Dave Lifton, who writes for both Ultimate Classic Rock and Diffuser, is a podcaster and author of several books. A native of New York, he now lives in Chicago, where he's usually staring out at Lake Michigan from his apartment or getting into arguments with Bears fans. Also, he likes Bruce Springsteen and pulled pork sandwiches.
Gregg Allman’s Solo Debut ‘Laid Back’ Getting Deluxe Edition
The 1973 LP will be reissued along with the live album 'The Gregg Allman Tour.'
Queen and Adam Lambert Kick Off ‘Rhapsody’ Tour: Set List, Photos and Videos
With public interest high after the success of 'Bohemian Rhapsody,' band begins new tour in Vancouver.
‘Stranger Things’ Season 3 Soundtrack Features Cars, Who, More
Netflix hit show's new episodes include plenty of '80s classics.
Unreleased Bruce Springsteen Song Highlights Movie Soundtrack
'Blinded by the Light' LP includes a dozen Boss tracks, including new "I'll Stand by You."
Watch Steven Tyler Sitting in With Paul McCartney
Aerosmith singer spent his night off from Las Vegas residency by singing a Beatles classic with Paul McCartney.
Billy Gibbons’ Third Solo Album Will Pay Tribute to Joe Hardy
ZZ Top frontman will honor his friend and longtime engineer on next LP.
How Bryan Adams Learned His ‘Reckless’ Masters Were Destroyed
Reading the news of the 2008 Universal fire helped Bryan Adams understand why his label didn't have the masters to his album 'Reckless.'
Sharon Osbourne Slams Donald Trump’s Use of Ozzy Osbourne’s ‘Crazy Train’
Sharon Osbourne has issued a statement saying President Trump's use of "Crazy Train" in a tweet was unauthorized.
Santana and the Doobie Brothers Kick Off ‘Supernatural Now’ Tour: Set List and Video
A pair of Bay Area classic rockers began their tour in Phoenix.
Motley Crue to Release ‘The Dirt’ Audiobook
Band will release audio version of memoir nearly 20 years after it was published.
Dave Mustaine Diagnosed With Throat Cancer
Megadeth have canceled many of their shows following frontman's revelation.
50 Wildly Diverse Covers of the Beatles’ ‘Yesterday’
Versions of Paul McCartney's standard range from country and metal, to reggae and classical, to bluegrass and barbershop quartet.