A professional pop culture junkie for more than 25 years, Jeff Giles regularly surfaces in a number of far-flung locations on the Web.
Don Henley Ejected a Concertgoer for Shouting Don Felder’s Name
At his concerts, Don Henley expects his fans to keep their phones in their pockets and their feelings about former Eagles to themselves.
Ozzy Osbourne Returning to the Alamo to Apologize for That Whole ‘Public Urination on a Be…
More than 30 years after he was arrested for public urination on a memorial statue in San Antonio's landmark Alamo Plaza, Ozzy Osbourne would like to apologize.
Ex-Journey Drummer Deen Castronovo Says He’d ‘Probably Be Dead’ If He Hadn’t Been Arrested
Former Journey drummer Deen Castronovo has issued a statement apologizing to everyone hurt by his actions.
Keith Richards Dismisses Led Zeppelin as ‘Hollow,’ Calls the Who ‘All Flash’
Keith Richards was asked to offer his thoughts on Led Zeppelin and the Who — and it went about as poorly as you might have already guessed.
Paul McCartney Looks Back on His ‘Very Necessary’ Rivalry With John Lennon
Nothing brings out the best in a songwriter like a partnership with just the right amount of creative tension. Just ask Paul McCartney.
‘The Beatles 1′ to Receive Deluxe Reissue
The Beatles' bestselling best-of collection, The Beatles 1, is getting the deluxe reissue treatment this fall.
The Day Stevie Nicks and Christine McVie Left Fleetwood Mac
Stevie Nicks and Christine McVie left Fleetwood Mac in September 1990.
Keith Richards Wants His Daughters to Snort His Ashes
It looks like Keith Richards' kids won't need to worry about picking out a coffin for the old man after he's gone — or even fighting over where to keep his remains.
Pink Floyd’s Pig Is Up for Auction
Searching for that last little decorative touch that will set your house apart from everything else in the neighborhood? You may want to bid on the giant inflatable pig created for the cover photo of Pink Floyd's Animals.
The Who’s ‘Live in Hyde Park’ Scheduled for Theatrical Release
The final U.K. stop on the Who's 50th anniversary tour will be commemorated with Live at Hyde Park, a concert film scheduled for a theatrical run later this year.