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.
David Bowie Was Planning to Write Another Album
Despite his terminal illness, David Bowie was thinking about a new project beyond 'Blackstar.'
Listen to the Rolling Stones’ ‘Ride ‘Em on Down’
The Rolling Stones have given us a third taste of their upcoming 'Blue & Lonesome' record.
Foo Fighters Announce New 2017 Tour Date
We're compiling all the 2017 tour dates for Foo Fighters as they become official.
Ozzy Osbourne Is Writing Songs With Steve Stevens
As Black Sabbath prepares its last-ever show, Ozzy Osbourne spoke of plans to continue his solo career.
Eddie Vedder Reacts to Cubs’ World Series Win
Eddie Vedder was spotted by a reporter following the Chicago Cubs' victory in the World Series last night.
Aerosmith’s Steven Tyler and Joe Perry Meet President Obama
President Obama invited Steven Tyler and Joe Perry aboard Air Force One for a chat when they were both at the Orlando airport.
Phil Collins Says He Did Not Divorce His Wife By Fax
Phil Collins denied a rumor that's been circulating for more than 20 years.
Neil Young Announces New Album, ‘Peace Trail’
Neil Young will release 'Peace Trail' on Dec. 2.
Watch Paul McCartney and Neil Young Perform ‘A Day in the Life’ at Desert Trip
Neil Young sat in with Paul McCartney on the 'Sgt. Pepper's Lonely Hearts Club Band' closing track.
Ozzy Osbourne Once Texted Robert Plant About a Lost Cat
Ozzy Osbourne's inability to properly use his cellphone resulted in a text sent to the Led Zeppelin legend.
Bruce Springsteen Was So Depressed He Didn’t Want to Get Out of Bed
Bruce Springsteen talked about his frequent battles with depression on 'CBS Sunday Morning.'
Watch Members of Anthrax and Slayer Cover Bryan Adams’ ‘Summer of ’69’
Joey Belladonna joined three-fourths of Slayer on a cover of Bryan Adams' hit in Montreal.