A professional pop culture junkie for more than 25 years, Jeff Giles regularly surfaces in a number of far-flung locations on the Web.
When Mick Ronson Played His First Show With David Bowie
David Bowie hs played with a lot of great guitarists in his day. Mick Ronson arguably outshining them all.
Revisiting Cheap Trick’s Breakthrough ‘At Budokan’ LP
The '70s were the decade of the live rock album, with a few concert sets, such as Kiss' 'Alive!' and Peter Frampton's 'Frampton Comes Alive!,' helping trigger massive mainstream breakthroughs.
The Day Jimi Hendrix Played His Final Show With Band of Gypsys
Jimi Hendrix played plenty of memorable gigs throughout his too-brief career, but none was more infamous than this one.
45 Years Ago: ‘Superstition,’ Song Stevie Wonder Stole From Jeff Beck, Hits No. 1
When Stevie Wonder scored a No. 1 hit with 'Superstition' on Jan. 27, 1973, it announced a new sound for the brilliantly talented full-service singer, songwriter and musician.
Mick Jagger Shares Memories of His Friendship With David Bowie
Mick Jagger doesn't remember how they met in the early '70s, and their friendship drifted in more recent years.
Vince Neil Set to Join Arnold Schwarzenegger on New ‘Celebrity Apprentice’
NBC has started putting together a cast of contestants for the first season of its new Celebrity Apprentice series, and Vince Neil is the first to sign on.
Bruce Springsteen Posts Free Concert Download After Storm Forces Show Cancellation
Bruce Springsteen's Madison Square Garden show was postponed thanks to a massive winter storm, but there's a free full-concert download of the Boss' previous concert.
The Album That Sent Phil Collins’ Solo Career Into the Stratosphere
By the mid-'80s, Phil Collins already had a pair of Top 10 solo albums to his credit, plus his day job in a little band called Genesis.
Steven Tyler Films Super Bowl Ad for Skittles
In news that should trigger a flood of "Sweet Emotion" jokes, the Skittles candy brand has booked Steven Tyler for a Super Bowl commercial.
Hear David Bowie’s Impressions of Bruce Springsteen, Neil Young and More
Given how often he changed his sound and style, it should come as no surprise that David Bowie could be a gifted mimic when the mood struck.