Nick DeRiso is UCR's assistant managing editor, and author of 'Journey: Worlds Apart.' He has been named columnist of the year five times by the Associated Press, Louisiana Press Association, and Louisiana Sports Writers Association, and previously oversaw a daily newspaper section that was named Top 10 in the nation by the AP.
Listen to Robert Plant’s Rare Solo Performance of Led Zeppelin’s ‘Kashmir’
Robert Plant hasn’t performed "Kashmir" since Led Zeppelin’s 2007 reunion. More interestingly, he apparently has never covered it as a solo artist.
Pink Floyd’s ‘The Wall’ Opera Debuts in Montreal, U.S. Premiere Date Announced
Composer Roger Waters was in attendance at 'Another Brick in the Wall: The Opera' was unveiled by the Opéra de Montréal at Place des Arts.
The Day Boston Frontman Brad Delp Died
Without his soaring vocals, their first album might have been just a bunch of really cool guitar-focused demos from Tom Scholz.
Recording Console Used for Pink Floyd’s ‘Dark Side of the Moon’ to be Auctioned
One of two custom made by EMI's engineers, the console was in use at Abbey Road from 1971-83.
UPDATE: SXSW Threatens Deportation for International Artists Who Play Unofficial Shows, Festival Responds
SXSW is cracking down on invited bands that play elsewhere during the annual Austin-based music showcase, leading to a cancellation by at least one act.
Airbourne’s Video for Lemmy Tribute Song Features Classic Motorhead Footage
"It's All For Rock 'n' Roll" closes out Airbourne's current studio effort, 'Breakin' Outta Hell.'
Unconfirmed Rumor: Axl Rose and Angus Young Prepping New AC/DC Album
Guns N' Roses' touring commitments are reportedly the only thing holding up a possible new AC/DC studio project featuring Axl Rose.
Eddie Van Halen Has Donated 75 of His Guitars to Public Schools
Eddie Van Halen's passion for music began as a child, and he's working to make sure future generations have the same opportunity.
Metallica’s World Tour Will Apparently Be Announced on Monday
Metallica have already played some early dates in Latin America, while promising “many more shows to come.”
Why Looking Back Worked on Van Halen’s ‘Different Kind of Truth’
Stealing from themselves is actually old hat for the band.
Beatles, Guns N’ Roses, the Beach Boys and More: Charles Manson’s Often-Terrifying Music Connections
He famously made the Beatles a part of his murderous worldview, but that's just the beginning.
2017 Classic Rock Preview: What to Expect From Over 100 Big Acts
Looking ahead to 2017, some things are clear in the world of classic rock – while others most certainly are not.