A professional pop culture junkie for more than 25 years, Jeff Giles regularly surfaces in a number of far-flung locations on the Web.
Chicago Announce ‘VI Decades Live’ Box
Chicago have been one of rock's most consistently busy touring acts for decades.
Steve Miller Band’s Early LPs Collected in ‘Complete Albums Volume 1′ Vinyl Box
To help mark the 50th anniversary of the Steve Miller Band's full-length recorded debut, the group's first nine albums are returning to stores in a vinyl box collection.
Pete Townshend’s ‘Who Came First’ Getting 45th Anniversary Reissue
Pete Townshend's first solo album will mark its 45th anniversary by returning to stores with a second disc of bonus material that includes previously unreleased tracks.
Gene Simmons Announces New Book About Rock’s ’27 Club’
Gene Simmons' next book will delve into the mythology surrounding the "27 club" of celebrities who've died at the age of 27.
How the ‘Pet Sounds’ Cover Shoot Earned the Beach Boys a Lifetime Ban From San Diego Zoo
The history of the Beach Boys contains more than its share of pain and darkness, but they've never exactly been the edgiest group.
Dennis DeYoung Announces Grand Illusion 40th Anniversary Tour
Former Styx frontman Dennis DeYoung will celebrate one of the band's career milestones with a series of tour dates commemorating the 40th anniversary of their classic 'The Grand Illusion' LP.
Cars Announce Expanded ‘Shake It Up’ and ‘Heartbeat City’ Reissues
A couple of classic Cars albums are coming back to stores with remastered sound.
Walter Becker’s Estate Files to Dismiss Steely Dan Lawsuit
The pending lawsuit between Donald Fagen and the estate of his late Steely Dan co-founder Walter Becker has produced another round of motions.
‘The Beatles in India’ Documentary Set for 2018 Premiere
The Beatles' 1968 pilgrimage to India is being revisited through a new documentary, fittingly titled 'The Beatles in India,' scheduled for release later this year.
Kiss and the Commodores Get Mashed Up in ‘Rock ‘n’ Roll Until a Reasonable Hour’
Kiss fans have an obvious standby track to go to whenever they feel like rocking and/or rolling all night as well as partying every day.