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.
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.
5 Reasons the Zombies Should Be in the Hall of Fame
The Zombies have been eligible for Rock and Roll Hall of Fame induction since 1989, but they've been nominated only two times.
50 Years Ago: Simon and Garfunkel Release Their First Classic Album, ‘Parsley, Sage, Rosem…
For the first time in Simon & Garfunkel's short career, they could take their time on an album.
The Story of the Police’s Smartest, Trickiest Album, ‘Ghost in the Machine’
Back in the day, it wasn't all that rare for a top-selling band to make music that was both smart and accessible.
The Beatles accomplished more in a fraction of their seven years together than most longer-surviving bands manage during their entire careers.
Billy Joel Schedules Surgery, Postpones Show
Billy Joel is scheduled to have surgery later this month, prompting a concert planned for the end of the month to be moved to November.
How John Lennon Reclaimed His Legacy With ‘Imagine’
John Lennon wasn't exactly feeling the post-Beatles blues in 1971, but his first few solo albums fell short of his band's commercial achievements.
Stevie Nicks and Pretenders Announce New Tour
Stevie Nicks will hit the road next month in support of her most recent solo album, and she's bringing the Pretenders with her.
It’s Official: Ringo Starr’s White Album Is Most Expensive Vinyl Ever
Ringo Starr made history when he auctioned off his rare personal copy of the Beatles' White Album, a U.K. pressing stamped No. 0000001.
That Time the Rolling Stones Plundered Their Vaults for ‘Tattoo You’
It's fitting that 'Tattoo You' was the last great Stones album, as its parts came from a past the band would soon leave behind.