A professional pop culture junkie for more than 25 years, Jeff Giles regularly surfaces in a number of far-flung locations on the Web.
Watch Chickenfoot’s Video for ‘Divine Termination': Exclusive Premiere
Just a few days after sending their new single "Divine Termination" to streaming services, Chickenfoot have premiered the song's official video.
Sammy Hagar and Adam Levine Debut New Santo Mezquila Liquor
The spirits industry has been pretty good to Sammy Hagar over the years, and he's just added a new alcoholic venture to his portfolio.
Chickenfoot Share New ‘Divine Termination’ Song
Chickenfoot fans still have a few weeks to wait before the band's Best + Live compilation arrives in stores — but the set's new song, "Divine Termination," is out now.
‘Eric Clapton: A Life in 12 Bars’ Documentary in the Works
One of rock'n' roll's most fascinating lives and distinguished careers is getting the documentary treatment with the forthcoming feature Eric Clapton: A Life in 12 Bars.
‘The High School That Rocked!’ Trailer Teases Story of School That Hosted Rock Legends Lik…
Before touring became big business for promoters who elevated rock shows to an art, even name-brand bands played pretty much anywhere.
Styx Drummer Sued by Concertgoer Alleging Injury
Chucking stuff into the crowd is a time-honored rock 'n' roll tradition, but it carries certain risks. Just ask Styx drummer Todd Sucherman.
Yoko Ono to Produce Film About Her Relationship With John Lennon
John Lennon and Yoko Ono's domestic and creative partnership will be the focus of a new film with Ono serving as one of the project's producers.
Asia Co-Founder and King Crimson Vet John Wetton Dead at 67
John Wetton, the bassist and frontman for Asia as well as a former member of King Crimson, has died at the age of 67 after a battle with cancer.
Neil Young Thinks There’s ‘Every Chance’ of a CSNY Reunion
Crosby, Stills, Nash & Young have nothing if not a volatile history, and the group's on-again, off-again collaboration has lately seemed to be permanently on the outs.
Watch the Lego Remake of David Bowie and Mick Jagger’s ‘Dancing in the Street’ Video
After being mocked for decades, David Bowie and Mick Jagger's video for their cover of "Dancing in the Street" has finally found its true purpose: inspiring a Lego remake.
Read the Transcript of Butch Trucks’ Final Interview
Hours before his death on Jan. 24, former Allman Brothers Band drummer Butch Trucks was on the phone with The Morning Call for what would turn out to be his final interview.
Mastodon Unveil 360-Degree Teaser for New Album
Mastodon fans have been offered their first taste of the band's upcoming LP in the form of a 360-degree video set to a brief chunk of new music.