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.
Geddy Lee Gives Update on Future Music Plans
Rush frontman says he'll return to music after promoting 'Big Beautiful Book of Bass.'
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.
Todd Rundgren Announces ‘The Individualist’ Book and Tour
A new autobiography is set for publication in December, followed by a string of spring dates.
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.
Ozzy Osbourne Year by Year Photos: 1969-2018
Revisit Ozzy Osbourne's incredible career with over 60 photos taken from as far back as 1969.
The Case for All 15 2019 Rock and Roll Hall of Fame Candidates
Each artist nominated for next year's class deserves induction.
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.
Peter Baltes Leaves Accept
After 42 years as Accept's bass player, Peter Baltes says he needs a change in his life.
Who’s Played the Most Journey Shows? Singer and Drummer Totals
Six men each have sang lead and played drums with the band onstage. And some of the numbers are closer than you might think.
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.
Styx Announce ‘Laugh. Rock. Seriously.’ Tour With Larry the Cable Guy
Band and comedian line up seven shows together for next year.