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 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.
The Doors Announce 50th Anniversary Deluxe Edition of Debut Album
The Doors' self-titled debut, which was released 50 years ago today, will mark its golden anniversary with a three-disc deluxe edition.
The Story of David Bowie’s First Masterpiece ‘Hunky Dory’
Decades after its release, 'Hunky Dory' sounds like the album where Bowie starts to become Bowie.
Cream’s Debut Album to Be Reissued in Four-Disc Deluxe Edition
Cream's 1966 debut album will celebrate its 50th anniversary a month late with a four-disc deluxe edition set for release in 2017.
Revisiting Sly and the Family Stone’s ‘There’s a Riot Goin’ On’
If one album summed up the mood of 1971 in 45 minutes, it was Sly & the Family Stone's 'There's a Riot Goin' On.'
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.
Sting Announces 2017 Tour
Sting will be hitting the road next year in support of his just-released album, '57th & 9th.'
Pink Floyd Discography
Where Pink Floyd started and where they ended up are entirely different places.
25 Years Ago: Matthew Sweet Makes a Modern Power Pop Classic With ‘Girlfriend’
Matthew Sweet had been kicking around for almost a decade before he finally got his break with 1991's 'Girlfriend.'
Robert Plant Joins Concerts for Refugees Tour
Robert Plant has joined the lineup for the Lampedusa tour, an 11-date benefit show for refugees.
45 Years Ago: Grateful Dead Release Their Second Live Album, ‘Skull and Roses’
Even back in 1971, barely five years after they formed, the Grateful Dead knew the power of their live shows.
Police Albums Ranked Worst to Best
Most artists resist labels. The Police were one of the few bands that distanced itself from them by making music that couldn't be classified.