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: 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.
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Guns N’ Roses Will Play Another Reunion Concert
As for who will be on stage with the previously announced trio of core Guns N' Roses members? That's still unconfirmed.
Elton John, ‘Wonderful Crazy Night': Album Review
On paper, Elton John's rollicking Wonderful Crazy Night sounds like it should have been a blockbuster.
Super Bowl 50’s Classic Rock Commercials
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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.
Watch Bruce Springsteen Bring an 89-Year-Old Grandmother Onstage for ‘Dancing in the Dark’
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Super Bowl 49’s Best Classic Rock Commercials
Here's a look back at the best classic-rock commercials from 2015's Super Bowl XLIX.
Vinny Appice Says Jimmy Bain’s Death Was Leaked Before His Family Knew
"Within an hour and a half," Jimmy Bain's longtime bandmate says, "it was all over the internet and confirmed by people that have no business confirming anything."
Santana Announce Release Date for ‘Magical’ Reunion Album
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