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.
Miley Cyrus Inducts Joan Jett Into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame
Miley Cyrus inducted Joan Jett into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame tonight.
ZZ Top Will Perform With Weezer on Jimmy Kimmel’s Show Next Week
Jimmy Kimmel must really like those ZZ Top guys.
Elton John and the Who Headline 2015 New Orleans Jazz & Heritage Festival
The lineup for this year's New Orleans Jazz & Heritage Festival has been announced, and, like in recent years, it includes artists way beyond those jazz and heritage labels.
Led Zeppelin’s Expanded Three-Disc ‘Physical Graffiti’ Reissue Announced
Looks like the last week of February is the official release date for the expanded reissue of Led Zeppelin's classic sixth album 'Physical Graffiti.'
Brian Johnson Helps Billy Joel Welcome 2015 With an AC/DC Classic
AC/DC singer Brian Johnson rang in the new year last night by joining Billy Joel onstage to perform one of the band's all-time classic songs.
Saxon Postpone Tour Following Drummer Nigel Glockler’s Hospitalization
British heavy metal band Saxon have postponed the remainder of their 2015 tour dates after drummer Nigel Glockler was hospitalized.
Former Cake Drummer Pete McNeal Going to Prison for Child Molestation – UPDATED
A former drummer for the indie band Cake has been sentenced to prison on child molestation charges.
Rolling Stones Saxophonist Bobby Keys Dies at 70
Bobby Keys, the saxophone player who played on some of the Rolling Stones' biggest and best songs, has died.
Nikki Sixx Calls for Artists to Be Honest on Social Media
Nikki Sixx wants you to know that everything you read on his Facebook and Twitter accounts was written and posted by Sixx himself.
How Pink Floyd Built, Brick by Brick, ‘The Wall’
Roger Waters was already starting to live the life of an isolated rock star by the time he began working on Pink Floyd's 'The Wall' in 1978.
AC/DC Talk About Going on Without Malcolm Young in New Video
As the release date for AC/DC's new album, 'Rock or Bust,' approaches, the band has been in full promotional mode lately, talking about their new album, ailing guitarist Malcolm Young and their legacy after 40 years.
AC/DC Talk About Malcolm Young’s Dementia, Moving on Without Phil Rudd
AC/DC have been ramping up the promotion of their upcoming album, 'Rock or Bust.'