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.
How LSD and a Hookup Inspired Tom Petty’s ‘Even the Losers’
Running into a school crush while high on acid resulted in the 'Damn the Torpedoes' classic.
Jefferson Starship to Release ‘Mother of the Sun’ Album
First release in 12 years comes at a time of improved chemistry for the band.
Rolling Stones to Screen ‘Havana Moon’ at Drive-Ins
Band's historic concert in Cuba will be shown at drive-ins across North America.
Hear Bruce Kulick and Chris Jericho Cover Kiss’ ‘Heart of Chrome’
Wrestler's band Kuarantine recorded a new version of the 'Revenge' track.
Blue Oyster Cult Announce New ‘The Symbol Remains’ Studio Album
New record will be their first studio effort since 2001's 'Curse of the Hidden Mirror.'
Carlos Santana’s ‘Stunning’ Home Is for Sale for $3 Million
Guitarist is selling the home for $300,000 more than he purchased it for last year.
Mick Jagger Year by Year: Photos 1962-2020
More than five decades' worth of photos of the Rolling Stones singer, including many with his famous bandmates and friends.
Penny Lane Not Named After Slave Trader
Liverpool's International Slavery Museum says there's no connection between street and James Penny.
‘The Blues Brothers’ at 40: A Briefcase Full of Wild Movie Facts
As wild and sprawling as 'The Blues Brothers' is, the story of the creation of the movie might be even crazier.
Penny Lane Could Be Renamed Due to Possible Slavery Connection
It's unknown if Liverpool street memorialized in Beatles song is named after a slave trader.
What Songs Has Fleetwood Mac Played the Most in Concert?
Tracks from their classic lineup get performed the most, regardless of who's in or out of the band.
Prince’s Famous Cloud 2 ‘Blue Angel’ Guitar Is for Sale
Instrument used onstage for nearly a decade had been missing since the mid-'90s.