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
Ronnie Spector Dies at Age 78
Singer found fame as the voice on some of the '60s' greatest songs and as the original "bad girl of rock 'n' roll."
Elton John, ‘The Lockdown Sessions': Album Review
Stevie Nicks, Eddie Vedder, Stevie Wonder and others join legend on new collaborative LP.
Yes, ‘The Quest': Album Review
Band's first album in seven years goes through some similar motions, with varying effect.
45 Years Ago: Stevie Wonder Releases His Masterpiece, ‘Songs in the Key of Life’
He didn't have to prove anything by this point, but he doubled down on his legend anyway.
Reissue Roundup: Summer Sets From Eric Clapton, Motorhead and More
Recent archival releases include expanded box sets, rare live LPs and revised compilations.
Lindsey Buckingham, ‘Lindsey Buckingham': Album Review
First solo album since Fleetwood Mac split is more of the same from oddball-genius singer and guitarist.
Top 25 Soul Albums of the ’70s
There's more to the decade than Marvin Gaye and Stevie Wonder, but those legends are well represented.
55 Years Ago: The Byrds Launch a New Chapter With ‘Eight Miles High’
Inspired by John Coltrane, the folk rockers turn a page that helps change course of music history.
Top 25 Psychedelic Rock Albums
Blues, folk, world music – no genre escaped the kaleidoscopic pull of the '60s' trippiest sound.
John Belushi Movies Ranked Worst to Best
Late comedian starred in less than a half-dozen films during his short career, but he made the most of his screen time.
Paul McCartney, ‘McCartney III': Album Review
Following 2018's ambitious 'Egypt Station,' legend strips back and goes totally solo for third one-man-band record.
45 Years Ago: ‘One Flew Over the Cuckoo’s Nest’ Becomes an Instant Classic
Movie went on to win all five major Academy Awards, only the second film in history to do so.