Nick DeRiso is associate editor of Ultimate Classic Rock. Named columnist of the year five times by the Associated Press, Louisiana Press Association and Louisiana Sports Writers Association during a lengthy career in newspapers, he previously oversaw a daily section that was named Top 10 in the nation by the AP.
UPDATE: Steve Perry Will Not Sing With Journey Tonight at the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame C…
TMZ has changed their story about Steve Perry performing with Journey at tonight's Rock and Roll Hall of Fame ceremony in Brooklyn, N.Y.
Paul McCartney Is Working With Another of Adele’s Producers
Greg Kurstin, who oversaw the smash hit “Hello,” is collaborating on Paul McCartney's as-yet-untitled new project.
Allman Brothers Band Announce Eight-Disc ‘Fox Box’
The set showcases performances from a tour in support of what would be the Allman Brothers Band's final studio effort.
Chuck Berry Dies at Age 90
Chuck Berry leaves behind a world of music utterly transformed by his presence.
How Peter Gabriel’s First Self-Titled Album Marked the Belated Beginning of His Solo Caree…
The nervy, lean 'Peter Gabriel' couldn't have been a bolder step away from what came before.
Eddie Van Halen Has Donated 75 of His Guitars to Public Schools
Eddie Van Halen's passion for music began as a child, and he's working to make sure future generations have the same opportunity.
Roy Orbison’s Son Secures Rights to Film the Story of ‘The Beatle Who Vanished’
Jimmie Nicol replaced Ringo Starr for 13 days during the Beatles' 1964 tour, then disappeared from public view.
Seven Bands That Should Perform at Super Bowl 51 Instead of Lady Gaga
It's hard to recall sometimes, but at one point classic rock artists were the norm during halftime at the Super Bowl.
Joe Walsh and Jackson Browne Top ‘Love Rocks NYC’ Concert’s All-Star Lineup
The Love Rocks NYC concert promises an evening packed with "songs of peace, love and hope."
Beatles, Guns N’ Roses, the Beach Boys and More: Charles Manson’s Often-Terrifying Music C…
Charles Manson famously made the Beatles a part of his murderous world view. But that's just the beginning of his story in rock.