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.
Watch President-Elect Donald Trump Walk Out to the Rolling Stones’ ‘Heart of Stone’ at His…
Donald and Melania Trump chose the Rolling Stones' 1964 single "Heart of Stone" as they walked down the steps of the Lincoln Memorial.
Bruce Springsteen Tribute Band Pulls Out of Donald Trump Inaugural Ball
Citing their respect for Bruce Springsteen, the B Street Band will not play the Garden State Presidential Inaugural Gala this week.
Watch James Corden and Jim Parsons Spoof Kansas’ ‘Dust in the Wind’ Video
James Corden and Jim Parsons wore some excessively '70s outfits in a remake of Kansas' "Dust in the Wind" video.
Sting to Headline David Bowie Tribute Concert
A benefit concert in Los Angeles that honors the life of David Bowie will feature Sting.
Billy Joel Announces 2017 Stadium Dates
Once again, Billy Joel will play baseball stadiums at select dates in the spring and summer.
Charles Manson Hospitalized
Charles Manson is believed to be seriously ill.
More Details About Deep Purple’s ‘InFinite’ Album Emerge, Lyric Video for ‘Time for Bedlam…
We're learning more about Deep Purple's upcoming record, 'InFinite.'
Paul McCartney, Paul Rodgers, Alice Cooper, Joan Jett & Billy Joel Make Special New Year’s…
A handful of classic rockers welcomed in 2017 in style.
Watch Paul McCartney Sit In With the Killers on New Year’s Eve
What’s better than a private New Year’s Eve concert by the Killers on a Caribbean island? Having Paul McCartney show up. You can watch the legend sit in with the Las Vegas-based rockers on the Beatles' classic “Helter Skelter” above...
Former Pearl Jam Drummer Dave Abbruzzese Questions Band’s Integrity Over Hall of Fame Excl…
Pearl Jam's second drummer questioned how the band could accept the "injustice" of his exclusion from the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame.