A professional pop culture junkie for more than 25 years, Jeff Giles regularly surfaces in a number of far-flung locations on the Web.
Ron Howard’s Beatles Movie Schedules Hulu and Theatrical Releases
Ron Howard's documentary about the Beatles' touring years as a touring act is headed for theaters and home viewing this fall.
How Van Halen Reached Back to Their Roots on ‘For Unlawful Carnal Knowledge’
It took more than a year for Van Halen to record 1991's 'For Unlawful Carnal Knowledge,' but it paid off on the charts.
Eddie Van Halen Got Out of a Speeding Ticket for Being Eddie Van Halen
Sammy Hagar isn't the only Van Halen alumnus who has a hard time driving under the speed limit.
45 Years Ago: The Doobie Brothers Show Potential on Their Debut
The Doobie Brothers' debut didn't deliver the goods, but it showed what they were capable of.
The Story of Led Zeppelin’s Clash With Cops and Spilled Champagne in Pittsburgh
Led Zeppelin were still a young band when they made their second tour of the States in 1970.
The Story of Van Halen’s Second Album, ‘Van Halen II’
"The '80s are coming and we're going to be the soundtrack. We're here to blow the bugles and jump on the horns and whistle it all in and usher it down the road and round the stretch and across the finish line."
The Story of David Bowie’s Big-Screen Debut in ‘The Man Who Fell to Earth’
David Bowie's first feature film starring role was in 'The Man Who Fell to Earth,' which premiered on March 18, 1976.
The Story of Van Halen’s Injury-Plagued ‘Balance’ Tour
Early 1995 found Van Halen heading back out on the road with a No. 1 album on the chart — but trouble was brewing.
The History of Billy Joel’s Tough ‘Glass Houses’
Billy Joel closed out the '70s with two of the bestselling albums of the decade in The Stranger and 52nd Street.
The Story of Queen’s Second Album, ‘Queen II’
Queen released their second album 'Queen II' on March 8, 1974.