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.
Guns N’ Roses Confirm 20-City U.S. Tour
Guns N' Roses will play an expanded 21-city tour after a previously announced set of six reunion shows, their publicist confirms.
The History of AC/DC and the ‘Night Stalker’ Murders
Richard Ramirez, a transient based in Los Angeles, spent a terrifying portion of 1984 and 1985 committing a string of unspeakable crimes under cover of darkness.
Sony to Buy Michael Jackson’s Publishing Company, Including Beatles Catalog
Michael Jackson outbid Paul McCartney for ATV Music in 1985, paying more than $40 million and fracturing their relationship.
Don Henley Confirms That the Eagles Are Done
Don Henley is already considering his next solo move, which could be quite different from the recent country-focused 'Cass County.'
Keith Emerson of Emerson Lake and Palmer Dies
Emerson Lake and Palmer bandmate Carl Palmer has confirmed that Keith Emerson passed last night in Santa Monica, Calif.
AC/DC Postpone Tour As Brian Johnson Faces ‘Total Hearing Loss’
AC/DC frontman Brian Johnson has been "advised by doctors to stop touring immediately." The band is now considering using guest singers for their remaining U.S. dates.
Eagles Co-Founder Randy Meisner’s Wife Shot to Death
Randy Meisner has been cleared in the incident, which authorities now say was the result of a bizarre accident.
Update: Is David Lee Roth’s New Song a Farewell to Van Halen? Yes, Maybe
Tucked away inside the latest episode of David Lee Roth's 'Roth Show' was a mournful new song – and it's resulted in some ruminating among Van Halen fans.
Mike Love Plans to Tell His Side of Beach Boys Story in New Book
Mike Love is still battling for his share of Beach Boys credit.
Eagles, Jackson Browne Pay Emotional Tribute to Glenn Frey at the Grammys
Jackson Browne and Glenn Frey co-wrote "Take It Easy," the opening track on the Eagles' 1972 self-titled debut – and the band's first hit single.
A Momentary Lapse? David Gilmour Identified as ‘Random Man’ by YouTube Star
YouTube star Zoella posted a picture she took of a "random man and his dog" a few years ago on Instagram.
The Day the Eagles Fired Don Felder
Only two members of the Eagles had enjoyed longer tenures in the band when Don Felder was fired on Feb. 6, 2001.