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.
1968’s Best Rock Albums
Nineteen-sixty-seven's cultural shifts resonated straight into the next decade, but no year felt them more than 1968.
That Time Bruce Springsteen Tried to Crash Graceland
Bruce Springsteen tried to crash Graceland on April 29, 1976.
AC/DC Fans Can Get a Refund for Axl Rose Show
Refunds are available for AC/DC fans who were expecting to see and hear the band's longtime singer Brian Johnson onstage with them in London but are getting Axl Rose instead.
The Story of the Ramones’ Influential Debut Album
The Ramones sounded like everybody and nobody else.
Carlos Santana Wants Journey to Get Back Together With Steve Perry
Now that Carlos Santana has gotten his old band back together, he's trying to reunite another group's classic lineup.
1966’s Best Rock Albums
In a way, 1965 was the nascent start of the classic-rock era, that moment when the rock 'n' roll single yielded its power to the album format. But 1966 is when it all started to make sense.
Yes Announce 2016 ‘The Album Series’ Tour
Yes are going on the road again this summer, and they're returning to the popular Album Series format.
Aerosmith May Launch Farewell Tour Next Year
Aerosmith are thinking about a farewell tour in 2017.
Jeff Beck Announces New Album
Jeff Beck will release a new studio album this summer.
Cheap Trick, ‘Bang, Zoom, Crazy … Hello': Album Review
In the seven years since Cheap Trick's last album, the usual things that sometimes happen to bands that have been around as long as they have happened.