A professional pop culture junkie for more than 25 years, Jeff Giles regularly surfaces in a number of far-flung locations on the Web.
Elton John Plans to Stop Releasing New Albums
Elton John's incredible discography may have seen its last addition of new material.
How Tommy Lee’s Motorcycle Saved His Friend’s Life
Switching rides with Tommy Lee has its perks — including, as a friend of the former Mötley Crüe drummer recently discovered, avoiding the occasional narrow brush with death.
Watch an Unboxing Video for Pink Floyd’s ‘The Early Years 1965-1972′
If you've been waiting to watch a copy of 'Pink Floyd's The Early Years 1965-1972' box open up without your help, today's your lucky day.
Freddie Mercury and Rod Stewart Could Have Had David Bowie’s ‘Labyrinth’ Role
Hardcore fans of Jim Henson's cult classic Labyrinth have long been well aware that David Bowie wasn't the first choice to play the film's antagonist, the Goblin King.
Paul McCartney and Ringo Starr Haven’t Seen the New Beatles Documentary
Neither Paul McCartney nor Ringo Starr have pulled any strings to get an early peek at director Ron Howard's new documentary — even though it's about them.
British Teen Accused of Planning Terrorist Attack at Elton John Concert
Authorities averted potential disaster by arresting a British teenager accused of plotting to carry out a terrorist attack at an Elton John concert.
That Time Billy Joel Revisited His Past With ‘Songs in the Attic’
Billy Joel took the long road to success, and by the time he hit it big with 1977's The Stranger, he'd already released four other albums.
Van Morrison Producer Lewis Merenstein Dead at 81
Lewis Merenstein, the producer who helmed Van Morrison's Astral Weeks and served as executive producer for his Moondance LP, has died at the age of 81.
New David Bowie Recordings Featured on ‘Lazarus’ Cast Recording
An assortment of songs that's being billed as David Bowie's final recordings will be included with the cast recording of his Lazarus musical when it arrives in stores next month.
Led Zeppelin’s Publishers Still Seeking to Recoup Legal Fees in ‘Stairway to Heaven’ Trial
Led Zeppelin's publishing company has appealed a judge's ruling denying their bid to have their legal fees covered by the plaintiff in the recent "Stairway to Heaven" plagiarism trial.
40 Years Ago: Lynyrd Skynyrd’s Gary Rossington and Allen Collins Crash Their Cars
Years of hard work and tough touring were finally paying off for Lynyrd Skynyrd in 1976 — and then it all threatened to come to a literal screeching halt.
Why It Took So Long for Meat Loaf to Release a Follow Up to ‘Bat Out of Hell’
Meat Loaf should have been on top of the world after 1977's 'Bat Out of Hell.' But behind the scenes, his career started falling apart almost immediately.