A professional pop culture junkie for more than 25 years, Jeff Giles regularly surfaces in a number of far-flung locations on the Web.
Why John Lennon and George Harrison Won’t Ever Be Knighted
Ringo Starr's selection for knighthood in late 2017 made him the most recent Beatle to earn the honor.
July’s Biggest Classic Rock Stories: 2017 in Review
During July 2017, the recurring themes in classic rock were reunions and farewells.
Gibson Suing Funko Over Guitar Designs
Gibson filed suit in California federal court, alleging "repeated" unauthorized use of its company's guitar designs in Funko figures.
Classic Rock Dominates 2017’s Top-Grossing Tour List
It felt like the world went through a lot of changes in 2017, but at least one thing remained the same.
Steve Miller Selling Two Different $14 Million+ Dollar Homes
After Steve Miller finalizes the sale of the two homes he has on the market, he'll definitely be able to take the money and run.
How Billy Squier Ended up Leading an On-Air MTV Holiday Singalong
While it'd be surreal today to see a recording artist leading staffers through an on-air holiday singalong, at the time, it was a perfectly MTV thing to do.
How to Sync Rock’s Most Perfect Musical New Year’s Eve Countdowns
Most of the big moments in our lives are made better with a well-chosen soundtrack, so it's well worth putting some extra thought into your New Year's Eve playlist.
Classic Rock and Classical Mix in Broadway Musical ‘Rocktopia’
Classic rock is coming to Broadway next spring — and it will have classical company.
Gene Simmons Roast Canceled by Friars Club
Citing "recent developments" surrounding Gene Simmons, the Friars Club has canceled plans to host a roast of the Kiss co-founder next March.
Rolling Stone Magazine Finds a Buyer
Several months after news broke that the magazine was searching for a buyer, 'Rolling Stone' has changed hands.