A professional pop culture junkie for more than 25 years, Jeff Giles regularly surfaces in a number of far-flung locations on the Web.
Listen to ‘All the Way,’ From Bob Dylan’s New ‘Fallen Angels’ Album
Bob Dylan has debuted "All the Way," the second pre-release track from his upcoming Fallen Angels LP.
Listen to Paul Simon’s New ‘Stranger to Stranger’ Track ‘Cool Papa Bell’
Paul Simon is streaming "Cool Papa Bell," the second song made available from his new album Stranger to Stranger, due June 3.
30 Years Ago: .38 Special Near the End of a Chapter With ‘Strength in Numbers’
.38 Special evolved beyond their Southern rock roots to achieve mainstream success in the early '80s, and the hits kept coming in as the decade wore on.
Jimmy Page and Robert Plant Unlikely to Testify in Led Zeppelin Plagiarism Trial
A trial to determine whether Led Zeppelin plagiarized the Spirit song "Taurus" while writing "Stairway to Heaven" continues to proceed toward its scheduled May 10 start.
Prince Tributes Pour In Around the World
Prince's paradigm-shifting influence spanned genres, mediums, and continents — and it's all reflected in the number of worldwide tributes that surfaced in the wake of his stunning death at age 57.
Rockers React to Prince’s Death
The shocking news of Prince's death reverberated throughout the music world today, with scores of the acclaimed artist's peers taking to social media to share their grief.
ZZ Top’s Dusty Hill Dislocates Shoulder, Show Postponed
ZZ Top have been forced to postpone at least one show on their current tour following an injury to bassist Dusty Hill.
Watch Paul McCartney Start ‘One on One’ Tour With Revamped Set List
Paul McCartney opened his 2016 One on One Tour in Fresno, Calif., last night, debuting a new set list that included a handful of songs being performed live for the first time.
Rock Hall President and Black Keys Hit Back at Steve Miller
Steve Miller's had his chance to air his grievances with the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame. Now the Hall's president has offered a rebuttal.
Rolling Stones Announce Expanded ‘Totally Stripped’ Package
The Rolling Stones' 1995 acoustic live album Stripped will see the deluxe reissue treatment with a multi-disc overhaul due in stores later this year.
Cheap Trick Talk Rock Hall, Holding Bowie’s Hand and Covering the Beatles for Michael Jack…
Cheap Trick stopped by the Howard Stern Show on April 6 to talk about their upcoming induction into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame.
Rolling Stones Hint at New, Blues-Themed Album for 2016
It sounds like Rolling Stones fans can look forward to a new album from the band before the end of the year — although Keith Richards cautions it may not sound the way they expect.