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.
Olivia Newton-John’s Ex-Boyfriend, Missing Since 2005, Possibly Found in Mexico
Patrick McDermott, who went missing in 2005 and was presumed dead, has reportedly been found in a small village in Mexico.
Billy Gibbons Joins Guns N’ Roses at Houston Show
ZZ Top's frontman sat in with Guns N' Roses for "Patience" at the Toyota Center.
Bryan Adams Writes Score for ‘Pretty Woman’ Musical
The 1990 smash hit movie 'Pretty Woman' is being turned into a musical, with a world premiere next spring in Chicago in anticipation of a move to Broadway.
UPDATED: Foo Fighters Postpone Three Concerts Due to ‘Family Emergency’
Foo Fighters are only a week into their tour supporting Concrete and Gold, but unfortunately, they've already had to reschedule three of their shows.
Dweezil Zappa Will Not Be on the Frank Zappa Hologram Tour
The split between Frank Zappa's children over how to honor their father's legacy continues.
Watch Bruce Springsteen Sit in With Paul McCartney on ‘I Saw Her Standing There’ Twice
Bruce Springsteen took time out from preparing for Broadway to perform a Beatles classic with Paul McCartney.
Kid Rock Defends Himself Against Charges of Racism
With civil rights groups planning to protest his Detroit concerts this week, Kid Rock has taken exception to being called a racist.
Atlanta Braves Play ‘Rock You Like a Hurricane’ During Miami Marlins Game
Did the Atlanta Braves troll their opponents by playing the Scorpions' classic as Hurricane Irma was heading towards Florida?
Mick Fleetwood Remembers Fleetwood Mac’s Early Days in New Book
Fleetwood Mac's beginnings as a blues band are documented in a photo-intensive book by Mick Fleetwood.
See the First Picture of Rami Malek as Freddie Mercury
If you’ll believe that the Freddie Mercury biopic will happen when you see it, you’re about to get one step closer to believing it.