A professional pop culture junkie for more than 25 years, Jeff Giles regularly surfaces in a number of far-flung locations on the Web.
Ramones’ Debut to Receive Deluxe 40th Anniversary Reissue
The Ramones' landmark 1976 debut will return to stores later this year with a remastered and expanded edition issued in honor of the album's 40th anniversary.
Jimmy Page and Robert Plant to Appear at ‘Stairway to Heaven’ Plagiarism Trial
Jimmy Page and Robert Plant have told the court they'll appear in person during the upcoming trial being held to determine whether "Stairway to Heaven" was plagiarized.
Joe Walsh Announces Solo Tour…There’s a Portland Date!
Joe Walsh will keep on touring after he finishes his co-headlining dates with Bad Company.
Eric Clapton Talks New Album: ‘I Kind of Might Be Saying Goodbye’
Eric Clapton isn't saying he's ready to retire just yet — but he won't rule out the possibility either.
Chris Slade Says Angus Young Is ‘Definitely Not’ Retiring AC/DC
The past few years have been an uphill climb for AC/DC, but according to drummer Chris Slade, the band has no plans to hang it up after wrapping its Rock or Bust Tour.
Nikki Sixx Calls Gene Simmons an ‘Overrated, Lucky Guy That Dresses Like a Clown’
Gene Simmons has apologized for calling Prince's death "pathetic," but Nikki Sixx isn't willing to forgive and forget.
Journey and Doobie Brothers Kick Off Summer Tour: Videos, Set List
Journey and the Doobie Brothers started their summer tour last night in Irvine, Calif., debuting lineup changes and new set lists for the series of concerts they've dubbed San Francisco Fest 2016.
Watch Eric Clapton’s New Lyric Video for ‘Can’t Let You Do It’
Eric Clapton has released a lyric video for "Can't Let You Do It," a track from his forthcoming album I Still Do.
Angus Young Insists AC/DC Didn’t Fire Brian Johnson
Angus Young has a message for AC/DC fans taking sides following singer Brian Johnson's health-related exit from the lineup: Don't believe everything you hear.
Led Zeppelin ‘Stairway to Heaven’ Lawsuit Could Reportedly Be Settled for $1
After years of maneuvering and thousands upon thousands of dollars in legal fees, the latest Led Zeppelin plagiarism lawsuit could reportedly be settled for a single dollar.