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’s 70th Birthday to Be Celebrated With Benefit Concert
Friends and colleagues of David Bowie will come together on Jan. 8, 2017 to pay tribute to him.
Gregg Allman Cancels All Remaining 2016 Shows
Due to ongoing health issues, Gregg Allman will not perform again until 2017.
Richie Sambora Never Wanted to Be in Kiss Anyway
Richie Sambora didn't mind not getting the job to replace Ace Frehley as Kiss' guitarist.
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.
Iggy Pop Is Still Recording Despite Thoughts About Retiring
Iggy Pop has recorded five songs, even though he's considering retirement.
Neil Young Announces New Album, ‘Peace Trail’
Neil Young will release 'Peace Trail' on Dec. 2.
Robert Plant Episode of ‘Austin City Limits’ to Premiere This Weekend
Robert Plant performed on the long-running PBS show back in March.
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.
Ron Wood, Don Was Confirm ‘Crude, Authentic’ Rolling Stones Blues Album
Some recent activity within the Rolling Stones camp says that an album of blues covers, with some help from Eric Clapton, could be out in December.
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.'
Axl Rose Being Sued by Former Guns N’ Roses Keyboardist Chris Pitman
Guns N' Roses former keyboardist is suing his former boss for $163,000 in unpaid wages.
The Beatles Being Sued Over Use of Shea Stadium Footage
A company representing promoter Sid Bernstein claims they are the rightful owners of the footage of the Beatles' Shea Stadium concert.