A professional pop culture junkie for more than 25 years, Jeff Giles regularly surfaces in a number of far-flung locations on the Web.
Previously Unreleased Queen and David Bowie Collaborations Could Be Coming
According to guitarist Brian May, some particularly interesting previously unreleased Queen recordings could be on the way.
Dave Davies Is Still Open to New Music With His Brother Ray
Kinks fans have been waiting for years to see whether long-feuding co-founders Dave and Ray Davies can get back in the studio.
Gene Simmons Weighs in On U.S. Immigration Policy
No matter the subject, you can always pretty much count on Gene Simmons having some thoughts.
35 Years Ago: Fleetwood Mac Recover With ‘Mirage’
'Mirage' saw Fleetwood Mac finding balance between the commercial aspects of 'Rumours' and the experimentalism of 'Tusk.'
40 Years Ago: Judas Priest Play Their First U.S. Concert, Opening for REO Speedwagon
We spoke with REO Speedwagon's Kevin Cronin about when Judas Priest served as their opening act in 1977.
Bob Seger Makes a Dozen Albums Available for Streaming and Download
After years of holding out, Bob Seger has joined the digital distribution era.
35 Years Ago: Eddie Money Rebounds With ‘No Control’
After three straight Top 40 albums, Eddie Money was riding high in the early '80s — in more ways than one.
Ted Nugent Says He Will No Longer Engage in ‘Hateful Rhetoric’
After years of making headlines with belligerent statements about left-leaning politicians and their supporters, Ted Nugent has pledged to take a more thoughtful approach from now on.
Neil Young Stepping Back From Bridge School Benefit, Show Won’t Be Held This Year
Citing "personal reasons," Neil Young is giving up hosting duties for the Bridge School concert series he co-founded with ex-wife Pegi in 1986.
Yoko Ono May Get a Songwriting Credit for ‘Imagine’
Administrative efforts are underway to officially add Yoko Ono's name to the songwriting credits for John Lennon's 1971 classic "Imagine."