A professional pop culture junkie for more than 25 years, Jeff Giles regularly surfaces in a number of far-flung locations on the Web.
Brian May Wants Donald Trump to Stop Using ‘We Are the Champions’
Those keeping track can now officially add Queen to the list of acts who don't wish to have their music associated with Donald Trump's presidential campaign.
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.
Watch Paul McCartney Start ‘One on One’ Tour With Revamped Set List
Paul McCartney opened his 2016 One on One Tour in Fresno, Calif., last night, debuting a new set list that included a handful of songs being performed live for the first time.
Bun E. Carlos Announces ‘Welcome to Bunezuela!’ Solo LP, Releases Single ‘Do Something Rea…
Cheap Trick co-founder Bun E. Carlos has kept a fairly low profile since being replaced in the touring lineup several years ago, but that's about to change.
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.
Classic Rock Comes to the ACMs With David Bowie Tribute, Billy Gibbons Duet
Chris Stapleton and Jason Aldean were some of the bigger winners at the ACM Awards last night, but the evening's festivities also made room for some classic rock favorites.
The Story of Led Zeppelin’s Clash With Cops and Spilled Champagne in Pittsburgh
Led Zeppelin were still a young band when they made their second tour of the States in 1970.
Elton John Refutes Sexual Harassment Allegations
Elton John's attorney has fired back against allegations that his client sexually harassed a former security guard, calling the plaintiff's claims "patently untrue."
How the Eagles Steered From Country to Rock With ‘On the Border’
The Eagles' third album was released in March 1974. We look back at it with some exclusive quotes from Don Felder.
The History of Billy Joel’s Tough ‘Glass Houses’
Billy Joel closed out the '70s with two of the bestselling albums of the decade in The Stranger and 52nd Street.