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 Gene Simmons Debut His New Solo Live Band
In preparation for his first Comic Con solo show in two weeks, Gene Simmons played a private corporate event.
Hall & Oates Announce 2017 North American Tour With Tears for Fears
Two of the most reliable hit-making bands of the '80s will be touring together this summer.
Watch Jon Bon Jovi Dance With His Daughter at Concert
Jon Bon Jovi brought out his daughter Stephanie to dance with him during a song he wrote about her, "I Got the Girl."
Depeche Mode Announce 2017 North American Tour
Depeche Mode will tour the U.S. and Canada for two months after the release of theit new album, 'Spirit.'
U2 Sued for Stealing ‘The Fly’ From British Songwriter Paul Rose
A lawsuit claims that "The Fly" is very close to Paul Rose's instrumental "Nae Slappin'."
Grace Slick Chastised by Reverend for Pro-LGBTQ Stance: ‘All Sin Carries a Death Sentence’
Rev. Franklin Graham took exception to Grace Slick donating money from licensing one of her songs to a pro-LGBTQ organization.
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.
Billy Corgan Considered Suicide in the Early ’90s
A deep depression resulted in Billy Corgan writing the Smashing Pumpkins hit, "Today."
Foo Fighters Share New Music, Rip Trump Supporters During Comeback Show
Foo Fighters premiered bits of two songs at their secret club show in England on Thursday.
Steven Adler Answers Every Imaginable Question About His Role in the Guns N’ Roses Reunion
The band's original drummer explains how he got booted from the Guns N' Roses reunion tour.
James Brown Drummer Clyde Stubblefield Dies
Clyde Stubblefield, who played on many of James Brown's most important records, has died at 74.