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.
Eddie Van Halen Tributes: Billboards, Marquees and Sidewalks
Messages of love for the guitarist, from the simple to the grand, have popped up all over the U.S.
Watch a Tour of Eddie Van Halen’s ‘5150’ Studio and Tape Vault
MTV Classic posted a 1998 segment where the guitarist shows Chris Connelly around his complex.
AC/DC’s ‘Power Up': Track List, Release Date, Cover Art Revealed
This will be AC/DC's first album since the death of Malcolm Young.
Revisiting Eddie Van Halen’s Last Van Halen Concert
Band closed out their 2015 tour with two nights at the Hollywood Bowl.
Cliff Williams Back in AC/DC After a Bout With ‘Terrible Vertigo’
Bassist said health issue caused him to retire after the conclusion of band's 'Rock or Bust' tour.
Why AC/DC Welcomed Phil Rudd Back to the Band
Angus Young believed the drummer could return after seeing him at Malcolm Young's funeral.
Queen’s Brian May Describes ‘Long Climb Back’ From Heart Attack
Guitarist's recovery has had setbacks due to side effects from his medications.
Watch Queen and Adam Lambert Perform ‘I Was Born to Love You’
Performance on 'Live Around the World' comes from a 2014 festival show in Tokyo.
Rob Halford Says Judas Priest ‘Deserve’ to Be in the Rock Hall
Frontman thinks his band and other metal acts should be enshrined in Cleveland.
Trump Reportedly Calls ‘November Rain’ the ‘Greatest Music Video’
Former press secretary says the president made her watch the epic clip in the Oval Office.
Judas Priest to Celebrate ’50 Heavy Metal Years’ in 648 Page Book
Band's history will be commemorating with 648 pages of photographs and essays, with contributions from all current members.
James Hetfield Has Been Writing Songs During COVID-19 Lockdown
Metallica frontman has "tons of material" as a result of coronavirus downtime.