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.
Why Paul Stanley Still Loves Being in Kiss
"When I'm onstage, does it look like I'm having the time of my life?" he asks. "I am!"
Brian May Praises Freddie Mercury’s ‘Beautiful’ and ‘Understated’ Vocal on Queen’s Christm…
Brian May remembered the creation of Queen's "Thank God It's Christmas."
Guns N’ Roses’ ‘Chinese Democracy’ Was Supposed to Be a Trilogy
According to a new article, Guns N' Roses recorded roughly 60 tracks for a three-record series that only resulted in 'Chinese Democracy.'
Watch Nikki Sixx Play Motley Crue Songs With Foo Fighters’ Cover Band
Crue bassist sat in with Taylor Hawkins' Chevy Metal group at a benefit.
2018’s Biggest Rock Feuds
Eighteen of the most uncensored and unfiltered fights from the past year.
AC/DC’s Phil Rudd Is Selling His Waterfront Mansion for $2.75 Million
The New Zealand house where AC/DC drummer Phil Rudd served an eight-month home detention sentence is now up for sale.
Foreigner, Def Leppard and Judas Priest Top 2018 ‘Hardest Touring’ List
New study determines acts based on number of shows played and miles traveled.
Ace Frehley Says All Americans ‘Should Get Behind’ Donald Trump
The former Kiss guitarist believes everyone ought to support the president, regardless of party.
Why Radiohead Might Not Attend Their Hall of Fame Ceremony
They were on the ballot last year as well, and showed no small degree of apathy toward the nomination.
David Lee Roth Hints That Van Halen’s Return Is ‘Around the Corner’
David Lee Roth spoke about the probability of Van Halen performing again in the summer of 2019.
Guns N’ Roses Studio Rumors Denied
Producer of T. Rex tribute album says band didn't record cover of "Children of the Revolution."
Jimmy Page Guarantees ‘Stuff’ Is on the Way in 2019
After spending the last few years on Led Zeppelin-related projects, Jimmy Page promised something under his own name in 2019.