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.
Bob Dylan Finally Breaks His Silence on the Nobel Prize
Far from shunning the award, Bob Dylan aims to be there to receive his Nobel Prize for literature.
Chicago Replace Longtime Singer and Bassist Jason Scheff
Singer/bassist Jason Scheff, who took over for Peter Cetera before 1986’s Chicago '18,' had cited "family health reasons" for a leave of absence back in May.
Bob Dylan Seems Kind of ‘Meh’ on the Whole Nobel Prize Thing
Bob Dylan doesn't appear to be all that into his Nobel Prize for literature.
Sammy Hagar Says U.S. Has ‘Never Had Two Less Likable Candidates’
While Sammy Hagar finds both presidential hopefuls lacking, he says their candidacy will bring about something important in the U.S.
Ozzy Osbourne Nearly Choked to Death on a Vitamin
Add strangling on a daily vitamin to the growing list of things that have almost killed Ozzy Osbourne.
Bruce Springsteen Announces Book Tour for Upcoming Memoir
Dates have been announced into October, and all events include a pre-signed copy of the book.
Queen Dominate New Scientific Study of History’s Most Addictive Songs
Queen finished with three of the Top 10 earworms of all time, according to researchers at the University of St. Andrews.
Abbey Road Console Used by the Beatles Goes Up for Sale
Named REDD.37 after its design team in EMI's Record Engineering Development Department, the desk was used by the Beatles through the making of 'Let It Be.'
Graham Nash Opens Up About Rift With David Crosby, but Won’t Rule Out Reunion
Graham Nash said a series of things led to his recent estrangement from longtime musical partner David Crosby, one that has essentially ended Crosby, Stills & Nash.
Check Out This Heavy Metal Version of Toto’s ‘Africa’
The members of Cleveland-based Affiance came upon this radio staple again not long after a tour through the very same continent.
Science Proves Sting Has an Unusual Reaction to Music
A scientific study of Sting's brain found he made surprising musical connections, among them the deeper similarities between an Argentine tango and the Beatles.
Listen to David Lee Roth Update Gerry Rafferty’s ‘Baker Street’
You might remember a snippet of David Lee Roth singing "Baker Street" on the 'No Holds Bar-B-Que' video. Now, you can hear the whole thing.