A professional pop culture junkie for more than 25 years, Jeff Giles regularly surfaces in a number of far-flung locations on the Web.
Neil Young to Complete Long-Lost ‘Trans’ Film
Neil Young plans to expand his already voluminous online archives to include a wealth of previously unreleased material — including a long-lost film companion to his polarizing 1982 'Trans' LP.
Mick Jagger, Keith Richards and Jeff Beck Guest on New Buddy Guy LP
Buddy Guy has had a huge influence on generations of rockers, and on the blues legend's upcoming LP, a few of his most famous disciples will have an opportunity to return the favor.
U2 Cut ‘Joshua Tree’ Songs, Bring Back MacPhisto on Opening Night
The last time U2 went on tour, they revisited their landmark 'Joshua Tree' album. On their current trek, they appear more interested in looking back on other corners of their classic catalog.
Bruce Springsteen’s Broadway Show Earns Special Tony Award
Bruce Springsteen will inch a little closer to an EGOT at this year's Tony Awards.
Queen Count Down to ‘Bohemian Rhapsody’ Teaser Premiere
Soon, Queen fans will get their first view of footage from the upcoming 'Bohemian Rhapsody' band biopic.
See Excerpts From New Graphic History ‘Visualizing the Beatles’
Decades after their breakup, the Beatles remain one of the most popular bands on the planet — including bookstores.
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.
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.
Def Leppard’s Joe Elliott Has Playlist for His Funeral Picked Out
Like a lot of other people, Def Leppard singer Joe Elliott has given some thought to the songs he'd like playing at his funeral.
Moody Blues Remember Sharing an Early Bill With the Beatles
A wise musician always pays attention to the other artists on the bill — you never know where you're going to hear them next, or when they might turn out to be the next biggest band in the world.