A professional pop culture junkie for more than 25 years, Jeff Giles regularly surfaces in a number of far-flung locations on the Web.
Watch Jefferson Starship Perform ‘Find Your Way Back’ From Audience Network Concert Specia…
The Audience Network's latest round of 4K concert specials includes a visit from Jefferson Starship.
Artist Updates ‘Sgt. Pepper’s’ Artwork to Include Celebrities Who’ve Recently Died
Celebrities pass away every year, but for some of us, 2016 has felt particularly lethal.
Radiohead, David Bowie, PJ Harvey Among 2017 Grammy Nominees
The list of nominees for the 2017 Grammy Awards is out.
Eric Clapton Announces North American Live Dates for 2017
These shows continue a trend of limited touring for Eric Clapton over the last several years.
The Story of Mick Jagger’s Unreleased Blues Album
If the process of recording blues classics with the Rolling Stones for their upcoming Blue and Lonesome LP felt familiar for Mick Jagger, it wasn't just because he knew all the songs by heart.
45 Years Ago: Harry Nilsson Finds the Promised Land on ‘Nilsson Schmilsson’
Harry Nilsson reached his commercial peak with 1971's 'Nilsson Schmilsson,'
How Joan Jett Hit the Big Time With ‘I Love Rock ‘n Roll’
Joan Jett's solo career looked like it was destined to be a dud after the Runaways splintered — but everything broke wide open with her second release, 1981's I Love Rock 'n Roll.
45 Years Ago: The Faces Release ‘A Nod Is As Good As a Wink … to a Blind Horse’
When they entered the studio to record their third studio album, the Faces were really gathering momentum.
25 Years Ago: Genesis Reconvene For One Last Phil Collins Album, ‘We Can’t Dance’
When Genesis entered the studio to record 'We Can't Dance,' they were coming off their biggest commercial success – and headed for a major change.
Leonard Cohen Dies: Rockers React
We look at how the many generations of rockers that were influenced by Leonard Cohen reacted to his death.