A professional pop culture junkie for more than 25 years, Jeff Giles regularly surfaces in a number of far-flung locations on the Web.
B.B. King Investigation Finds No Evidence of Elder Abuse or Fraud
The arrangements for B.B. King's healthcare and financial stewardship remain unchanged after a Las Vegas judge dismissed an attempt by some of King's children to wrest control away from the blues legend's longtime business manager.
The Story of Paul Simon’s Detour With His Second Solo Album
After spending several years dabbling in global rhythms and songforms, Paul Simon returned to his American roots for his second solo album.
Paul Stanley Joins Chorus of Social Media Catcalls for Jamie Foxx’s Performance of the Nat…
When you take a gig singing the national anthem before a major public event, you're inviting all kinds of criticism.
Pete Townshend No Longer Finds the Who’s Concerts ‘Fulfilling’
Just because you're great at something doesn't mean it's fun for you. Just ask Pete Townshend.
Ron Wood Says Rod Stewart’s Management Is Holding Up the Faces Reunion
The surviving former Faces have dithered about getting back together for years, and even now that their ranks have been further thinned by the death of Ian McLagan, it seems that progress toward a reunion is slow.
U2 Accused by Russian Government of Spreading Gay Propaganda
In news that will no doubt trigger a flood of jokes better suited to the locker room after an eighth-grade gym class, a Russian government official is accusing U2 of spreading gay propaganda with its Songs of Innocence LP.
Bono Still Recuperating as U2 Prepare to Begin Tour
Don't expect to see Bono pick up a guitar during U2's upcoming iNNOCENCE + eXPERIENCE tour.
‘Osbournes’ Revival No Longer in the Works at VH1
It looks like The Osbournes revival won't be joining VH1's lineup after all.
Ann Wilson Gets Married
Heart vocalist Ann Wilson is a newlywed.
You Think You Know Aerosmith?
Aerosmith have been the focus of so many books, interviews and documentaries over the years that it's easy to assume there's nothing left to learn about the band
27 Years Ago: Bon Jovi’s Manager Convicted of Smuggling 40,000 Lbs. of Marijuana
After six years working its way through the courts, Bon Jovi manager Doc McGhee was convicted for drug smuggling on April 25, 1988.
Paul Kantner Is Back to ‘Semi-Normal’ After Suffering Heart Attack
Weeks after a heart attack sent him to the hospital, Jefferson Airplane co-founder Paul Kantner says he's on the path to recovery.