A professional pop culture junkie for more than 25 years, Jeff Giles regularly surfaces in a number of far-flung locations on the Web.
Queen and Adam Lambert Announce 2017 North American Tour
Queen + Adam Lambert will spend the summer of 2017 touring throughout North America.
U2’s Adam Clayton Talks Joshua Tree Tour, Says ‘We Think We’re There’ With New ‘Songs of E…
Nostalgia might be a big reason for U2 fans to see the band perform its landmark The Joshua Tree LP on tour this year, but for bassist Adam Clayton, there are more compelling reasons to revisit.
Journey Add Summer Tour Dates With Asia
Journey and Asia won't even begin their co-headlining 2017 tour until March, but they must be looking forward to traveling together.
The History of Led Zeppelin’s Boston Ban
Early 1975 was an exciting time for Led Zeppelin fans, with an upcoming tour and the impending release of the band's sixth LP, Physical Graffiti.
Steven Tyler and Joe Perry Explain Aerosmith’s ‘Aero-Vederci Baby’ Tour Name
Aerosmith's latest tour title suggests the band is getting close to hanging it up, but Steven Tyler and Joe Perry are still playing coy about their future plans.
Watch Paul McCartney Join an All-Star Cast for Jimmy Fallon’s A Cappella ‘Wonderful Christ…
Paul McCartney made a surprise appearance on The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon, lending his vocals to an all-star a cappella cover of his modern holiday standard "Wonderful Christmastime."
Mick Jagger and Girlfriend Melanie Hamrick Announce the Birth of Their Son
A Rolling Stone gathers no moss, but he can put together an impressive brood of children: Mick Jagger and his girlfriend, ballerina Melanie Hamrick, have announced the birth of their son.
The Eagles, James Taylor and Mavis Staples Saluted at Kennedy Center Honors
Veteran singer-songwriter James Taylor, renowned vocalist Mavis Staples and the surviving members of the Eagles were among the honorees at this year's Kennedy Center ceremony.
Hostile Note From Lennon to McCartney Headed to Auction Block
Tensions between John Lennon and Paul McCartney in the wake of the Beatles' breakup are highlighted in an annoyed and often profane letter that's expected to sell for roughly $20,000 at auction.
Leonard Cohen Dies: Rockers React
We look at how the many generations of rockers that were influenced by Leonard Cohen reacted to his death.