A professional pop culture junkie for more than 25 years, Jeff Giles regularly surfaces in a number of far-flung locations on the Web.
British Teen Sentenced to Life in Prison for Plotting to Bomb Elton John Concert
A 19-year-old London resident who was arrested last year for planning to carry out a terrorist attack at an Elton John concert has since admitted the attempted crime in court.
Nikki Sixx Says He’s ‘Unofficially Retired’ From Touring
Nikki Sixx spent decades on the road with Mötley Crüe — and has recently toured with Sixx:A.M. — but it sounds like he's finally had enough of being away from home.
Gene Simmons Reportedly Withdraws Application to Trademark Devil Horns Hand Gesture
Gene Simmons has apparently thought better of his widely ridiculed efforts to trademark the universally recognized hand gesture for rocking out.
Previously Unreleased Queen and David Bowie Collaborations Could Be Coming
According to guitarist Brian May, some particularly interesting previously unreleased Queen recordings could be on the way.
35 Years Ago: Fleetwood Mac Recover With ‘Mirage’
'Mirage' saw Fleetwood Mac finding balance between the commercial aspects of 'Rumours' and the experimentalism of 'Tusk.'
Bob Seger Makes a Dozen Albums Available for Streaming and Download
After years of holding out, Bob Seger has joined the digital distribution era.
35 Years Ago: Eddie Money Rebounds With ‘No Control’
After three straight Top 40 albums, Eddie Money was riding high in the early '80s — in more ways than one.
Bob Dylan Seems to Have Lifted From SparkNotes for His Nobel Lecture
In accepting his Nobel Prize for Literature, Bob Dylan delivered a lecture that drew on appropriately literary themes — but it looks like he may have leaned a little too hard on SparkNotes.
Lou Gramm Hints at Bigger Involvement in Foreigner’s 40th Anniversary Tour
It's not 100 percent official yet, but Lou Gramm says he's talked "at length" with former bandmate Mick Jones about reuniting with Foreigner for multiple dates on the band's 40th anniversary tour.
Watch Bill Murray Cover Van Morrison During First Official Concert Performance
Bill Murray is touring with a classical trio with a program that includes readings from literature and songs by Van Morrison, George Gershwin and Stephen Foster.
35 Years Ago: Paul McCartney and Stevie Wonder Top the Charts With ‘Ebony and Ivory’
When Paul McCartney hooked up with Stevie Wonder to make a plea for racial harmony in 1982, the result was one of the biggest hits in either artist's distinguished career.
Elton John’s ‘Rocket Man’ Featured in New Samsung Gear VR Commercial
Part of the appeal of virtual reality is the ability to "see" and "do" things you'd never be able to in real life.