A professional pop culture junkie for more than 25 years, Jeff Giles regularly surfaces in a number of far-flung locations on the Web.
Def Leppard Premieres New Lyric Video for ‘Pour Some Sugar on Me’
A smash hit in 1988, "Pour Some Sugar on Me" was a last-minute addition to Def Leppard's landmark 1987 'Hysteria' album.
Queen Count Down to ‘Bohemian Rhapsody’ Teaser Premiere
Soon, Queen fans will get their first view of footage from the upcoming 'Bohemian Rhapsody' band biopic.
Are These the Demos Featured on Guns N’ Roses’ ‘Appetite for Destruction’ Box?
If the rumors are true and there really is a big box devoted to Guns N' Roses' 'Appetite for Destruction' on the way, we might already have a pretty good idea of which early recordings to expect.
U2 Cut ‘Joshua Tree’ Songs, Bring Back MacPhisto on Opening Night
The last time U2 went on tour, they revisited their landmark 'Joshua Tree' album. On their current trek, they appear more interested in looking back on other corners of their classic catalog.
Mick Jagger, Keith Richards and Jeff Beck Guest on New Buddy Guy LP
Buddy Guy has had a huge influence on generations of rockers, and on the blues legend's upcoming LP, a few of his most famous disciples will have an opportunity to return the favor.
How Squeeze Hit a Wall With ‘Sweets From a Stranger’
Squeeze seemed poised for a major breakthrough after 1981's 'East Side Story' LP — but as would so often be the case throughout the band's career, disaster rather than opportunity was ready to strike.
Fishbone’s Classic Lineup Reunites, Announces Tour Dates
Fishbone fans who catch the band on the road this year are in for a treat.
Watch Two Foo Fighters Fans Get Married at the Band’s Concert
Plenty of wacky stuff has gone down at Foo Fighters shows over the years, but their stop in Dallas might have marked the only time they've ever served as the de facto house band for someone's wedding.
See Excerpts From New Graphic History ‘Visualizing the Beatles’
Decades after their breakup, the Beatles remain one of the most popular bands on the planet — including bookstores.
How Bill Withers Took Another Step Forward With ‘Still Bill’
With his 1971 debut album, Bill Withers marked himself as a talent to watch. The following year, he used the follow-up to prove he was no one-hit wonder.