A professional pop culture junkie for more than 25 years, Jeff Giles regularly surfaces in a number of far-flung locations on the Web.
When the Rolling Stones Hit the Top 40 Without Keith Richards
What do you do when your star guitarist walks out on you during the middle of a session? Keep jamming.
Watch Jefferson Starship Perform ‘Find Your Way Back’ From Audience Network Concert Specia…
The Audience Network's latest round of 4K concert specials includes a visit from Jefferson Starship.
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.
Did Kiss ‘Politely Decline’ an Invitation to Perform at Donald Trump’s Inauguration?
Don't count on seeing Kiss at President-elect Donald Trump's inaugural celebration next month.
AC/DC Announce ‘Rock or Bust’ Tour Book
AC/DC's Rock or Bust Tour is being commemorated with what's being touted as the band's first-ever official book.
Journey and Asia Announce 2017 Tour Dates
Journey and Asia will hit the road together in 2017.
SiriusXM to Pay Up to $99 Million in Turtles-Led Royalty Lawsuit
A royalty battle with potentially wide-ranging implications has ended with an expensive setback for satellite radio service SiriusXM.
Eric Clapton Announces North American Live Dates for 2017
These shows continue a trend of limited touring for Eric Clapton over the last several years.
How Joan Jett Hit the Big Time With ‘I Love Rock ‘n Roll’
Joan Jett's solo career looked like it was destined to be a dud after the Runaways splintered — but everything broke wide open with her second release, 1981's I Love Rock 'n Roll.
All-Ages David Bowie Tribute Album ‘Let All the Children Boogie’ Features New Covers from …
Many indie rockers and "kindie" stars have recorded David Bowie songs to help LGBTQ youth.
Mick Jagger Says the Rolling Stones Have ‘Half an Album’ of New Material
Before it evolved into the blues covers set Blue and Lonesome, the Rolling Stones' next studio album was supposed to contain new original material.
Motley Crue Sued for $30 Million by Former Opening Act
You'd think touring with Mötley Crüe would be a pretty great opportunity for a young band, but at least one of the acts that joined them on the road feels differently.