A professional pop culture junkie for more than 25 years, Jeff Giles regularly surfaces in a number of far-flung locations on the Web.
Slash Books First Post-Guns N’ Roses Reunion Solo Dates
It still remains to be seen whether Guns N' Roses' Not in This Lifetime tour will lead to new music. In the meantime, guitarist Slash is already scouting the horizon for his next round of solo activity.
Eric Clapton Documentary ‘Life in 12 Bars’ Coming to Home Video
'Eric Clapton: Life in 12 Bars' is coming to home video — and it's bringing a double-disc soundtrack with it.
Moody Blues Remember Sharing an Early Bill With the Beatles
A wise musician always pays attention to the other artists on the bill — you never know where you're going to hear them next, or when they might turn out to be the next biggest band in the world.
Watch Dee Snider Dedicate His ‘Rocktopia’ Debut to Protesting Teachers
Dee Snider kicked off his one-week run as part of the Broadway show 'Rocktopia' this week.
Whitesnake’s Next Single to Be Titled ‘Shut Up and Kiss Me’
Whitesnake's new 'Flesh and Blood' LP is closer than ever — and fans will soon get their first glimpse of the album courtesy of the first single, "Shut Up and Kiss Me."
The History of ‘Saturday Night Live”s ‘More Cowbell’ Sketch
There's never really any true way to know whether a 'Saturday Night Live' sketch will become an instant classic or quickly fade from memory.
Axl Rose Wanted a ’90s Guns N’ Roses Tour With U2 and Pearl Jam
Guns N' Roses' tour with Metallica was the hard rock live event of the early '90s, but it might have been followed up with an even bigger concert collaboration.
Ann Wilson Announces Title and More Details for New Solo LP
Ann Wilson's next solo release is coming together — with a brand new title and at least one new famous name in the liner notes.
James Taylor’s ‘Sweet Baby James’ Is Now a Children’s Pop-Up Book
James Taylor fans have been singing variations of "Sweet Baby James" as a lullaby to their own children for generations. Now, they'll have a pop-up book to leaf through,
Jon Bon Jovi Writes Note to Excuse Band’s Opening Act From School
If you have an opportunity to skip class in order to open for Bon Jovi, you've got to take it.
Guitar Bob Dylan Played on His First Electric Tour Is for Sale
The 1965 Telecaster that Bob Dylan used on his first electric tour — and a number of classic albums — is headed to the auction block.
Jethro Tull Announce Two 50th Anniversary Compilations
Jethro Tull's ongoing 50th anniversary celebration will include the release of two new career-spanning compilations.