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.
Sean Connery, the First James Bond, Dead at 90
Connery first portrayed 007 in 1962's 'Dr. No.'
Helen Reddy, ‘I Am Woman’ Singer, Dies at 78
Vocalist, actor and feminist icon had been diagnosed with dementia in 2015.
Queen’s Brian May Describes ‘Long Climb Back’ From Heart Attack
Guitarist's recovery has had setbacks due to side effects from his medications.
Bruce Springsteen is Planning a Second ‘Tracks’ Box Set
Among the projects Bruce Springsteen has in the pipeline is a second volume of Tracks, his 1998 four-CD box set of unreleased songs and B-sides.
Live Nation Revenue Down 98 Percent Due to COVID-19
Financial statements show how much the pandemic has hurt the industry, but company's CEO remains positive.
Elton John is Being Sued by Ex-wife Renate Blauel
Renate Blauel, who Elton John was married to in the mid-'80s, is suing the singer for more than $3M on the grounds that his 2019 autobiography, "Me," violated the terms of their divorce agreement.
Sammy Hagar Puts ‘Crafted’ House on Sale for $3.9 Million
The Red Rocker's ongoing quest to off-load his Lake Arrowhead, CA, home continues with a new drop in price.
Socially Distanced Music Venue to Open in England
Newcastle's Virgin Money UK Unity Arena will open next month complete with "personal areas" spread throughout.
‘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
The city of Liverpool is looking at the history of Penny Lane to determine if the street, memorialized in a Beatles song of the same name, is named after a notorious slave trader.