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 the newspaper industry, he previously oversaw a daily section that was named Top 10 in the nation by the AP.
Bruce Springsteen Announces New Solo Album ‘Western Stars’
This is his first new music since 'High Hopes' and the EP 'American Beauty' capped a period of renewed studio activity back in 2014.
May 2019 New Music Releases
A trio of classic rock's best-known performers charge forward with new music, while two others take a look back.
The Best Song From Every Tom Petty Album
There's a common thread here, and it's the Heartbreakers.
How John Lennon Told the Story of His Love for Yoko Ono in Song
These narratives continued through a posthumous album released years after the ex-Beatles star's murder.
Creedence Clearwater Revival Have Resolved Long-Standing Issues
Bassist Stu Cook says surviving members are "not sniping at each other anymore."
Rod Stewart Set for Rare Reunion With Jeff Beck
Their last full-length appearance together took place more than 35 years ago.
Fleetwood Mac Solo Albums Ranked Worst to Best
There have been more than 40 of these outside projects, which deepen and add to the band's legacy.
15 Years Ago: Why Guns N’ Roses Tried to Stop Their Own Greatest Hits LP
Compilation reached the Top 5 in the States after topping U.K. charts.
Jon Anderson Hopes for Yes Reunion Now That ARW Are on Hiatus
The singer's most recent album with his old band was 2001's 'Magnification.'
Hear Keith Richards’ ‘Big Town Playboy’ From Debut Album Box Set
This is one of six previously unheard songs included in an upcoming expanded reissue of 'Talk Is Cheap.'
Why There Probably Won’t Be a ‘Bohemian Rhapsody’ Sequel
Most award-winning blockbuster hit movies are surrounded by this kind of rumor, and Queen's biopic is no different.
Neal Schon Opens ‘Journey Through Time’ Tour: Set List, Videos
The guitarist was joined by former bandmates Gregg Rolie and Deen Castronovo for a 25-song show.