A professional pop culture junkie for more than 25 years, Jeff Giles regularly surfaces in a number of far-flung locations on the Web.
Pete Townshend Writes New Song for Stage Production of the Who’s ‘Tommy’
Nearly 50 years after it was released, the Who's classic Tommy is getting a new song
The Day Metallica Played Their First-Ever Concert
They'd go on to bang a billion heads, but in the beginning, Metallica were just another rag-tag bunch of kids with their amps cranked into overdrive.
Nancy Wilson’s New Band Roadcase Royale to Make Live Debut at ‘Rock Against MS’ Benefit
Roadcase Royale, the new group that includes Nancy Wilson is set to make its live debut later this month.
New Bon Scott Biography ‘The Last Highway’ Announced for Fall 2017
The incredible life and untimely death of AC/DC singer Bon Scott is being revisited in the new biography 'Bon: The Last Highway: The Untold Story of Bon Scott and AC/DC's Back in Black.'
UPDATE: Bon Jovi Join Fundraising Efforts to Help Former Crew Member
There's no shortage of rock stars who sing about taking care of family and sticking up for the working man, but it's a lot harder to actually show up and help out when it really counts.
Revisiting Foreigner’s Debut Album
For guitarist Mick Jones, who ended up at loose ends in New York during the mid-'70s, stranded and jobless was merely a short-lived inconvenience that led to the gig of a lifetime.
Alice Cooper Goofs on Minnesota Woman Who Petitioned City Officials Against His Show
A Minnesota woman is desperately trying to keep Alice Cooper from visiting a venue near her home,
Foreigner Albums Ranked Worst to Best
It's hard to imagine classic rock radio without the string of hit singles Foreigner peeled off in the '70s and '80s. Here's how we rank their nine studio albums.
Watch Robert Plant Perform ‘Whole Lotta Love’ From AXS TV Concert Special
Promising "an unforgettable performance by one of rock’s most influential performers," AXS TV is set to air Robert Plant & the Sensational Shape Shifters: Live at David Lynch's Festival of Disruption.
ZZ Top Add Dates to 2017 ‘Tonnage’ Tour
ZZ Top's Tonnage Tour will keep on rolling into June, thanks to a spate of freshly announced dates picking up after the band's existing 2017 concert engagements.