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.
Original Faith No More Singer Chuck Mosley Dies at 57
Chuck Mosley sang on Faith No More's first two albums, 1985's 'We Care a Lot' and 1987's 'Introduce Yourself.'
30 Years Ago: George Michael Goes Solo on ‘Faith’
It's not like Wham! were ever really a collaborative group.
5 Reasons Radiohead Should Be in the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame
Radiohead made the short list of nominees for the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame in their first year of eligibility.
Prince Dusts Off ‘Tick, Tick, Bang’ for ‘Graffiti Bridge': 365 Prince Songs in Year
Throughout his long and prolific career, Prince would tirelessly construct certain songs only to abandon them before anyone else ever got to hear them.
INXS Albums Ranked in Order of Awesomeness
Like many bands that came of age during New Wave's peak years, INXS didn't stick around in one place for too long.
Prince Channels James Brown, Gets Funky and Raw on ‘Gett Off': 365 Prince Songs in a Year
Prince entered the '90s bearing little resemblance to the Prince who entered the '80s.
25 Years Ago: Matthew Sweet Makes a Modern Power Pop Classic With ‘Girlfriend’
Matthew Sweet had been kicking around for almost a decade before he finally got his break with 1991's 'Girlfriend.'
Watch Paul McCartney and Rihanna Play ‘FourFiveSeconds’ at Desert Trip
Paul McCartney brought out a surprise guest during his set at the Desert Trip festival last night: Rihanna, the pop star with whom he collaborated on the 2015 song "FourFiveSeconds."
Lady Gaga Reportedly Bought Frank Zappa’s House
Lady Gaga reportedly has a new place to call home: the million-dollar house once owned by Frank Zappa.
Keith Richards Thinks the Rolling Stones Will Be Together Until They Die
In an admission that will probably surprise no one, guitarist Keith Richards said that death will be the only thing to put a stop to the Rolling Stones.