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.
Def Leppard Will Reportedly Play ‘Hysteria’ in Its Entirety on 2018 Tour
Def Leppard's blockbuster 1987 album 'Hysteria' recently celebrated its 30th anniversary, but the band will continue the party next year.
Rolling Stones to Release ‘On Air’
The Rolling Stones' TV and radio broadcasts from the '60s will be the subject of a series of releases due later this year.
Paul McCartney Says Working With Kanye West Was ‘Intriguing Process’
Paul McCartney was part of sessions that yielded three songs which were eventually released by Kanye West.
Bruce Springsteen Reportedly Planning Two-Month Broadway Run This Fall
Bruce Springsteen will reportedly take his arena shows to the more intimate stages of Broadway later this year.
Revisiting Elton John’s First No. 1 Album, ‘Honky Chateau’
Elton John was well on his way to becoming a star when he released his fifth album in May 1972.
Cars Announce Expanded Editions of ‘Candy-O’ and ‘Panorama’ Albums
The Cars will release expanded versions of their second and third albums this summer.
How U2 Reinvented Themselves for the First Time on ‘Achtung Baby’
Up until the release of 'Achtung Baby,' U2 had been all about evolution, not reinvention.
Sting Announces 2017 Tour
Sting will be hitting the road next year in support of his just-released album, '57th & 9th.'
Bon Jovi Announce 2017 Tour, Push Back New Album’s Release Date
A handful of fans have already gotten a sample of Bon Jovi's new album in concert, but next year a whole lot more will also get their chance to see the band onstage.
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.