A professional pop culture junkie for more than 25 years, Jeff Giles regularly surfaces in a number of far-flung locations on the Web.
Listen to Elton John Classics Covered by Chris Stapleton, Q-Tip and Demi Lovato
Elton John and his longtime songwriting partner Bernie Taupin are getting the tribute treatment with a pair of upcoming albums that find pop and country artists covering classic cuts from their catalog.
Glenn Frey’s Solo Career Summarized With New Four-Disc Box ‘Above the Clouds’
Glenn Frey's solo career is getting the deluxe retrospective treatment with a new box set that collects hits and deep cuts, as well as live recordings and out-of-print early sides.
Gene Simmons Named Chief Evangelist Officer for Canadian Cannabis Company Invictus
It's news that will doubtless prompt a double take from anyone who's ever listened to Gene Simmons' thoughts on drugs.
Broadcaster iHeartMedia Files for Bankruptcy
The largest radio company in the United States has filed for bankruptcy.
Former Social Distortion Drummer Charlie Quintana Dead at 56
Drummer Charlie Quintana, best known for his tenure with Social Distortion, has died at the age of 56.
Watch the Moody Blues Perform ‘The Morning (Another Morning)’ From ‘Days of Future Passed …
The Moody Blues are marking the 50th anniversary of their classic 'Days of Future Passed' LP with a CD/DVD offering a new live performance of the album in its entirety.
Glenn Tipton Vows Judas Priest ‘Will Be as Strong as Ever’
It can't be easy for longtime Judas Priest guitarist Glenn Tipton to watch the band head out on tour without him in the live lineup as he faces his Parkinson's disease diagnosis.
Pearl Jam Play First Show in Nearly Two Years: Set List and Video
With their new single arriving in stores and a new album on the way, Pearl Jam took to the stage at Lollapalooza Chile.
Judas Priest Begin 2018 Firepower Tour: Set List and Video
Judas Priest are officially on the road in support of their new 'Firepower' LP.
Rob Halford Remains Committed to Fighting for ‘Equality Across the Board’
Judas Priest singer Rob Halford has definitely done his part to further the conversation around issues of tolerance and inclusion in metal, but he still sees a long way to go.