A professional pop culture junkie for more than 25 years, Jeff Giles regularly surfaces in a number of far-flung locations on the Web.
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.
The Doors’ Final Filmed Concert to See Release With ‘Live at the Isle of Wight 1970′
Doors fans will have a belated opportunity to revisit one of the later chapters in the band's history with singer Jim Morrison in early 2018.
How a Bomb-Sniffing Dog Saved a Foo Fighters Concert
Foo Fighters are taking concert security very seriously.
Will Bon Jovi Reunite With Former Members at Rock Hall Induction?
It isn't a Rock and Roll Hall of Fame induction without some speculation regarding at least one reunion between former bandmates in a newly inducted act, and this year's no different.
How Queen Animated Frank the Robot for Their 2017 Tour
A great deal of work went into bringing the classic contraption from Queen's 'News of the World' album cover to the stage.
Steven Tyler Opens ‘Janie’s House’ for Abused Women
Janie's House, which has room for 30 residents, is the latest outgrowth of the Janie's Fund charity founded by Steven Tyler in 2015.
Watch Elton John Perform ‘Your Song’ in Tribute to His Mother
Looking for a way to honor the bond with his late mother, Elton John settled on a well-known track from his back pages.
Rick Springfield’s Got the Blues on New Album ‘The Snake King’
Rick Springfield is returning to his blues roots for his 17th album.
Stolen John Lennon Items Recovered, Returned to Yoko Ono
An assortment of items that once belonged to John Lennon have been returned to his widow Yoko Ono after being stolen.
Eagles Announce 2018 Tour With James Taylor, Jimmy Buffett, Chris Stapleton
As expected, the Eagles are busy lining up tour dates for 2018 — and they're planning on sharing the stage with some famous friends.