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 History of the James Bond Theme
One of the most famous pieces of music in movie history started out as a song from a shelved musical.
Wolfgang Van Halen Reveals Track Listing for Mammoth WVH Debut
Album will contain 14 songs, including the single "Distance" and another called "Mammoth."
Queen Discover Tape of One of Their First Concerts
Brian May has discovered a cassette of an early gig from London's Imperial College.
Hear Stephen Pearcy of Ratt Cover Duran Duran’s ‘Girls on Film’
Metal singer once recalled an awkward encounter with his English counterpart.
Watch the New ‘Wayne’s World’ Uber Eats Super Bowl Ad
Mike Myers and Dana Carvey reprise their 'Saturday Night Live' characters — with a little help from rapper Cardi B.
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.
‘Wayne’s World’ Rebooted for Uber Eats Super Bowl Ad Tease
Mike Myers and Dana Carvey recreate their famous characters for a new commercial.
Underrated Bruce Springsteen: The Most Overlooked Song From Each LP
You won't find any fist-raising, arena-ready rock anthems here.
2021 Super Bowl Classic Rock Commercials
Songs by the Beatles, Bill Withers and Lou Reed will be heard during the big game.
Phil Collins Sells ‘Stunning’ $40 Million Miami Beach Estate
House made headlines last October when singer's ex-wife and her new husband refused to leave.
Beatles’ ‘Hello, Goodbye’ Covered in Super Bowl Commercial
Ad for marketplace app uses a cover of the group's 1967 single.
‘Lean on Me’ Helps Budweiser Promote COVID Efforts
Beer brand is forgoing a Super Bowl ad to raise awareness of coronavirus vaccines with the help of Bill Withers' classic song.