A professional pop culture junkie for more than 25 years, Jeff Giles regularly surfaces in a number of far-flung locations on the Web.
Neil Young Announces New Hi-Res Audio Streaming Service
After months of speculation, Neil Young has admitted that the marketplace built around his Pono player is "gone."
Are Genesis Planning a 50th Anniversary Reunion?
Genesis could have something special in the works for the band's 50th anniversary.
Prince’s Expanded ‘Purple Rain’ Tracklist Reportedly Revealed
A remastered and expanded edition of Prince's 'Purple Rain' is reportedly on the way.
Paul McCartney Looks Back on Negative ‘Sgt. Pepper’s’ Reviews
It's almost universally regarded as a classic today, but in many ways, the Beatles' Sgt. Pepper's Lonely Hearts Club Band was an album decidedly ahead of its time.
Founding Molly Hatchet Bassist Banner Thomas Dies
Bassist Banner Thomas, a member of Molly Hatchet's lineup during the band's earliest and most commercially successful years as a recording act, has died at the age of 63.
Toto Albums Ranked Worst to Best
Countless high school buddies have started their own bands, but very few of them go on to amount to much, and fewer still have achieved the level of enduring success enjoyed by the guys in Toto.
Trans-Siberian Orchestra Leader Paul O’Neill Dies at 61
Paul O'Neill, who founded the Trans-Siberian Orchestra, has died due to a chronic undisclosed illness.
Brian Johnson to Meet Up With Famous Friends on ‘Life on the Road’ TV Show
We're still waiting to see what Brian Johnson's musical future holds, but in the meantime, the former AC/DC singer is keeping busy with a travel series taking viewers along for his Life on the Road.
Rolling Stones’ ‘Paint It Black’ Used in New ‘Mummy’ Trailer
With The Mummy's June 9 release inching closer on the calendar, Universal's latest reboot of the venerable monster franchise has debuted its second trailer.
‘Queen in 3-D’ Retrospective Book Arriving in Stores This Spring
Queen guitarist Brian May is offering fans a personal look back at the band's history with a book that combines fresh recollections and archival stereoscopic photos.
The Search for Bob Seger’s Out of Print Back Catalog
The music industry's reliance on reissues has become a source of complaint among fans over the last couple of decades, but it's still possible for an artist's back catalog to be under-exploited.
Steve Perry Will Reportedly Attend Journey’s Rock Hall Induction
Steve Perry has been typically tight-lipped about whether he'll be there when Journey are inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame on April 7.