A professional pop culture junkie for more than 25 years, Jeff Giles regularly surfaces in a number of far-flung locations on the Web.
Joe Perry’s New Solo Record Is ‘In the Can’
You won't hear it in 2016, but Joe Perry appears to be just about finished with his next solo album.
Guns N’ Roses’ 2016 U.S. Tour Made More Than $100 Million
Guns N' Roses' classic lineup didn't completely reunite for the band's current Not in This Lifetime tour, but it was evidently close enough for a whole bunch of fans.
Santana to Release ‘Live at the House of Blues Las Vegas’
Santana fans will receive an extra memento from the classic lineup's recent reunion with the multi-disc concert recording and film Live at the House of Blues, Las Vegas later this year.
Stevie Nicks Wants to Perform ‘Landslide’ at Hillary Clinton’s Inauguration
The New York Times asked Stevie Nicks for her thoughts regarding the upcoming election.
Phil Rudd Is Open to an AC/DC Return but Doesn’t Want to ‘Play With Axl’
Exiled AC/DC drummer Phil Rudd might be willing to play with the band again — but they'd have to do something about that new singer of theirs first.
Sharon Osbourne Shares Details of Ozzy’s Infidelity
Many people may have been surprised when word recently got out regarding Ozzy Osbourne's extramarital affair, but his wife Sharon wasn't one of them.
John Lennon’s Killer Denied Parole for Ninth Time
John Lennon's murderer has seen his ninth parole hearing end the same way the previous eight did: with his request for freedom denied.
The Story of Bon Jovi’s ‘Slippery When Wet’
Bon Jovi doubled down and aimed for the fences on their third album — and the result, 1986's Slippery When Wet, turned out to be a career-defining smash hit.
Kiss Star in New ‘Elder’-Inspired Comic Book Series
Kiss return to comic book stores this month with the first issue in a new series inspired by their 1981 album Music From the Elder.
Phil Lesh Thinks ‘Something Was Missing’ From the Grateful Dead After 1975
The Grateful Dead enjoyed an impressive run as one of rock's most beloved live acts. But, bassist Phil Lesh feels like the band spent much of its time together at something less than peak power.