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.
Listen to Roger Waters’ Biting New Song, ‘Smell the Roses’
A day after Roger Waters shared the track listing and a few details about his new album, the first song from the record has been released.
Phil Collen, Warren DeMartini and Paul Gilbert to Join Joe Satriani at 2017 G4 Experience
Joe Satriani's annual G4 Experience has announced the lineup for this year's outing.
Listen to Bob Dylan’s ‘My One and Only Love’ From Upcoming ‘Triplicate’ Album
Bob Dylan will release more music from the days when your grandparents were getting busy next month.
Roger Waters and Nick Mason Say They’d Reunite With David Gilmour as Pink Floyd for Glasto…
Roger Waters and Nick Mason said they would be willing to reunite as Pink Floyd for a performance at the Glastonbury music festival.
How Fleetwood Mac Made a Masterpiece Out of Messy Relationships on ‘Rumours’
After years simmering beneath the surface of mainstream tastes, Fleetwood Mac finally hit the big time in 1975.
Ozzy Osbourne on Black Sabbath’s Farewell Show: ‘I’ve Been Tearful’
As Black Sabbath prepare for their farewell show this weekend, at least one member is choked up at the prospect of the band's final gig.
Roger Waters Offers Preview of First Album in 25 Years
Roger Waters is collaborating with producer Nigel Godrich, who's worked with Paul McCartney and Radiohead, among others.
Rolling Stones, ‘Blue & Lonesome': Album Review
The Rolling Stones were never really a thinking band.
Grateful Dead Launching 50th Anniversary Album Reissue Series Next Year
The Grateful Dead will celebrate the 50th anniversary of their recording career next year with a new album reissue series.
The Who, ‘My Generation Super Deluxe Edition': Album Review
The Who got bigger, brainier, better and generally tougher as they grew. But they were never as fiercely raw as they were on their first album.