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.
FBI Investigates Upcoming Jackson Browne Concert as Possible Terrorist Target
A Jackson Browne concert scheduled for Tuesday is reportedly part of an FBI investigation after banners were found outside of an Indiana church that threatened a massacre.
Dead and Company Announce 2018 Tour
Dead & Company are hitting the road again this summer, and they've lined up two dozen dates that will take them throughout the U.S.
Howard Stern Will Induct Bon Jovi Into Rock Hall
Howard Stern will induct Bon Jovi into the Rock & Roll Hall of Fame during the ceremony scheduled for April.
Brian Wilson’s High School ‘F’ Switched to ‘A’
Back in 1959, Brian Wilson submitted a song to his high-school music class. His teacher gave him an "F."
Listen to Jimi Hendrix’s Previously Unreleased ‘Mannish Boy’ Cover
The latest posthumous release by Jimi Hendrix will be available in March, but you can hear the first track from 'Both Sides of the Sky' now.
Paul McCartney Says ‘Future of Music Is in Danger’
Paul McCartney is supporting the U.K. Music Initiative, a new Parliamentary campaign that hopes to save music venues from closing.
Robert Plant Announces New Live ‘Festival of Disruption’ DVD
Robert Plant will release a live DVD that features an eight-song performance with his current band the Sensational Space Shifters.
Tedeschi Trucks Band Announce 2018 Summer Tour
The Tedeschi Trucks Band have announced a run of tour dates for this summer.
Listen to Early Version of Fleetwood Mac’s ‘Landslide’
An expanded version of Fleetwood Mac's breakthrough self-titled album is coming out in a couple weeks, but you can hear one of the set's many bonus songs now.
Tom Petty and Neil Young Publisher Sues Spotify for $1.6 Billion
Wixen Music Publishing, which owns songs by Tom Petty and Neil Young, is suing Spotify for $1.6 billion.