A professional pop culture junkie for more than 25 years, Jeff Giles regularly surfaces in a number of far-flung locations on the Web, including Rotten Tomatoes, Ultimate Classic Rock, and Diffuser. He's also the editor-in-chief of Popdose and the author of the books "Llanview in the Afternoon: An Oral History of 'One Life to Live'" and "Uncle John's Beer-Topia."
Lynyrd Skynyrd Guitarist Gary Rossington ‘Feeling Real Good’ After Heart Surgery
Gary Rossington gave fans a scare earlier this year, but the Lynyrd Skynyrd guitarist says he's well on his way to recovery.
Rock Hall Extends Fan Vote, Journey Maintain Lead Over ELO, Yes
Fans who want to have their say in the next round of Rock and Roll Hall of Fame inductions have an extra few days to cast ballots.
Eric Clapton Announces North American Live Dates for 2017
These shows continue a trend of limited touring for Eric Clapton over the last several years.
How Joan Jett Hit the Big Time With ‘I Love Rock ‘n Roll’
Joan Jett's solo career looked like it was destined to be a dud after the Runaways splintered — but everything broke wide open with her second release, 1981's I Love Rock 'n Roll.
Listen to Brian Johnson’s First Post-AC/DC Recording, ‘Old Friends Don’t Come Easy’
The latest release from the Greg Billings Band features a vocal assist from Brian Johnson — delivering his first studio performance since departing AC/DC earlier this year.
Sammy Hagar Announces New ‘When the Party Started’ Solo Compilation
Sammy Hagar has selected some personal highlights from his post-Van Halen solo career for a new compilation he's calling This Is Sammy Hagar Vol. 1 — When the Party Started.
Hostile Note From Lennon to McCartney Headed to Auction Block
Tensions between John Lennon and Paul McCartney in the wake of the Beatles' breakup are highlighted in an annoyed and often profane letter that's expected to sell for roughly $20,000 at auction.
Aerosmith Announce First ‘Farewell’ Tour Dates
Aerosmith's next tour might be the beginning of the end.
25 Years Ago: Genesis Reconvene For One Last Phil Collins Album, ‘We Can’t Dance’
When Genesis entered the studio to record 'We Can't Dance,' they were coming off their biggest commercial success – and headed for a major change.
The Paris Terror Attacks: One Year Later
A year after terrorists stormed an Eagles of Death Metal concert in Paris, we look back at the aftermath of the tragedy,
Sting Relives Hearing ‘Roxanne’ on the Radio for the First Time: ‘That Was the Most Exciti…
Sting stopped by the Howard Stern Show yesterday to promote his upcoming 57th & 9th LP with a handful of musical performances and a wide-ranging interview.
Mick Jagger Says the Rolling Stones Have ‘Half an Album’ of New Material
Before it evolved into the blues covers set Blue and Lonesome, the Rolling Stones' next studio album was supposed to contain new original material.