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.
Styx Set To Launch ‘The Mission,’ First New Studio Album in 14 Years
Styx's 'The Mission' is a concept album set in 2033 involving the first manned mission to Mars.
Ted Nugent Visits Donald Trump in the White House
Ted Nugent had dinner with President Donald Trump at the White House last night.
Peter Criss Explains His Decision to Retire
Kiss' founding drummer discussed why he's planning to hang it up after playing at a few Kiss conventions.
Timothy B. Schmit Looks Ahead to First Post-Glenn Frey Eagles Concert: ‘Life Goes On’
The bassist and singer spoke about the Eagles' decision to continue performing without founding guitarist and singer Glenn Frey.
John Geils of J. Geils Band Dies
J. Geils was found dead in his home in Groton, Mass., at the age of 71.
The Beatles Reportedly Correcting ‘A Truly Terrible Mistake’ With Expanded ‘Sgt. Pepper’ R…
Reports say the Beatles will be adding two songs to a 50th anniversary edition of 'Sgt. Pepper's Lonely Hearts Club Band.'
Pink Floyd’s ‘Dark Side of the Moon’ Recording Console Sells for $1.8 Million
An unnamed buyer has paid nearly $2 million for a piece of rock and roll history.
Don Hunstein, Legendary Classic Rock Photographer, Dies at 88
Hunstein was a staff photographer for Columbia Records and took the cover photo for 'The Freewheelin' Bob Dylan.'
Jimi Hendrix Estate Sues Hendrix’s Brother for Copyright Infringement
Once again, members of Jimi Hendrix's family find themselves on opposite sides of a fight for the rights to his name.
Quiet Riot to Re-Record Upcoming ‘Road Rage’ Album With New Singer James Durbin
Quiet Riot's upcoming album 'Road Rage' will be delayed as they re-record it with new singer James Durbin, who joined last week.
Gerald Scarfe’s Paintings From Pink Floyd’s ‘The Wall’ Are For Sale
11 pieces of art that Gerald Scarfe made for various adaptations of Pink Floyd's 'The Wall' are being sold.
Memorial Park Dedicated to the Victims of the Great White Concert Fire to Open
Fourteen years after 100 people were killed at a Great White concert, a park dedicated to their memory is set to open.