A professional pop culture junkie for more than 25 years, Jeff Giles regularly surfaces in a number of far-flung locations on the Web.
Pour Some Barley, Water, Hops and Yeast on Me: Def Leppard Announce New Beer
We can add Def Leppard to the growing list of artists pursuing some sort of alcohol-related product as a side business.
Kirk Hammett Still Believes Metallica ‘Were Right’ to Sue Napster
The dawn of the file-sharing era for mainstream music fans came with a lot of messiness between hardcore consumers and the record industry.
Slayer Kick Off Farewell Tour: Set List and Video
The end is nigh for Slayer, who embarked on what's being billed as their final world tour last night in San Diego.
Eagles Tour ‘Healing and Comforting’ for Glenn Frey’s Family
After Glenn Frey's death, it seemed likely that the Eagles were finished, but after augmenting their lineup with Vince Gill and Frey's son Deacon filling in, they've started a new chapter.
Michael Anthony Doesn’t Want to Be ‘Bass Player Everyone Forgot’
Starting over after achieving incredible success can seem daunting — and it's a feeling that former Van Halen bassist Michael Anthony knows all too well.
Ritchie Blackmore Was Glad to Be Replaced in Deep Purple
Former Deep Purple guitarist Ritchie Blackmore has weighed in on the direction the band went after he left the lineup for the final time in 1993.
Queen Announce ‘Crown Jewels’ Las Vegas Residency
The members of Queen are making plans to settle in for an extended stay in the desert later this year.
Def Leppard Premieres New Lyric Video for ‘Pour Some Sugar on Me’
A smash hit in 1988, "Pour Some Sugar on Me" was a last-minute addition to Def Leppard's landmark 1987 'Hysteria' album.
Mick Jagger, Keith Richards and Jeff Beck Guest on New Buddy Guy LP
Buddy Guy has had a huge influence on generations of rockers, and on the blues legend's upcoming LP, a few of his most famous disciples will have an opportunity to return the favor.
See Excerpts From New Graphic History ‘Visualizing the Beatles’
Decades after their breakup, the Beatles remain one of the most popular bands on the planet — including bookstores.