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 Beatles accomplished more in a fraction of their seven years together than most longer-surviving bands manage during their entire careers.
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.
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.
Watch Pink Floyd’s New Video for ‘Grantchester Meadows’
Pink Floyd's upcoming box 'The Early Years 1965-1972' is one of the most anticipated sets of the year-end rush. Here's the first video.
Ozzy Osbourne Has No Interest in Becoming a Country Singer
With more and more classic rockers feeling the pull toward country music these days, there's one old-school singer who has no interest in heading down that path: Ozzy Osbourne.
Watch Bruce Dickinson’s Airlander 10 Aircraft Crash During Flight
Airlander 10, the aircraft that's partly backed by Iron Maiden singer Bruce Dickinson, crashed during its second flight.
Metallica Plan ‘Some Proper Penetration of America’ on New Tour
With a new album scheduled for release later this year, Metallica are now making plans for 2017.
Paul McCartney Signs New Deal With Capitol Records
Paul McCartney has signed a new deal with Capitol Records, marking his return to the label that he called home for most of his long career.
Listen to Kansas’ New Song, ‘With This Heart’
Kansas are preparing for their first new album in 16 years next month with the release of one of the LP's songs.
That Time Bob Dylan Crashed His Motorcycle … or Did He?
Just a few weeks after Bob Dylan released the final album in one of rock's greatest runs, he almost ended his life.