Nick DeRiso is associate editor of Ultimate Classic Rock. Named columnist of the year five times by the Associated Press, Louisiana Press Association and Louisiana Sports Writers Association during a lengthy career in newspapers, he previously oversaw a daily section that was named Top 10 in the nation by the AP.
45 Years Ago: The Band Struggle Through Dark and Unfocused ‘Cahoots’
This has always felt like a breakup album.
Bruce Springsteen Announces Book Tour for Upcoming Memoir
Dates have been announced into October, and all events include a pre-signed copy of the book.
How Rock Music Was Reshaped on the Morning of 9/11
The tragedy cast a long shadow on the rock world and, in the days that followed, that shadow only lengthened.
Bruce Springsteen’s Upcoming Solo Album Won’t Be Anything Like ‘Nebraska’
Bruce Springsteen's next studio project will be a solo album, but it won't follow in the stripped-down acoustic tradition of classics like 1982's 'Nebraska.'
Queen Dominate New Scientific Study of History’s Most Addictive Songs
Queen finished with three of the Top 10 earworms of all time, according to researchers at the University of St. Andrews.
When David Bowie’s Reinvention Derailed on ‘Tin Machine II’
Tin Machine started as a moment of inspiration for David Bowie, something that broke a logjam of late-'80s disappointments – but the band quickly became something else.
Abbey Road Console Used by the Beatles Goes Up for Sale
Named REDD.37 after its design team in EMI's Record Engineering Development Department, the desk was used by the Beatles through the making of 'Let It Be.'
Paul McCartney Joined by Jon Bon Jovi and Jimmy Buffett at Hillary Clinton Fundraiser
Maybe it’s true that money can’t buy you love. But it can get you a private performance by some very famous people – including a Beatles legend.
Watch Phil Collins Recreate ‘Easy Lover’ With ‘Hamilton’ Star
This is Phil Collins' highest-profile performance yet in what has been a tentative return from retirement.
Check Out the Beatles’ Raucous Update of ‘Boys’ From ‘Live at the Hollywood Bowl’
A new version of "Boys" captures the hysteria surrounding the Beatles' early tours, but also brings Ringo Starr's vocal and his bandmates' fun shouts of "bop-shoo-wop" into the foreground.
Graham Nash Opens Up About Rift With David Crosby, but Won’t Rule Out Reunion
Graham Nash said a series of things led to his recent estrangement from longtime musical partner David Crosby, one that has essentially ended Crosby, Stills & Nash.
David Crosby Announces Fall U.S. Tour, Shares New Song
David Crosby says he plans to present songs from the forthcoming 'Lighthouse,' as well as reworked material from throughout his career.