A professional pop culture junkie for more than 25 years, Jeff Giles regularly surfaces in a number of far-flung locations on the Web.
Eagles Tour ‘Healing and Comforting’ for Glenn Frey’s Family
After Glenn Frey's death, it seemed likely that the Eagles were finished, but after augmenting their lineup with Vince Gill and Frey's son Deacon filling in, they've started a new chapter.
Michael Anthony Doesn’t Want to Be ‘Bass Player Everyone Forgot’
Starting over after achieving incredible success can seem daunting — and it's a feeling that former Van Halen bassist Michael Anthony knows all too well.
The History of Iron Maiden’s ‘Trooper’ Beer: 5 Years, 20 Million Pints
For most people, selling millions of records would be enough to stay busy without starting up a side hustle, but the guys in Iron Maiden are different.
Glenn Hughes Is Everyone’s Cranky Uncle
Glenn Hughes has been through an awful lot during his long career, and he can make it through just about anything. Just don't ask him to make music with members of the so-called "millennial" generation.
Ritchie Blackmore Was Glad to Be Replaced in Deep Purple
Former Deep Purple guitarist Ritchie Blackmore has weighed in on the direction the band went after he left the lineup for the final time in 1993.
Queen Announce ‘Crown Jewels’ Las Vegas Residency
The members of Queen are making plans to settle in for an extended stay in the desert later this year.
Def Leppard Premieres New Lyric Video for ‘Pour Some Sugar on Me’
A smash hit in 1988, "Pour Some Sugar on Me" was a last-minute addition to Def Leppard's landmark 1987 'Hysteria' album.
Whitesnake Delay New Album Until 2019
Whitesnake fans will have to wait awhile longer before they get their chance to hear the group's next album.
Mastodon and Dinosaur Jr. Announce Tour Dates
The members of Mastodon will team up with some suitably prehistoric friends when they join Dinosaur Jr. for a series of tour dates later this year.
35 Years Ago: Journey’s ‘Faithfully’ Arrives in a Dream
With their eighth studio album, 1983's 'Frontiers,' Journey's transition from prog-influenced rock to radio-friendly, arena-ready fare was all but complete.