A professional pop culture junkie for more than 25 years, Jeff Giles regularly surfaces in a number of far-flung locations on the Web.
When Todd Rundgren Was Robbed at Home by Masked Burglars
Years later, Todd Rundgren chalked it up to the mistaken belief that rock stars have a lot of stuff worth stealing — particularly drugs.
Alex Lifeson Assures Rush Fans That the ‘R40′ Tour Was ‘Not the End of the Band’
Rush may be finished with long tours, but guitarist Alex Lifeson has made it clear that the band has no plans to retire anytime soon.
The Day J. Geils Band Singer Peter Wolf Married Actress Faye Dunaway
J. Geils Band frontman Peter Wolf married Faye Dunaway 40 years ago, one day after they became engaged.
Watch Paul Simon Join Billy Joel to Say Goodbye to Long Island’s Nassau Coliseum
One Long Island icon bade farewell to another last night, when Billy Joel closed out Nassau Coliseum with a rollicking set that lasted more than three hours and included special guest Paul Simon.
How Creedence Clearwater Revival Found Their Musical Center With ‘Green River’
John Fogerty has called 'Green River,' released today in 1969, his favorite Creedence Clearwater Revival album.
Paul Stanley’s ‘Soul Station’ Schedules September Concert
Kiss co-founder Paul Stanley is using his next bit of downtime from the band to focus on a very different musical project.
Don Henley Announces Tour Dates in Support of New Album, ‘Cass County’
Don Henley has announced the first tour dates in support of his new solo album, Cass County.
Mick Jagger and Martin Scorsese’s ‘Rock Drama’ Has a Name
Years of patient development have finally paid off for Mick Jagger and Martin Scorsese, whose "'70s rock drama" project will bow on HBO in 2016.
The Night the Eagles Imploded
The Eagles' music has always had plenty of mellow grooves and beautiful harmonies, but behind the scenes, there have been plenty of times when peaceful, easy feelings between the band members were in decidedly short supply.
The Day Joe Perry Quit Aerosmith
Joe Perry quit Aerosmith after a backstage fight in Cleveland.
That Time Led Zeppelin Cleaned Up Jim Morrison’s Mess After a Disastrous Concert
Led Zeppelin were on the rise in the summer of 1969, while Doors frontman Jim Morrison was in the midst of a long and painful public downward spiral. On July 27, the two bands met going in opposite directions.
Hear Led Zeppelin’s Previously Unreleased Version of ‘When the Levee Breaks’
We're just days away from the last few releases in Led Zeppelin's deluxe reissue series, and the band has offered one last advance sneak peek at the newly remastered and expanded albums by posting a previously unreleased version of "When the Levee Breaks."