A professional pop culture junkie for more than 25 years, Jeff Giles regularly surfaces in a number of far-flung locations on the Web.
Read About the Night Chris Jericho Met Keith Richards
In an excerpt from his new memoir, wrestling superstar, podcast host and Fozzy singer Chris Jericho recalls the night he met Rolling Stones guitarist Keith Richards.
Yes Forced to Cancel Concert Due to Torrential Downpour
Yes have weathered seemingly innumerable lineup changes over the years, but even they can't play their way through an honest-to-goodness storm.
Phil Collen Announces Limited Edition ‘Electric Splatter’ Sneakers
Def Leppard guitarist Phil Collen has teamed up with the Vancouver-based Six Hundred Four shoe company to produce a limited run of "Electric Splatter" sneakers.
Listen to Autograph’s New ‘Get Off Your Ass’ Single: Exclusive Premiere
The members of Autograph are offering fans a sneak peek at their new 'Get Off Your Ass' LP with the debut of the album's first single and title track.
Gene Simmons Shrugs Off Devil Horns Trademark Criticism: ‘I Can Do Anything I Want’
"Did you know I own the money bag logo? The dollar sign with the bag of money. I own all kinds of things," said Simmons. "I own ‘motion pictures’ as a trademark."
Mick Jones Says ‘Thoughts Are Flowing’ Around More Foreigner Reunions
There's also the possibility of new music on the horizon from Foreigner.
Hear AC/DC’s ‘You Shook Me All Night Long’ Covered as a Waltz by Mike Errico: Exclusive Pr…
Although he doesn't usually work in the same hard-rock vein mined by AC/DC, Mike Errico says his long-standing love for this song is real.
Watch David Gilmour Reflect on Touring South America in ‘Live at Pompeii’ Interview Clip: …
David Gilmour talks about how South American audiences are different in a new clip from his 'Live at Pompeii' documentary.
Eagles Announce New 2017 Tour Dates
Reinvigorated with an expanded lineup following the passing of co-founder Glenn Frey, the Eagles have started building out a new tour calendar.
Suspicious Fire Guts Le Studio, Where Many Classic Albums Were Recorded
Le Studio, the Canadian studio that once played host to a long list of renowned rock artists in the midst of making some of the genre's best-loved albums, has been consumed by a fire.