A professional pop culture junkie for more than 25 years, Jeff Giles regularly surfaces in a number of far-flung locations on the Web.
Twisted Sister Play Last-Ever Concert, Black Sabbath End Final U.S. Tour
Twisted Sister said farewell Nov. 12 with a performance billed as their last-ever show — the same night Black Sabbath played the last U.S. date on their own farewell tour.
Listen to Highlights From Bob Dylan’s ‘The 1966 Live Recordings’
Bob Dylan fans are getting an early glimpse of The 1966 Live Recordings, the 36-disc box culled from live dates with the Band.
Gregg Allman Says the Allman Brothers Are ‘Talking About’ a Reunion Tour
Gregg Allman's getting ready to put out a new solo record — and entertaining the possibility of a reunion tour with the Allman Brothers Band.
When Van Halen Briefly Reunited with David Lee Roth for ‘Best of Vol. I’
David Lee Roth's second stint with Van Halen began and ended when he recorded some songs for a greatest hits compilation.
Cheap Trick, Journey and Foreigner Vets Lead New ‘Rock Pack’ Concert Experience
Promising "hit after hit after hit" with "iconic singers and iconic songs," a new package concert dubbed the Rock Pack has united current and former members from a list of veteran acts.
45 Years Ago: Van Morrison Clears Out His Vaults with ‘Tupelo Honey’
In a career that would come to be defined by near-constant change, Van Morrison's fifth studio album found him in the midst of personal as well as creative upheaval.
Producer Glyn Johns Talks ‘Rolling Stones in Mono’ Box
Producer Glyn Johns offered his thoughts on the reasoning behind — and value of — the new Rolling Stones in Mono box in a new interview to promote the set, which arrived last month.
Lego Announces Sale Date for Beatles ‘Yellow Submarine’ Set
Well, now you know what to get the Beatles fans in your life for Christmas.
Rolling Stones Share First Music From New Blues Album
The Rolling Stones have offered fans what seems to be the first brief snippet of music from the band's upcoming blues album.
Led Zeppelin’s Publishers Still Seeking to Recoup Legal Fees in ‘Stairway to Heaven’ Trial
Led Zeppelin's publishing company has appealed a judge's ruling denying their bid to have their legal fees covered by the plaintiff in the recent "Stairway to Heaven" plagiarism trial.