A professional pop culture junkie for more than 25 years, Jeff Giles regularly surfaces in a number of far-flung locations on the Web.
Watch Robert Plant Perform ‘Whole Lotta Love’ From AXS TV Concert Special
Promising "an unforgettable performance by one of rock’s most influential performers," AXS TV is set to air Robert Plant & the Sensational Shape Shifters: Live at David Lynch's Festival of Disruption.
Joey Kramer Sizes Up Aerosmith’s Competition: ‘I’ve Never Cared for the Stones’
If Aerosmith's upcoming tour really is the beginning of their long farewell, drummer Joey Kramer is confident in stating the band is going out on a high note.
Elton John Hosts 25th Annual Academy Awards Viewing Party Fundraiser
There's no shortage of viewing parties on Oscar night, but Elton John's hosted the night's preeminent event for years.
ZZ Top Add Dates to 2017 ‘Tonnage’ Tour
ZZ Top's Tonnage Tour will keep on rolling into June, thanks to a spate of freshly announced dates picking up after the band's existing 2017 concert engagements.
David Bowie’s Hometown Could Erect a Giant Lightning Bolt in His Honor
If a recently launched crowdfunding campaign is successful, David Bowie's hometown will greet millions of visitors a year with a 30-foot lightning bolt paying tribute to his life and legacy.
Bono Criticized for Ignoring Mike Pence’s Controversial Past Public Health Policy
Bono's recent meeting with our new Vice President has drawn sharp rebukes from some U2 fans.
Watch Bruce Springsteen Perform ‘Growin’ Up’ With Teen Fan at Australian Show
Pretty much every young music fan dreams of performing with his or her heroes, but for most of us, the reality of being invited up onstage would prove nerve-wracking.
30 Years Ago: Lou Gramm Goes Solo With ‘Ready or Not’
Lou Gramm had a major hit on his first solo record with "Midnight Blue," but Foreigner quickly beckoned him back.
45 Years Ago: John Lennon and Yoko Ono Become TV Hosts
We tend to look back on the '60s and early-to-mid '70s as a pretty turbulent time in terms of the establishment trying in vain to crack down on the counterculture, but it wasn't always adversarial.
Pretenders Release New Version of ‘Let’s Get Lost’ Featuring Pet Shop Boys’ Neil Tennant
Pretenders leader Chrissie Hynde has collaborated with the Pet Shop Boys' Neil Tennant on a new version of "Let's Get Lost," a track from the recent Pretenders LP Alone.
The Night Don Henley Joined Guns N’ Roses
It's no fun being stuck without your drummer for an important gig, but it helps if you can call on one of the biggest rock stars on the planet for temporary fill-in duty.
Asia Co-Founder and King Crimson Vet John Wetton Dead at 67
John Wetton, the bassist and frontman for Asia as well as a former member of King Crimson, has died at the age of 67 after a battle with cancer.