A professional pop culture junkie for more than 25 years, Jeff Giles regularly surfaces in a number of far-flung locations on the Web.
David Gilmour’s ‘Live at Pompeii’ Getting CD and Blu-ray Release
David Gilmour's historic return to Pompeii for a pair of live dates in 2016 will make its way to home audiences later this year.
Guns N’ Roses A&R Man Tom Zutaut Looks Back on the Making of ‘Appetite for Destruction’
Before they became one of the biggest rock bands on the planet, Guns N' Roses were just another struggling act.
Read About the Two Outside Songwriters Who Helped Guns N’ Roses Create ‘Appetite for Destr…
Unlike many rock acts in the late '80s, Guns N' Roses didn't typically turn to material from other artists in search of hits.
Guns N’ Roses Cancel Jerusalem Visit After Terrorist Attack
Three gunmen were killed after a shootout with police at the entrance to the Temple Mount/Haram al-Sharif complex.
Brian May Says the Freddie Mercury Biopic Is Happening
Queen guitarist Brian May says the movie dedicated to the band's late singer is closer to the big screen than ever.
Rod Stewart and Cyndi Lauper Begin 2017 Tour: Set List and Video
Rod Stewart and Cyndi Lauper are off on their 2017 tour, with the co-headlining trek's opening date in Hollywood, Fla., last night now on the books.
Ringo Starr Reveals Details of New ‘Give More Love’ LP
Ringo Starr is celebrating his 77th birthday with the announcement of his 19th solo album, 'Give More Love,' scheduled for release later this year.
Bruce Springsteen Recalls Early IRS Woes: ‘They Came After Us’
After years of struggling to find an audience, Bruce Springsteen made it big in the mid-'70s — and soon discovered that failing to pay one's taxes can have some pretty painful consequences.
Neil Young Announces New Hi-Res Audio Streaming Service
After months of speculation, Neil Young has admitted that the marketplace built around his Pono player is "gone."
Wendy Dio Says Ronnie James Dio’s Touring Hologram Is ‘Great for the Fans’
For many people, the idea of a dead star "performing" via hologram seems pretty ghoulish — but Ronnie James Dio's widow Wendy insists the technology represents the future for celebrity estates.
Black Sabbath’s Final Shows Could Be Collected for a Live Album
It's too late to catch Black Sabbath on tour, but fans who missed the band's final dates can look forward to the possible release of a live LP from their recent farewell to the road.
20 Years Ago: Ed Kanon Replaces Peter Criss in Kiss for One Night
Kiss co-founders Gene Simmons and Paul Stanley made a big splash when they brought drummer Peter Criss and guitarist Ace Frehley back into the fold to reunite the band's classic lineup in 1996.