A professional pop culture junkie for more than 25 years, Jeff Giles regularly surfaces in a number of far-flung locations on the Web.
John Mellencamp Says Rock’s Glory Days Are Over
For decades, rock was the center of the American music world, but that's been changing for some time now, and John Mellencamp doesn't see it ever coming back.
Stream ‘Journey’s End,’ the New Song and Short Film From Queen’s Roger Taylor
Queen drummer Roger Taylor has sprung a surprise on fans with the sudden release of a new song and short film titled "Journey's End."
Yes Announce 2018 Cruise to the Edge Dates and Lineup
Cruise to the Edge, the annual oceanic event hosted by prog vets Yes, has been booked for 2018.
King Crimson Include David Bowie Cover on New Live EP
King Crimson leader Robert Fripp pays tribute to his old friend and collaborator David Bowie on the band's upcoming live EP, which includes a recent cover of Bowie's classic "Heroes."
Former Jefferson Starship Bandmates Headed to Court
Former Jefferson Starship guitarist Craig Chaquico is suing to prevent two former bandmates from continuing to perform under the group's name.
Rock and Roll Hall of Fame Reveals Date and Location for 2018 Induction Ceremony
With this year's Rock and Roll Hall of Fame induction ceremony on the books, plans are already underway for 2018.
Paul McCartney Announces 2017 Tour Dates
Paul McCartney will return to the road this year with a series of tour dates that's taking him from Japan to the U.S.
Listen to a Previously Unreleased Version of Bad Company’s ‘Sweet Lil’ Sister': Exclusive …
Bad Company fans can get an early taste of the band's next round of reissues with a previously unreleased version of the Run with the Pack track "Sweet Lil' Sister."
Neil Young Announces New Hi-Res Audio Streaming Service
After months of speculation, Neil Young has admitted that the marketplace built around his Pono player is "gone."
Lindsey Buckingham and Christine McVie Reveal Album Details and Announce Tour Dates
Lindsey Buckingham and Christine McVie are just about ready to unveil their upcoming album — starting with the impending release of the set's first single, "In My World."
Why the Grateful Dead’s New ‘Long Strange Trip’ Documentary is ‘Not a Date Movie’
Given the band's reputation for sprawling, quasi-freeform live shows, it only makes sense that the first documentary devoted to a comprehensive history of the Grateful Dead should span four hours.
Black Sabbath’s Final Shows Could Be Collected for a Live Album
It's too late to catch Black Sabbath on tour, but fans who missed the band's final dates can look forward to the possible release of a live LP from their recent farewell to the road.