A professional pop culture junkie for more than 25 years, Jeff Giles regularly surfaces in a number of far-flung locations on the Web.
Eric Clapton Talks New Album: ‘I Kind of Might Be Saying Goodbye’
Eric Clapton isn't saying he's ready to retire just yet — but he won't rule out the possibility either.
Toto Announce U.S. Summer Tour
Toto's summer 2016 tour offers American fans 'An Evening With' the band.
Paul McCartney Meets Women Who Inspired Beatles’ ‘Blackbird’ as Little Rock High School St…
Paul McCartney brought his One on One Tour to Little Rock on April 30, and paid tribute to two of the women who inspired the Beatles classic "Blackbird" while he was in town.
Guns N’ Roses Expand ‘Not in This Lifetime’ Tour
Axl Rose's duties as fill-in vocalist for AC/DC this summer aren't keeping him from adding dates to the Guns N' Roses reunion tour with Slash and Duff McKagan.
Artists Honor Prince With Concert Covers
A number of artists who were on the road when the world received word of Prince's sudden passing decided to honor the late icon by taking a few moments to offer performances of his classic songs.
Rockers React to Prince’s Death
The shocking news of Prince's death reverberated throughout the music world today, with scores of the acclaimed artist's peers taking to social media to share their grief.
Listen to ‘Lullaby Renditions of Creedence Clearwater Revival': Exclusive Premiere
For every parent who's ever wished they could say "I put a spell on you" to an infant who refuses to sleep, here comes an entire album's worth of Creedence Clearwater Revival classics redone lullaby style.
Paul McCartney Expands ‘One on One’ Tour
Paul McCartney continues to expand his One on One Tour, with the latest dates promising the former Beatle's first trip to Cleveland since 2002.
Kid Rock Inducts Cheap Trick Into Rock and Roll Hall of Fame
Kid Rock inducted Cheap Trick into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame tonight.
Ted Nugent ‘Endorses’ Hillary Clinton for April Fool’s Day
It must have come as a terrible shock for Ted Nugent fans who forgot to check their calendars this morning.
Revisiting Supertramp’s Best-Selling LP, ‘Breakfast in America’
Supertramp's massively successful 'Breakfast in America' was released on March 29, 1979.
How Van Halen Used Tension to Build Their Third Album, ‘Women and Children First’
Having earned a reputation for flashy fretboard technique, Eddie Van Halen was eager to start pushing the boundaries of Van Halen’s sound.