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.
Paul McCartney Says ‘Future of Music Is in Danger’
Paul McCartney is supporting the U.K. Music Initiative, a new Parliamentary campaign that hopes to save music venues from closing.
Listen to Early Version of Fleetwood Mac’s ‘Landslide’
An expanded version of Fleetwood Mac's breakthrough self-titled album is coming out in a couple weeks, but you can hear one of the set's many bonus songs now.
Frank Zappa’s Roxy Shows Collected on New Box
Frank Zappa's legendary 1973 concerts at the Roxy are being collected for a new seven-disc box set.
U2, ‘Songs of Experience': Album Review
U2's last album, 2014's 'Songs of Innocence,' was overshadowed by the PR stunt that accompanied the record's release.
Neil Young and Promise of the Real, ‘The Visitor': Album Review
Neil Young's first two collaborations with Promise of the Real, the band led by Willie Nelson's son Lukas Nelson, sounded like tethered Crazy Horse albums.
Three New Microbe Species Named After Rush
Three new species of microbes have been named after Rush.
50 Years Ago: The Beatles Make a Semi-Soundtrack, ‘Magical Mystery Tour’
The Beatles were on a roll in 1967.
Fleetwood Mac’s 1975 Album Is Getting Expanded
Fleetwood Mac's breakthrough self-titled 1975 album will be expanded and reissued.
Joni Mitchell Albums Ranked Worst to Best
Joni Mitchell's individuality set her apart from her singer-songwriter peers in the '70s.
Eurythmics Albums Ranked in Order of Awesomeness
Eurythmics had one thing their MTV-era synth-pop contemporaries didn't: Annie Lennox.
David Bowie and Elton John Arranger Paul Buckmaster Dies at 71
Paul Buckmaster, a Grammy-winning arranger and artist who worked with Elton John and the Rolling Stones, has died.
Robert Plant Hates His ‘Horrific’ Early Led Zeppelin Vocals
Robert Plant said he's not a fan of his singing on some of the earliest Led Zeppelin records.