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.
Listen to a Previously Unreleased Jethro Tull Song, ‘Bouree: Morgan Version': Exclusive Pr…
An exclusive premiere of Jethro Tull's 'Bouree: Morgan Version,' from the new reissue 'Stand Up: Elevated Edition.'
December 2016 New Music Releases
Ultimate Classic Rock takes a look at the best classic rock new music releases for the month of December 2016.
Neil Young Is Working With Rapper D.R.A.M.
Neil Young admits that it was "definitely a happening for me."
Queen Are Considering Recording New Music With Adam Lambert
Roger Taylor says it's "quite possible" Queen will record new songs with singer Adam Lambert in the future.
Watch the Rolling Stones’ Video for ‘Hate to See You Go’
"Hate to See You Go" is one of several songs on the new Rolling Stones album that were originally made famous by Little Walter, including the title track.
Listen to Foo Fighters Cover Rush’s ‘2112 Overture’
Geddy Lee and Alex Lifeson are giving Rush fans a sneak preview of bonus content from the upcoming 40th anniversary '2112' box set.
25 Times Classic Rock Stars Crashed the 2016 Presidential Election
A timeline offering a deeper look into classic rock's role in the Clinton / Trump presidential election.
Bad Company and Mott the Hoople Guitarist Mick Ralphs Suffers Stroke
Bad Company just finished an eight-city October trek with Mick Ralphs through the UK, their first in four years.
Rush Won’t Go Forward Without All Three Current Members
"We always said that if the three of us aren't on board," Rush's Geddy Lee confirms, "we don't do a thing."
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.
Pretenders, ‘Alone': Album Review
'Alone' isn't just about going forward without the other Pretenders.
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.