A professional pop culture junkie for more than 25 years, Jeff Giles regularly surfaces in a number of far-flung locations on the Web.
Mick Jagger Says the Rolling Stones Have ‘Half an Album’ of New Material
Before it evolved into the blues covers set Blue and Lonesome, the Rolling Stones' next studio album was supposed to contain new original material.
Sting Relives Hearing ‘Roxanne’ on the Radio for the First Time: ‘That Was the Most Exciti…
Sting stopped by the Howard Stern Show yesterday to promote his upcoming 57th & 9th LP with a handful of musical performances and a wide-ranging interview.
James Hetfield Thinks Cliff Burton Would Have Been His ‘Ally’ Against Metallica’s ’90s ‘Re…
Metallica's musical path would have been different in any number of ways if Cliff Burton's life hadn't been cut tragically short.
Motley Crue Sued for $30 Million by Former Opening Act
You'd think touring with Mötley Crüe would be a pretty great opportunity for a young band, but at least one of the acts that joined them on the road feels differently.
Gregg Allman Says the Allman Brothers Are ‘Talking About’ a Reunion Tour
Gregg Allman's getting ready to put out a new solo record — and entertaining the possibility of a reunion tour with the Allman Brothers Band.
How Classic Rock Survived the ’80s
During the '80s, trends and technology combined to change the industry in ways that often sounded — and looked — like they'd altered the rock 'n' roll landscape forever.
Paul McCartney Shares His Struggles With Stage Fright
The next time you experience stage fright, just remember: you have something in common with Paul McCartney.
Dee Snider Talks Life After Twisted Sister: ‘I Have a New No-Headbanging Policy’
With his new solo album We Are the Ones, Dee Snider starts a new chapter in his recording career — and one that he isn't necessarily expecting longtime fans to enjoy right away.
Rick Wakeman on Yes’ Potential Rock Hall Induction: ‘I Might Be Washing My Hair That Night…
Yes may eventually get into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame, but if and when it ever happens, it sounds like it'll be too little, too late for former member Rick Wakeman.
35 Years Ago: The J. Geils Band Release ‘Freeze-Frame’
After 10 years and 11 albums, the J. Geils Band nudged into the pop mainstream with 1980's Love Stinks — but that was just the warm-up for their next, and biggest, album.
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.