A professional pop culture junkie for more than 25 years, Jeff Giles regularly surfaces in a number of far-flung locations on the Web.
Rock and Roll Hall of Fame Reveals Journey and ELO Induction Presenters
The Rock and Roll Hall of Fame has revealed more of the presenters and performers set to appear at this year's induction ceremony, scheduled for April 7 at the Barclays Center in Brooklyn.
‘Queen in 3-D’ Retrospective Book Arriving in Stores This Spring
Queen guitarist Brian May is offering fans a personal look back at the band's history with a book that combines fresh recollections and archival stereoscopic photos.
Sammy Hagar and James Hetfield Announce 2017 ‘Acoustic 4 A Cure’ Lineup
Sammy Hagar and James Hetfield have unveiled the details for their fourth annual Acoustic 4 A Cure benefit show, including the date, location and all-star lineup.
Queen Announce Special Edition of Monopoly Board Game
At long last, the surviving members of Queen can say they've been honored with their own special edition of Monopoly.
Bob Dylan and Don Henley Announce (Separate) Summer Tours
Bob Dylan and Don Henley will both be on the road this summer.
Music From Chuck Berry’s Final Album to See Release This Week
Chuck Berry fans worried that the rock legend's recent death would complicate plans for the release of his first album of new music in nearly 40 years can lay those fears to rest.
Eric Clapton Jams With Jimmie Vaughan and Gary Clark Jr. at First 2017 U.S. Concert
Eric Clapton returned to Madison Square Garden last night for the first in a small handful of 2017 U.S. performances, joined by special guests Jimmie Vaughan and Gary Clark, Jr.
Watch Nick Mason Crash His McLaren F1 GTR
Nick Mason took his McLaren F1 GTR race car out for a spin at the Goodwood Circuit yesterday — and suffered a mishap on a parade lap.
Wolfgang Van Halen Will Reportedly Be a One-Man Band on His Solo LP
If the latest rumors about Wolfgang Van Halen's upcoming album are on target, he's taking the whole "solo project" concept literally.
Pete Townshend Writes New Song for Stage Production of the Who’s ‘Tommy’
Nearly 50 years after it was released, the Who's classic Tommy is getting a new song
Metallica Announce Dates for European Leg of WorldWired Tour
It'll be awhile before the members of Metallica get to sleep in their own beds for more than a few weeks at a time.
‘Bat Out of Hell the Musical’ Opens in England
The stage production based on the songs Jim Steinman wrote for Meat Loaf's breakthrough Bat Out of Hell record has completed its opening night.