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.
Roger Daltrey Says Rock ‘n’ Roll Has ‘Reached a Dead End’
Roger Daltrey, the man who once sang "Long Live Rock," has declared that the genre is dead.
5 Reasons the Zombies Should Be in the Hall of Fame
The Zombies have been eligible for Rock and Roll Hall of Fame induction since 1989, but they've been nominated only two times.
Phil Chess, Co-Founder of Influential Blues Label Chess Records, Dies at 95
Phil Chess, who started the influential blues label Chess Records with his brother Leonard, has died at age 95.
Roger Waters Announces 2017 North American Tour
We now know what Roger Waters was up to with the recent cryptic posts on his website. He has a new tour coming next year.
Bon Jovi Announce 2017 Tour, Push Back New Album’s Release Date
A handful of fans have already gotten a sample of Bon Jovi's new album in concert, but next year a whole lot more will also get their chance to see the band onstage.
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.
The Story of the Police’s Smartest, Trickiest Album, ‘Ghost in the Machine’
Back in the day, it wasn't all that rare for a top-selling band to make music that was both smart and accessible.
Ritchie Blackmore’s Rainbow Announce ‘Memories in Rock’ Live DVD and CD
Ritchie Blackmore's Rainbow will release a live set culled from the handful of shows they played earlier this year.
Robert Plant Joins Concerts for Refugees Tour
Robert Plant has joined the lineup for the Lampedusa tour, an 11-date benefit show for refugees.
Rolling Stones, ‘The Rolling Stones in Mono': Album Review
Most popular artists didn't start exclusively mixing their records to stereo until 1968 or so.