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.
Nine Rock Stars Who Died and Were Brought Back to Life
Many a rocker has lived a lifestyle that has left him or her perilously close to death, but only a handful have died and lived to tell the tale.
40 Years Ago: Jimmy Page Joins Robert Plant in Rare Early Reunion
It was just the second time they performed together after Led Zeppelin's split.
Four Not-So-Fab ‘I Quit’ Stories: How George, Ringo, John and Paul Each Left the Beatles
All four Beatles left the band at some point in the last 18 months of their existence.
Ron Wood Year by Year: 1967-2023 Photos
A look at the life of the Rolling Stones guitarist.
Mick Jagger Year by Year: Photos 1962-2023
More than six decades of photos of the Rolling Stones singer, including many with his famous bandmates and friends.
25 Years Ago: Aerosmith Finally Scores Their First No. 1 Single
The irony is, they didn't write the song.
Meet the Man With More Than 3,200 Copies of the Beatles’ White Album
An artist has been collecting copies of the 1968 record but prefers when they're not in mint condition.
The Stories Behind All 85 Posthumous Jimi Hendrix Albums
All the official collections of studio outtakes, live records and compilations since the guitar legend's 1970 death.
How Bruce Springsteen Came of Age on ‘Blinded by the Light’
He later said the confusing lyrics were autobiographical.
2021 Super Bowl Classic Rock Commercials
Songs by the Beatles, Bill Withers and Lou Reed will be heard during the big game.
‘Wayne’s World’ Rebooted for Uber Eats Super Bowl Ad Tease
Mike Myers and Dana Carvey recreate their famous characters for a new commercial.
Queen Helps Matthew McConaughey Break Free in New Super Bowl Ad
Doritos uses "I Want to Break Free" in a commercial where the actor has become two-dimensional.