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.
‘Grateful Dead Movie’ Coming to Theaters for One Night Only
The Grateful Dead's 1977 concert film, 'The Grateful Dead Movie,' will return to theaters for one night only to celebrate its 40th anniversary this year.
The Who Announce Las Vegas Residency
The Who have announced a residency in Las Vegas for this summer.
Watch Charlize Theron Kick Some Ass to a Queen Classic in New ‘Atomic Blonde’ Trailer
We can't think of a more appropriate song for the three-minute trailer for Charlize Theron's new movie.
The Clash Albums Ranked Worst to Best
There was a time when the Clash were called "the only band that matters."
Lou Reed Strips Down and Makes His Best Album in Years, ‘The Blue Mask’
Lou Reed's career was in a rut as the '70s turned into the '80s.
Listen to the Song Bruce Springsteen Wrote for a ‘Harry Potter’ Movie
Back in 2001, Bruce Springsteen wrote and recorded a song for the first Harry Potter movie, 'Harry Potter and the Sorcerer's Stone.'
Spinal Tap File $400 Million Lawsuit Over Unpaid Royalties
The three members of Spinal Tap and the director of the 1984 movie about the fictional band are involved in a very real lawsuit.
The Doors Announce 50th Anniversary Deluxe Edition of Debut Album
The Doors' self-titled debut, which was released 50 years ago today, will mark its golden anniversary with a three-disc deluxe edition.
The Story of David Bowie’s First Masterpiece ‘Hunky Dory’
Decades after its release, 'Hunky Dory' sounds like the album where Bowie starts to become Bowie.
The Story of Cream’s First Album, ‘Fresh Cream’
When Ginger Baker, Jack Bruce and Eric Clapton got together as Cream in 1966, there was already some history among them.
How the Rolling Stones Survived the ’80s
Like many classic rockers, the Rolling Stones started the '80s in pretty good shape. By the time the decade was over, however, they were barely left standing.
Roger Daltrey Says Rock ‘n’ Roll Has ‘Reached a Dead End’
Roger Daltrey, the man who once sang "Long Live Rock," has declared that the genre is dead.