A professional pop culture junkie for more than 25 years, Jeff Giles regularly surfaces in a number of far-flung locations on the Web.
The True Story Behind Janis Joplin’s ‘Me and Bobby McGee’
The producer who hired Kris Kristofferson to write "Me and Bobby McGee" has been inducted to the Country Music Hall of Fame — and the former secretary who inspired it was in the audience.
ZZ Top Announce 2017 ‘Tonnage’ Tour
ZZ Top will heat up the road mid-winter with a run of North American dates they've dubbed their 2017 Tonnage tour.
Sting Talks ’57th & 9th’ LP: ‘I Want to Be Surprised’
Sting discussed the creative process for his upcoming album.
Cheap Trick, Journey and Foreigner Vets Lead New ‘Rock Pack’ Concert Experience
Promising "hit after hit after hit" with "iconic singers and iconic songs," a new package concert dubbed the Rock Pack has united current and former members from a list of veteran acts.
Foghat Announce ‘Under the Influence’ Vinyl Release
Foghat fans will soon be able to buy the band's latest album, Under the Influence, on vinyl.
5 Reasons the J. Geils Band Should Be in the Hall of Fame
Here's our list of five reasons we'd like to see the J. Geils Band up at that podium next April.
Updated: Paul McCartney ‘Upset’ at Phil Collins for Sharing Autograph Snub Story
Like many music lovers of his generation, Phil Collins was a big Beatles fan — emphasis on the was.
‘Billy Gibbons and the BFGs Go to Cuba’ Documentary in the Works
Billy Gibbons' solo sojourn to the 2015 Havana Jazz Festival will be commemorated in the upcoming documentary Billy Gibbons and the BFGs Go to Cuba.
Phil Collins Announces ‘Not Dead Yet Live’ Tour Dates
Phil Collins announces his first full-length concerts in seven years, and hints at the possibility of recording new music.
15 Years Ago: John Mellencamp Overcomes Label Meddling on ‘Cuttin’ Heads’
John Mellencamp closed out the '90s riding one of rock's most impressive hitmaking streaks — and still just as determined as ever to make records his way.
When the Eurythmics Released ‘In the Garden’
Every journey has to start somewhere. For the Eurythmics, it was In the Garden.
The Who Announce Super Deluxe ‘My Generation’ Reissue
The Who's 1965 debut album will make its way back to stores this fall — and it's put on a whole bunch of extra weight over the years.