Nick DeRiso is UCR's assistant managing editor. He was named columnist of the year five times by the Associated Press, Louisiana Press Association and Louisiana Sports Writers Association during a lengthy career in the newspaper industry, and previously oversaw a daily section that was named Top 10 in the nation by the AP.
50 Years Ago: How Derek and the Dominos Grew Out of George Harrison’s Debut
'All Things Must Pass' did more than launch his post-Beatles solo career.
George Harrison’s ‘All Things Must Pass’ Set for Expanded Remix
Updating the Phil Spector co-produced album was one of the former Beatles star's long-held goals.
RSD Black Friday Releases Include George Harrison, Dio and Stones
These special releases follow a trio of smaller events called RSD Drops.
50 Years Ago: The Rise and Fall of George Harrison’s ‘My Sweet Lord’
The first No. 1 hit by a former member of the Beatles quickly became the subject of a high-profile lawsuit.
December 2020 New Music Releases
Month gets off to a fast start before settling in for the traditional long winter's nap.
Top 20 Weirdest Beatles Songs
An intriguing pattern emerges, as Paul McCartney dominates this list.
Lindsey Buckingham Returns With an Exclusive Streaming Concert
He's been sidelined since early 2019 when a procedure damaged his vocal cords during open-heart surgery.
35 Years Ago: Sting Forms a Solo Persona With ‘Bring on the Night’
Tapped to make a movie about getting a new band together, director Michael Apted captured something else instead.
Doobie Brothers Officially Join the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame
Eligible since 1996, the band enters after its first nomination.
Luke Bryan Inducts the Doobie Brothers Into Rock Hall of Fame
He memorably joined the group onstage for a 2011 episode of CMT's 'Crossroads.'