A professional pop culture junkie for more than 25 years, Jeff Giles regularly surfaces in a number of far-flung locations on the Web.
Watch Nick Mason Crash His McLaren F1 GTR
Nick Mason took his McLaren F1 GTR race car out for a spin at the Goodwood Circuit yesterday — and suffered a mishap on a parade lap.
‘Bat Out of Hell the Musical’ Opens in England
The stage production based on the songs Jim Steinman wrote for Meat Loaf's breakthrough Bat Out of Hell record has completed its opening night.
Metallica Announce Beastie Boys DJ Mix Master Mike as ‘WorldWired’ Touring Partner
The Beastie Boys' DJ will spin records in between sets during Metallica's 'WorldWired' tour this summer.
Jefferson Starship Announce 2017 ‘Carry the Fire’ Tour
Jefferson Starship may be headed to a concert venue near you.
Liverpool Police Recruitment Film From 1958 May Offer a Glimpse of Future Beatles
A local historian made the connection after confirming that the clip was filmed essentially next door to Paul McCartney's home.
Nancy Wilson’s New Band Roadcase Royale to Make Live Debut at ‘Rock Against MS’ Benefit
Roadcase Royale, the new group that includes Nancy Wilson is set to make its live debut later this month.
UPDATE: Bon Jovi Join Fundraising Efforts to Help Former Crew Member
There's no shortage of rock stars who sing about taking care of family and sticking up for the working man, but it's a lot harder to actually show up and help out when it really counts.
Trent Reznor and Flea Contribute New Music to the Piano Bar at Banksy’s New Palestinian Ho…
Mysterious and perpetually buzzed-about artist Banksy has launched a piano bar that treats guests to original music from artists such as Trent Reznor and Flea.
Rumored Record Store Day 2017 Releases Include Ben Folds, Coheed and Cambria, Dave Matthew…
Record Store Day 2017 official announcements are right around the corner — and a slew of rumors about this year's releases are already here.
40 Years Ago: Foreigner Release Their Debut Album
For guitarist Mick Jones, who ended up at loose ends in New York during the mid-'70s, stranded and jobless was merely a short-lived inconvenience that led to the gig of a lifetime.
Jack White Is Writing New Music in a Two-Bedroom Nashville Apartment
Jack White appears to be trying to shut out all distractions during writing sessions for his next album.
Lars Ulrich Slams Trump’s Mexican Border Wall: ‘I Think We Need to Bring People Together’
During a recent interview with a Mexican television network, Metallica drummer Lars Ulrich made it perfectly plain which side of the Mexican border wall debate he's on.