A professional pop culture junkie for more than 25 years, Jeff Giles regularly surfaces in a number of far-flung locations on the Web.
Tom Petty Laid to Rest in Private Ceremony
Two weeks after his sudden death at the age of 66, Tom Petty was buried in a private ceremony.
30 Years Ago: Motley Crue’s ‘You’re All I Need’ Banned by MTV
As the multi-platinum sales Mötley Crüe racked up throughout the '80s can attest, they definitely weren't opposed to courting the mainstream.
Pioneering Promoter Harold Pendleton Dead at 93
Harold Pendleton, a longtime fixture in the British music industry whose long and illustrious career included founding the Reading Festival and London's Marquee Club, has died at the age of 93.
Bob Seger Reveals Details of New Album ‘I Knew You When’
With a little more than a month left to go before Bob Seger's new 'I Knew You When' LP is scheduled to arrive in stores, the veteran rocker has revealed some of the details surrounding the set.
The Lovin’ Spoonful Fire Guitarist Jerry Yester After Child Pornography Charges
The Lovin' Spoonful have dismissed longtime guitarist Jerry Yester after his arrest for 30 counts of child pornography.
Listen to Europe’s New ‘Election Day’ Song: Exclusive Premiere
Europe continue leading fans up to the arrival of their new 'Walk the Earth' LP with the set's second pre-release track, "Election Day."
Pink Joins Guns N’ Roses for ‘Patience’ at Madison Square Garden
Guns N' Roses delivered the first show in a three-night stand at Madison Square Garden last night — and treated fans to a little extra vocal firepower from Pink.
Hear Bon Scott’s Amusing Solution to the 1979 Gas Shortage
Newly unearthed audio from a 1979 interview finds late AC/DC singer Bon Scott talking about the band's 'Highway to Hell' album.
Richie Sambora Reveals Whether He’d Join Bon Jovi for Their Rock Hall Induction
It isn't really a Rock and Roll Hall of Fame induction ceremony unless we get to speculate over whether a former member might return to stand alongside his former bandmates during the ceremony.
Scorpions Guitarist Matthias Jabs Says It Was ‘Stupid’ to Announce a Farewell Tour
Scorpions have already completed their farewell tour — and thought better of it — so whenever they really do decide to retire, don't expect them to book another round of goodbye dates.