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.
‘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.
Tommy Lee Promises ‘Dark and Sexy’ Cover of a Classic Prince Song
Upcoming 'Andro' album reworks "When You Were Mine."
Lemmy Biopic Is in the Works
Movie will be made by the same creative team behind a 2010 documentary about the late Motorhead frontman.
Penny Lane Could Be Renamed Due to Possible Slavery Connection
It's unknown if Liverpool street memorialized in Beatles song is named after a slave trader.
Keith Tippett, King Crimson Collaborator, Dies at 72
British jazz pianist played on three albums by Robert Fripp's band and often crossed musical paths with other prog rockers.
What Songs Has Fleetwood Mac Played the Most in Concert?
Tracks from their classic lineup get performed the most, regardless of who's in or out of the band.
Bob Dylan Picks His Favorite Eagles and Rolling Stones Songs
Singer-songwriter was asked about bands' work after they were name-checked in a pair of new songs.
When the Beatles Refused to Play Before a Segregated Audience
Seating for 1964 Jacksonville concert was supposed to be racially separated until the group demanded integration.
35 Years Ago: Guns N’ Roses’ Classic Lineup Plays First Show
'Appetite for Destruction' quintet performed for the first time only two days before beginning their first tour.
Watch Pearl Jam’s Uncensored ‘Jeremy’ Video
Clip removes long-standing ambiguity about the final scene.