A professional pop culture junkie for more than 25 years, Jeff Giles regularly surfaces in a number of far-flung locations on the Web.
Midnight Oil Add Extra U.S. Tour Dates
Midnight Oil have added four shows in the U.S. for August.
Peter Criss Says ‘Rock ‘n’ Roll Is Over’
Former Kiss drummer Peter Criss has had his differences of opinion with ex-bandmate Gene Simmons, but they agree in at least one respect: both men seem to think rock is dead.
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.
Watch Roadcase Royale’s Video for ‘Not Giving Up': Exclusive Premiere
Roadcase Royale, the new group featuring Heart guitarist Nancy Wilson alongside much of the band's lineup plus singer Liv Warfield, have debuted the new video for the single "Not Giving Up."
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.
Michael McDonald Announces New ‘Wide Open’ LP, Solo 2017 Tour Dates
Michael McDonald plans to snap a lengthy drought between studio albums with the release of his ninth solo LP later this year.
Bruce Springsteen Recalls Early IRS Woes: ‘They Came After Us’
After years of struggling to find an audience, Bruce Springsteen made it big in the mid-'70s — and soon discovered that failing to pay one's taxes can have some pretty painful consequences.
20 Years Ago: Cheap Trick Reboots on an Indie Label With ‘Cheap Trick’
Cheap Trick's 1997 album for Red Ant hearkened back to their debut, but, again, external forces went against them.
25 Years Ago: Annie Lennox Steps Out On Her Own With ‘Diva’
After a decade in the Eurythmics, Annie Lennox released her solo debut, 'Diva.'
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.
10 Years Ago: Kiss Guitarist Mark St. John Dies
After appearing on just one Kiss album, Mark St. John slipped into obscurity before passing away under murky circumstances in April of 2007.