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 Jimi Hendrix Broke Up With Band of Gypsys On Stage
There were plenty of memorable gigs throughout his too-brief career, but none was more infamous than this one.
Geezer Butler Admits Bill Ward Wasn’t Invited to Play at Black Sabbath’s Final Show
Black Sabbath bassist Geezer Butler has admitted that the band's estranged drummer, Bill Ward, was not actually invited to perform with them at the final stop on their The End Tour.
How ‘Love Stinks’ Gave the J. Geils Band an Overhaul
This 11th LP started the band's early '80s ascension in earnest.
Bruce Springsteen Extends ‘The River’ Tour, Reschedules Postponed Madison Square Garden Show
Just a handful of shows into his The River Tour, Bruce Springsteen has already decided to add some extra dates.
How Stevie Wonder Stole a No. 1 Hit From Jeff Beck
"Superstition" showcased this new sound for a brilliantly talented full-service singer, songwriter and musician.
Black Sabbath Could Record Another Album
Black Sabbath canceled plans to record a new album to coincide with their farewell tour, but once their calendar is clear, they could end up back in the studio after all.
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.
Cars Announce Six-LP Box and Single-Disc Best-Of Set
The Cars' multi-platinum first decade is being boxed up into a freshly remastered retrospective set, alongside a new single-disc, career-spanning compilation.
When Simon and Garfunkel Delivered Their Masterpiece
'Bridge Over Troubled Water' was their most ambitious and fully realized work. It would also spell the end.
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.