A professional pop culture junkie for more than 25 years, Jeff Giles regularly surfaces in a number of far-flung locations on the Web.
Robbie Williams Apologizes for Insinuating Jimmy Page Is Mentally Ill
U.K. neighbors Jimmy Page and Robbie Williams still probably won't be attending one another's barbecues anytime soon, but the pair's long-running public feud appears to have ended.
See Classic Rock Record Covers Given a Marvel Comics Twist
Select issues of Marvel Comics titles will put some of the publisher's best-loved characters in the middle of classic rock album covers later this year.
Toronto Capybaras Named After Members of Rush
Some of Toronto's most famous rodents now have new names, courtesy of three of the city's favorite rock 'n' roll sons.
Nikki Sixx Says He’s ‘Unofficially Retired’ From Touring
Nikki Sixx spent decades on the road with Mötley Crüe — and has recently toured with Sixx:A.M. — but it sounds like he's finally had enough of being away from home.
Hear the New Version of ‘Gypsy’ Stevie Nicks Recorded for Netflix
Netflix's upcoming Gypsy series, starring Naomi Watts as a therapist on the verge of personal and professional disaster, was strongly inspired by Fleetwood Mac's 1982 hit "Gypsy."
25 Years Ago: Black Sabbath Release ‘Dehumanizer’
Ronnie James Dio's 1982 exit from Black Sabbath presaged a bumpy period for the group — one they hoped to end by bringing him back into the fold a decade later.
Lindsey Buckingham and Christine McVie Begin 2017 Tour: Set List and Videos
Lindsey Buckingham and Christine McVie played the first date on their 2017 tour in Atlanta last night.
Previously Unreleased Queen and David Bowie Collaborations Could Be Coming
According to guitarist Brian May, some particularly interesting previously unreleased Queen recordings could be on the way.
Gene Simmons Weighs in On U.S. Immigration Policy
No matter the subject, you can always pretty much count on Gene Simmons having some thoughts.
40 Years Ago: Judas Priest Play Their First U.S. Concert, Opening for REO Speedwagon
We spoke with REO Speedwagon's Kevin Cronin about when Judas Priest served as their opening act in 1977.
Bob Seger Makes a Dozen Albums Available for Streaming and Download
After years of holding out, Bob Seger has joined the digital distribution era.
35 Years Ago: Eddie Money Rebounds With ‘No Control’
After three straight Top 40 albums, Eddie Money was riding high in the early '80s — in more ways than one.