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.
Dave Grohl Cooked Barbecue for California Firefighters
Foo Fighters frontman stopped by a fire station to cook for firemen fighting Woolsey Fire.
Eagles of Death Metal Star Covers Guns N’ Roses on New ‘Pigeons of S— Metal’ Album
Jesse Hughes is using Axl Rose's famous "Pigeons of S--- Metal" insult as the title of an album on which he covers a Guns N' Roses song.
Gibson Set to Emerge From Bankruptcy
Nearly six months after filing for bankruptcy, Gibson Brands Inc. has a new majority ownership and leadership team that will officially take over on Nov. 1.
Dave Grohl Explains Why Foo Fighters Have Never Played Super Bowl Halftime Show
Frontman had discussions about playing the show in the past, but nothing has come of it.
Dave Grohl Drums on Tenacious D’s New Album, ‘Post-Apocalyptico’
Tenacious D have unveiled details for their new project, an animated series called 'Post-Apocaplypto,' whose songs feature Dave Grohl on drums.
Flea Speaks About Unreleased 2003 Red Hot Chili Peppers Album
Upon returning to Twitter, Flea remembered an album's worth of material that they recorded for their 2003 'Greatest Hits' record.
Not Even Pretty on the Inside: Courtney Love’s Abandoned House Sold
Courtney Love has sold a fire-damaged, graffiti-strewn house in Olympia, Wash.
Pearl Jam Brings Out Members of Soundgarden and Mudhoney in Seattle
A few old friends welcomed Pearl Jam back to their Seattle home last night (Aug. 11).
Watch as Guitarist Refuses to Let Last-Ever Warped Tour End
Every Time I Die's Jordan Buckley kept playing as the crew began dismantling the stage.
Toto Has Covered Weezer’s ‘Hash Pipe’
Toto has paid back Weezer for covering "Africa" by putting their own spin on the alternative band's 2001 hit.