A professional pop culture junkie for more than 25 years, Jeff Giles regularly surfaces in a number of far-flung locations on the Web.
Classic Rock Comes to the ACMs With David Bowie Tribute, Billy Gibbons Duet
Chris Stapleton and Jason Aldean were some of the bigger winners at the ACM Awards last night, but the evening's festivities also made room for some classic rock favorites.
Rita Coolidge Claims Uncredited Co-Write on Eric Clapton’s ‘Layla’
The Derek and the Dominos hit "Layla" is a rock classic and one of the crown jewels of Eric Clapton's career, but there may be more to the story than the world was previously led to believe.
Ace Frehley Thinks the Idea of Kiss Without Any Original Members Is ‘Ridiculous’
Kiss' former guitarist Ace Frehley can't see the value in a version of the group that doesn't include any original members.
What It Might Sound Like If Vince Neil, James Hetfield and David Lee Roth Auditioned for A…
While we wait for official word on who we'll hear next behind the mic for AC/DC, how about passing the time with a few impressions imagining the audition process to take over for Brian Johnson?
The History of Supertramp’s Biggest-Selling Album, ‘Breakfast in America’
Supertramp's massively successful 'Breakfast in America' was released on March 29, 1979.
When Van Halen Started the Sammy Hagar Era With ‘5150’
The future of Van Halen might have appeared to be in doubt after David Lee Roth left the band in 1985, but they quickly rebounded with new singer Sammy Hagar.
The Story of Van Halen’s Second Album, ‘Van Halen II’
"The '80s are coming and we're going to be the soundtrack. We're here to blow the bugles and jump on the horns and whistle it all in and usher it down the road and round the stretch and across the finish line."
Watch Santana Begin ‘Santana IV’ Tour With Las Vegas Warm-Up Gig
Santana fans don't have much longer to wait before they can hear the band's original lineup reunite on the new Santana IV LP — and they don't have to wait at all to see the group take the stage.
Jim Breuer Regrets ‘Invasion of Privacy’ Caused by AC/DC Comments
Comedian Jim Breuer started something of a PR ruckus when he claimed that the members of AC/DC were kicking his friend Brian Johnson out of the band.
How the Eagles Steered From Country to Rock With ‘On the Border’
The Eagles' third album was released in March 1974. We look back at it with some exclusive quotes from Don Felder.