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.
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Band has added eight more dates to next year's trek honoring their 1976 blockbuster.
Elton John Says ‘The Lion King’ Remake Messed Up His Music
Star felt he wasn't treated with the same respect as he was in 1994.
40 Years Ago: Elton John Collapses Onstage but Finishes Show
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Ric Ocasek’s Cause of Death Revealed
Medical examiner makes determination the day after the Cars frontman died.
Bryan Adams, REO Speedwagon and More Perform Tributes to Eddie Money
Several rockers covered the late musician's hits in concert over the weekend.
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Song appears on upcoming Christmas album.
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Jane Benyo Petty bought the Gainesville, Fla., home where her former husband spent much of his boyhood.
Woodstock Photos: 50 Great Shots From the Original Festival
Three days of music, mud and hippies, told through pictures.
Drake Claims Superiority Over Beatles on New ‘Abbey Road’ Tattoo
The rapper celebrated breaking some of the Beatles' chart records with a tattoo that puts him ahead of them on the 'Abbey Road' cover.
Pete Townshend Calls the Who’s New Tour a ‘Big Move On': Exclusive Video
Guitarist talks about upcoming leg of the band's road show and how he started writing rock operas.
Neil Young Won’t Tour Behind Crazy Horse Reunion Album
'Colorado' will be their first studio project together since the retirement of guitarist Frank "Poncho" Sampedro.
50 Years Ago: Eric Clapton Unimpressed by Led Zeppelin
Guitar great thought band was "too loud" when it played the Midwest Rock Festival in July 1969.