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.
Guns N’ Roses Studio Rumors Denied
Producer of T. Rex tribute album says band didn't record cover of "Children of the Revolution."
Ultimate Classic Rock to Co-Host Conversation With Joe Satriani
Legendary guitarist will appear at the MI Concert Hall in Los Angeles in January.
32 Times Rock Stars Threw Down on ‘Celebrity Deathmatch’
MTV's claymation show often featured rock stars literally beating the life out of each other.
2019 Concert Preview: Rock’s Biggest Tours
Some big names are hitting the road next year. Find out where and when they're playing.
Nikki Sixx Planning ‘Trilogy Project’ for 2019
Bassist is starting work on a new album, one of three projects he has in the works for next year.
Brian Wilson’s Career Renaissance to Be Chronicled in New Documentary
Although it doesn't yet have a title, the movie is almost completed.
Queen + Adam Lambert Announce 2019 North American ‘Rhapsody’ Tour
Following the success of 'Bohemian Rhapsody,' Queen + Adam Lambert revealed a 23-date tour of North America for the summer of 2019.
Dead and Company Announce 2019 U.S. Tour
The Grateful Dead offshoot band will play 19 shows in 14 cities next summer.
Tommy Lee Accuses Rapper Travis Scott of Ripping Off His Drum Coaster
Drummer claims rapper's stage prop looks too much like his 360 and Cruecifly stunts.
Metallica to Release ‘Helping Hands’ Live Acoustic Benefit Album
All Within My Hands Foundation show from earlier this month getting limited-edition vinyl release.
Bruce Springsteen Calls Donald Trump ‘Deeply Damaged’ and ‘Dangerous’
Rocker said president has "no interest in uniting the country" and lacks sense of community required for the job.
Metallica Lyrics Googled Shortly After Murder
Police say that, hours after killing his pregnant wife and two daughters, Chris Watts looked up the lyrics to Metallica's "Battery."