A professional pop culture junkie for more than 25 years, Jeff Giles regularly surfaces in a number of far-flung locations on the Web.
Former Fairport Convention and Joe Cocker Drummer Bruce Rowland Dies at 74
Drummer Bruce Rowland, whose prolific career included session work for a long list of artists as well as stints with Fairport Convention and the Grease Band, has died at the age of 74.
That Time John Lennon Learned He’s a Bad Driver the Hard Way
John Lennon was a brilliant songwriter, but not much of a driver.
John Fogerty Sends Concert Tickets to Fan Seeking ‘Miracle’
A longtime John Fogerty fan found herself desperately wanting to attend the former Creedence Clearwater Revival frontman's June 27 tour stop in Philadelphia.
Joni Mitchell’s Legal Guardian Issues Statement in Response to Rumors About Mitchell’s Hea…
Joni Mitchell's desire for privacy means we're bound to hear countless rumors about her health during her recovery from the medical crisis that put her in the emergency room earlier this year.
Identity of Woman on Bruce Springsteen’s ‘Hungry Heart’ Cover Has Been Revealed
If you've ever looked at the cover of Springsteen's "Hungry Heart" single and wondered about the woman on the bicycle in the background, her identity has now been revealed.
Listen to Neil Young’s New Album ‘The Monsanto Years’
Neil Young is starting the week with a surprise gift for fans impatient to hear his new album, The Monsanto Years, before its scheduled arrival next week.
Eddie Van Halen on Michael Anthony: ‘I Had to Show Him How to Play … I Have More Soul as a…
Eddie Van Halen says he's still enduring the ups and downs of his working relationship with David Lee Roth because it's what the fans want. The fans who want bassist Michael Anthony back in the lineup, however, are out of luck.
How the Rolling Stones Bounced Back With ‘Some Girls’
The Rolling Stones entered 1978 in need of a rebound. And they got it with Some Girls.
Hear Led Zeppelin’s ‘Sugar Mama’ Bonus Track From ‘Coda’ Reissue
On July 31, Led Zeppelin will round out their deluxe catalog reissue series with remastered and expanded versions of 1976's Presence, 1979's In Through the Out Door and 1982's Coda — and they're already offering a sneak peek into the newly bulked-up Coda.
The Day Keith Richards Crashed His Mercedes Convertible
"My body left the car," wrote Richards. "I watched it all happen from 12, 15 feet above. You can leave your body, believe me. I'd been trying all my life, but this was the first real experience of it."
Watch a Man Play the Beatles on His Guitar While Undergoing Brain Surgery
The Beatles have been played in operating rooms countless times over the years — but never quite like this.
Duff McKagan Shares Touring Travel Tips for Musicians
Duff McKagan's number one piece of advice for staying sane on the road has to do with going Number Two.