A professional pop culture junkie for more than 25 years, Jeff Giles regularly surfaces in a number of far-flung locations on the Web.
45 Years Ago: The Doobie Brothers Show Potential on Their Debut
The Doobie Brothers' debut didn't deliver the goods, but it showed what they were capable of.
Joe Perry’s Pitbull Collaboration ‘Bad Man’ Used for NBA Playoff Commercials
Joe Perry isn't done playing with Pitbull.
Jimmy Page and Robert Plant Unlikely to Testify in Led Zeppelin Plagiarism Trial
A trial to determine whether Led Zeppelin plagiarized the Spirit song "Taurus" while writing "Stairway to Heaven" continues to proceed toward its scheduled May 10 start.
Freddie Mercury Scientifically Proven to Be Awesome
Science just confirmed something Queen fans have known for years: Freddie Mercury was an incredible singer.
Revisiting Brian Johnson’s Last AC/DC Show
No one in the crowd could have known it at the time, but AC/DC's Feb. 28, 2016, performance in Kansas City looks like it was the end of an era.
Gib Guilbeau, Former Flying Burrito Brother, Dead at 78
Gib Guilbeau, a multi-instrumentalist, songwriter, and vocalist who served as a linchpin of the latter-day Flying Burrito Brothers lineup, has died at the age of 78.
Paul McCartney Expands ‘One on One’ Tour
Paul McCartney continues to expand his One on One Tour, with the latest dates promising the former Beatle's first trip to Cleveland since 2002.
Ace Frehley Explains Why His ‘Origins’ LP Includes a Cover of a Kiss Song He Never Played …
Ace Frehley fans who find it odd that his new Origins Vol. 1 album includes a cover of "Rock and Roll Hell" — a Kiss song he didn't originally play on — have Frehley's label rep Ken Gulick to thank.
Watch Paul McCartney Start ‘One on One’ Tour With Revamped Set List
Paul McCartney opened his 2016 One on One Tour in Fresno, Calif., last night, debuting a new set list that included a handful of songs being performed live for the first time.
Hear Ace Frehley and Paul Stanley Reunite for ‘Fire and Water’
Ace Frehley's new Origins Vol. 1 covers LP includes a long-awaited reunion with Frehley's former Kiss bandmate Paul Stanley.