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.
When Eddie Murphy Impersonated Stevie Wonder on ‘SNL’
Comedian did his impression of the soul legend only twice on the show.
When Eddie Murphy Got Into James Brown’s Hot Tub
What happens when one of the funniest men in the world became the Hardest Working Man in Show Business?
When Eddie Murphy Debuted Gumby on ‘Saturday Night Live,’ Dammit
The green claymation figure marked the third time the 'SNL' star put his own spin on a beloved children's character.
When Dana Carvey Debuted the Church Lady on ‘Saturday Night Live’
Enid Strict made her 'SNL' debut on Oct. 11, 1986. Well, isn't that special?
When Eddie Murphy Debuted Velvet Jones on ‘Saturday Night Live’
The pimp-turned-pitchman was one of the star's most beloved characters.
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.
When Eddie Murphy Premiered Buckwheat on ‘Saturday Night Live’
One of the comedian's most beloved 'SNL' characters was an adult version of the Little Rascal.
When ‘Mr. Robinson’s Neighborhood’ Premiered on ‘Saturday Night Live’
Eddie Murphy transported children's television to the ghetto.
Why Eddie Murphy Stayed Away From ‘Saturday Night Live’ for So Long
Star didn't appear on the show that made him famous for 31 years.
When the ‘Wild and Crazy Guys’ Debuted on ‘Saturday Night Live’
The Festrunk Brothers first appeared on the late-night comedy show on Sept. 24, 1977.
Joan Jett to Sing With Carrie Underwood on ‘Sunday Night Football’ Theme Song
NBC announced that Joan Jett and Carrie Underwood will duet on the theme song to their 'Sunday Night Football' telecasts.
‘Jimi Hendrix’ to Appear in ‘Bill & Ted 3′
DazMann Still will play the guitar legend in the third installment in the Bill & Ted franchise.