at one point classic rock artists were the norm during halftime at the Super Bowl.
Most Disappointing Albums: More Than 100 Times Rock’s Biggest Bands Let Us Down
A disappointing album, as our list shows, isn't always a group's worst studio effort.
Allman Brothers Band Drummer Butch Trucks Dies
A cause of death for Butch Trucks, co-founding drummer with the Allman Brothers Band, was not immediately known.
Listen to Ray Davies’ New Song ‘Poetry’ From His First Album in Nearly 10 Years
The inspiration for this new studio project grew out of Ray Davies' 2013 autobiography, but it didn't come easy.
Classic Rock Vs. Donald Trump: Musicians Who Already Can’t Stand Our New President
Donald Trump's ascension to the presidency has not exactly been met with classic rock jubilation.
Paul McCartney Files Suit to Get the Beatles’ Songs Back
This fight actually dates back to 1985, when Michael Jackson memorably out-maneuvered Paul McCartney to purchase his early catalog.
Listen to David Crosby’s New Bi-Partisan Protest Song, ‘Capitol’
David Crosby's new track excoriates elected officials for putting personal gain above duty.
Lindsey Buckingham and Christine McVie Are Working on a Duet Album
Lindsey Buckingham and Christine McVie have decided to make their first-ever duet project, having apparently tired of waiting for Stevie Nicks to join sessions for a new Fleetwood Mac album.
16 Memorable Moments From U2’s First ‘Joshua Tree’ Tour
'The Joshua Tree' was more than a hit album, though it was certainly that. It was part of a phenomenon that would change U2 forever.