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, Paste, Spin, the Village Voice and other publications and websites. @mgallucci
Foo Fighters, ‘But Here We Are': Album Review
Band's 11th LP, and first since death of drummer Taylor Hawkins, peers into a dark void for answers.
35 Years Ago: Bob Dylan Sinks to New Depths on ‘Down in the Groove’
Just when you think his '80s couldn't get any worse ...
Paul Simon and Simon & Garfunkel Albums Ranked Worst to Best
He was always an uneasy folksinger, a role his record company tried to push him into starting with Simon & Garfunkel's debut.
Graham Nash, ‘Now': Album Review
Veteran singer-songwriter's first album in seven years surveys life (and death) from a personal lens.
Paul Simon, ‘Seven Psalms': Album Review
Stripped-down, 33-minute conceptual piece marks singer-songwriter's first work in five years.
Dire Straits Albums Ranked Worst to Best
Dire Straits released only a handful of albums during their brief time together. Which holds up best?
Why Bob Seger Steadied Course on ‘Stranger in Town’
He finally had a hit record with 1976's 'Night Moves.' So, why change what works?
Wilco Albums Ranked Worst to Best
They started out as an alt-country offshoot but soon turned into one of the best bands in America.
45 Years Ago: Tom Petty Just Misses on Rocked-Out ‘You’re Gonna Get It!’
They doubled down a year and a half after fooling some into thinking this was maybe a New Wave act.
Rod Stewart Albums Ranked Worst to Best
From soulful early records to that huge disco hit to five volumes of the Great American Songbook, there isn't a genre he hasn't tried.