A professional pop culture junkie for more than 25 years, Jeff Giles regularly surfaces in a number of far-flung locations on the Web.
Dokken Announce ‘Return to the East’ Live Album
The short run of 2016 tour dates that briefly reunited Dokken's classic lineup are due to be commemorated with a CD/DVD/Blu-ray package, 'Return to the East 2016.'
‘The Beatles in India’ Documentary Set for 2018 Premiere
The Beatles' 1968 pilgrimage to India is being revisited through a new documentary, fittingly titled 'The Beatles in India,' scheduled for release later this year.
George Lynch Talks Super Stroke Project With Fellow Dokken Vets
George Lynch's recent onstage reunion with Don Dokken isn't the only way he's spent time reaching into his past lately.
All My Classic-Rock Heroes Are Retiring. What Should I Do?
Saying goodbye can be painfully difficult, and it's becoming a way of life for classic rock fans.
Rick Springfield Recalls Oprah Trying to Find the ‘Jessie’ of ‘Jessie’s Girl’
Every artist's catalog contains its share of secret stories, and part of the fun that goes along with loving the songs can be trying to suss out the mysteries behind what inspired those classic hits.
Kiss and the Commodores Get Mashed Up in ‘Rock ‘n’ Roll Until a Reasonable Hour’
Kiss fans have an obvious standby track to go to whenever they feel like rocking and/or rolling all night as well as partying every day.
Watch Don Dokken Reunite Onstage With George Lynch
A popular fixture of the live music scene in Los Angeles, Ultimate Jam Night encourages a stage environment where just about anything can happen.
U2’s ‘Live’ Grammy Performance Will Reportedly Be Pre-Taped
Music fans have learned to expect a certain amount of artifice from rock stars when they take the stage for high-profile live events.
A Rock Lover’s Guide to the 2018 Grammys
We've come a long way from the days when rock 'n' roll dominated the Grammy Awards. But fans of the genre still have plenty to look forward to at this year's ceremony.
45 Years Ago: Little Feat Serve Up ‘Dixie Chicken’
After their low-selling debut nearly cost them their record contract, Little Feat had to fight their way through to a second album, and they nearly fell apart before they could make their third.