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 the newspaper industry, he previously oversaw a daily section that was named Top 10 in the nation by the AP.
Ringo Starr Confirms Box Set Reissue of Beatles ‘Abbey Road’
They have already remastered and expanded 1967's 'Sgt. Pepper's Lonely Hearts Club Band' and 1968's self-titled 'White Album.'
Foreigner Set for 10-Show Las Vegas Residency in 2020
Now, all they have to do is figure out how to fit in all of the band's most familiar songs.
Metallica’s Commemorative ‘S&M2′ Concert to Screen in Theaters
The first show celebrating 1999's symphonic live album sold out so quickly that some fans suspected online bots were involved.
40 Years Ago: When Pat Benatar Helped Rescue John Cougar’s Career
The erstwhile John Cougar's self-titled third album re-gained momentum after an unlikely assist.
30 Years Ago: Paul McCartney Gets Nostalgic During Rehearsals for Comeback Tour
The former Beatles star's 1989 preview underscored a new openness to his storied – but often avoided – past.
Robbie Robertson Returns With Movie-Inspired ‘Sinematic’
His first new solo album since 2011 will arrive in conjunction with the premiere of 'Once Were Brothers' at the Toronto International Film Festival.
50 Years Ago: Paul McCartney Carefully Constructs Badfinger’s Breakout Moment
Before "Come and Get It," their career highlight had been 1968's "Maybe Tomorrow," which stalled at a disappointing No. 67.
30 Years Ago: Ringo Starr Emerges From Troubled Era With First All-Starr Band
The former Beatles drummer has since led more than dozen guest-packed tours, with a revolving group of collaborators.
Art Neville, Early Funk Pioneer, Dies at 81
Co-founder of the Meters and then the Neville Brothers had several notable rock connections.
Replacements Remix ‘Don’t Tell a Soul’ for Expanded Box
'Dead Man's Pop' set rectifies a longstanding issue that frontman Paul Westerberg had with the album's sound.
30 Years Ago: Why Jefferson Airplane’s Reunion Crash Landed
Ironically, a desire to remain creative in the studio ended up tearing the group apart again.
Roger Waters Shares Clip From ‘Call to Action’ Film ‘Us and Them’
Tickets are now on sale for special screenings of the concert movie to be held later this fall.