A professional pop culture junkie for more than 25 years, Jeff Giles regularly surfaces in a number of far-flung locations on the Web.
Rick Springfield’s Got the Blues on New Album ‘The Snake King’
Rick Springfield is returning to his blues roots for his 17th album.
Danish PM Gives Indonesian President Autographed Metallica LP
Since starting out decades ago as just another ear-splitting California band, Metallica have gone on to conquer the world.
Elton John Reportedly Reworking ‘Lion King’ Songs for Remake
Disney is prepping a live-action version of its classic animated hit The Lion King for a new generation, but it will reportedly boast a familiar soundtrack.
Watch Sammy Hagar’s Famous Friends Wish Him a Happy 70th Birthday
You only turn 70 once if you're lucky — and few classic rockers know how to throw a party like Sammy Hagar.
Stolen John Lennon Items Recovered, Returned to Yoko Ono
An assortment of items that once belonged to John Lennon have been returned to his widow Yoko Ono after being stolen.
Eagles Announce 2018 Tour With James Taylor, Jimmy Buffett, Chris Stapleton
As expected, the Eagles are busy lining up tour dates for 2018 — and they're planning on sharing the stage with some famous friends.
Listen to ‘Roundabout’ From Yes’ New ‘Topographic Drama’ Album
Yes revisited some classic chapters from its storied past during their 2016-2017 tour — and now fans are being invited to relive the experience with the new live album.
Gene Simmons Reportedly Slapped With Lifetime Ban by Fox News
With his outsized personality, outspoken opinion and conservative-leaning political views, Kiss co-founder Gene Simmons has long been a natural fit for guest appearances on the Fox News network.
Bob Seger Posts New Album Sampler, Promises Tour ‘Reboot’
Bob Seger is offering fans a sneak peek at his upcoming 'I Knew You When' album.
Eagles Reportedly Teaming Up With Jimmy Buffett for 2018 Tour
Hotel California could be meeting up with Margaritaville for a series of joint dates between the Eagles and Jimmy Buffett in 2018.
The Who Reportedly Negotiating for Las Vegas Residency
When the Who walked away from large-scale touring, co-founders Roger Daltrey and Pete Townshend said they were looking forward to settling in for extended residencies instead.
Neil Young Announces Opening Date for Online Archives
Neil Young fans have long since learned not to count on the release of any given project until it's actually arrived, but it appears that he's sticking with his plan to open a comprehensive online archive.