A professional pop culture junkie for more than 25 years, Jeff Giles regularly surfaces in a number of far-flung locations on the Web.
Steve Martin and Martin Short Reunite for Fall Tour
The two amigos are bringing their mixture of comedy and bluegrass to a handful of cities in the fall.
30 Years Ago: Prince Transcends Boundaries With ‘Sign ‘O’ the Times’
Prince fired the Revolution, then combined elements of two shelved projects and came out with arguably his greatest work, 1987's 'Sign 'O' the Times'
Paul Simon to Headline 2017 Eaux Claires Festival
The rock legend will appear at the festival curated by Bon Iver's Justin Vernon in his hometown.
‘The High School That Rocked!’ Trailer Teases Story of School That Hosted Rock Legends Lik…
Before touring became big business for promoters who elevated rock shows to an art, even name-brand bands played pretty much anywhere.
Foreigner’s ‘Cold as Ice’ Heats Up New Wendy’s Super Bowl Commercial
Super Bowl 51 viewers will hear Foreigner during this year's game — at least if they stick around during the commercials.
Bruce Springsteen Applauds Members of Women’s March: ‘We Stand With You’
Bruce Springsteen took a few moments out of his show in Melbourne on Jan. 22 to offer his support to the millions who took to the streets as part of the Women's March.
Heart’s Nancy Wilson Announces New Side Project Roadcase Royale
Heart's Nancy Wilson has a little time off from the band this year — and she's using to start up a new project, Roadcase Royale.
25 Years Ago: Eric Clapton Releases ‘Tears in Heaven’
Eric Clapton turned to the healing power of music at one of his darkest personal moments.
Is FM Radio Facing Extinction?
Following through on a policy switch passed in 2011, Norway has begun phasing out its national FM broadcasts.
When the Rolling Stones Hit the Top 40 Without Keith Richards
What do you do when your star guitarist walks out on you during the middle of a session? Keep jamming.