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.
Robin Williams Dead at 63 – Rockers React
The news of actor and comedian Robin Williams' death has shocked fans all over the world.
Morrissey Has Been Dropped by His Record Company
Days after Morrissey delivered another one of his online rants, this one about how much his record company sucks, the singer now claims that the label has dropped him.
Foo Fighters Clues May Lead to Album Artwork … or Something Else
The other day, the Foo Fighters teased fans on Facebook about some "big news" coming on Monday.
Watch Arcade Fire Cover the ‘Beverly Hills Cop’ Theme
One night after treating a Los Angeles audience to a mash-up of Jane's Addiction's 'Been Caught Stealing' and Guns N' Roses' 'Welcome to the Jungle,' Arcade Fire were at it again last night, giving Jack White some stiff competition for Cover Artist of the Year…
Fan Dies at Pemberton Music Festival
A 21-year-old man has died at this weekend's Pemberton Music Festival in British Columbia.
Eddie Vedder Addresses Anti-War Comments
Last weekend, while onstage at a Pearl Jam concert in England, Eddie Vedder launched into a profanity-laced, anti-war tirade.
Morrissey’s Producer Talks About the Star’s New Album, Song by Song
Morrissey's new album, 'World Peace Is None of Your Business,' is out today.
Conor Oberst’s Rape Accuser Apologizes, Says Everything She Said Was ‘False’
The woman who accused Conor Oberst of rape has issued an apology.
New Dead Weather and White Stripes Releases on the Way
Jack White has been super-busy lately, with a new album, tour and a bunch of cover songs to learn.
Jack White Is Covering a Whole Bunch of People in Concert These Days
Jack White is the new Arcade Fire, covering whomever the hell he chooses and whenever he feels like it.
Husker Du’s ‘Zen Arcade': 30 Years Later
Was there ever a better year for music than 1984?
Listen to Tricky’s Sputtering, Throbbing ‘Nicotine Love’
Tricky, who helped spur the trip-hop movement back in the mid-'90s when it looked like it actually might amount to something, is still making music.