For as long as he can remember, Chuck has been crazy about rock and roll. His first concert was Def Leppard at the age of 6 - and the rest, as they say, is history. He's been on-air for one of the biggest rock radio stations in the country (you can call him F 'Em Up Chuck) and now he's enjoying life living in New York City. Keep on rockin' in the free world!
To the Record Store Day Haters: For the Love of Vinyl, Stop Acting Like Curmudgeons
Every year it seems to get cooler and cooler to hate Record Store Day.
Fans Find Original 7-Inch Singles From Jack White’s Early Band, the Upholsterers
Die-hard fans of Jack White know all about his history -- and we're not talking about the work he did with the White Stripes (come on).
‘The Vinyl Revival’ Gets Summed Up In New Infographic
It's no secret we here at Diffuser are fans of vinyl.
Listen to Classic ’90s Alternative Rock Songs Transformed Into 8-Bit Versions
See how many of these transformed '90s tunes you recognize!
Chris Robinson Brotherhood, ‘Phosphorescent Harvest’ – Album Review
We review 'Phosphorescent Harvest,' the new album by the Chris Robinson Brotherhood.
Guns N’ Roses Bring the Classics to Brooklyn
There was a lot of excitement leading up to Guns N' Roses' intimate performance at Brooklyn Bowl in North Williamsburg.
Photos From Election Night 2012
The 2012 presidential election concluded on Nov. 6, and after clinching 303 electoral votes, President Barack Obama will return to the Oval Office for his second term. After one of the most heated battles in campaign history, President Obama delivered his victory speech in Chicago, Ill., saying, &qu…
President Obama’s Re-Election Victory Speech – Election 2012 [TRANSCRIPT, VIDEO]
On Nov. 6, 2012, Barack Obama was re-elected as President of the United States of America by the American people after clinching 303 electoral votes (270 votes are needed for the presidency).
Mitt Romney’s Concession Speech – Election 2012 [TRANSCRIPT, VIDEO]
Shortly after midnight on Nov. 7, 2012, former presidential candidate Mitt Romney addressed supporters in Boston, Mass. with his official concession speech. Romney lost the race to the White House after President Barack Obama clinched 303 electoral votes to Romney's 206.