Michael Gallucci is the managing 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.
Poco’s Rusty Young Dies at 75
Band cofounder was the only constant member in its 50-plus-year career.
5 Reasons Carole King Should Be in the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame
She's already been inducted with ex-husband and onetime creative partner Gerry Goffin for songwriting, but she deserves to be in for her own achievements, too.
John Belushi Movies Ranked Worst to Best
Late comedian starred in less than a half-dozen films during his short career, but he made the most of his screen time.
Paul McCartney, ‘McCartney III': Album Review
Following 2018's ambitious 'Egypt Station,' legend strips back and goes totally solo for third one-man-band record.
Outfield Frontman Tony Lewis Dies at 62
London group hit the Top 10 in 1986 with "Your Love."
Tom Petty, ‘Wildflowers and All the Rest': Album Review
Solo LP from 1994 is expanded with outtakes, home recordings and a live disc, enriching an already rewarding record.
Bob Dylan, ‘Rough and Rowdy Ways': Album Review
First LP of new material in eight years is both a sign of the times and a nostalgic trip through the last century.
50 Years Ago: Bob Dylan Stumbles All Over Messy ‘Self Portrait’
Was his 10th album a joke? A rare misfire? A self-indulgent grab bag? Yes, and it still is.
How ‘The Long and Winding Road’ Served as the Beatles’ Requiem
This final classic-era single arrived three days after the release of the group's last album.
35 Years Ago: Tears for Fears Hit the Big Time With ‘Songs From the Big Chair’
The synth-pop duo's first LP was ignored in the U.S., but two years later they had a No. 1 album and single.
Neil Young Won’t Be Touring Anytime Soon
Singer-songwriter says he's "not focused on playing" this year.
When Francis Coppola Uncovered Vietnam’s Heart of Darkness in ‘Apocalypse Now’
The 'Godfather' director went into the jungle to make a new movie, and he barely made it out alive.