A professional pop culture junkie for more than 25 years, Jeff Giles regularly surfaces in a number of far-flung locations on the Web.
How the Rolling Stones Launched a New Decade and Era With ‘Sticky Fingers’
Reeling from the loss and sudden death of their early leader Brian Jones as well as the violent tragedy that overshadowed their free show at the Altamont Speedway, the Rolling Stones closed out the '60s under a dark cloud of turmoil.
Neil Young Will Release New Album With Willie Nelson’s Sons
A select group of Neil Young fans were given an early glimpse of his next album, which is reportedly scheduled to arrive on June 16, at a secret show in San Luis Obispo, Calif., on April 16.
You Think You Know Black Sabbath?
There have definitely been a few times when we've learned a little more about the inner workings of Black Sabbath than we might have wanted to know.
Don Henley’s Name Is Officially Off Limits to Makers of Henley Shirts
Don Henley has emerged victorious in his legal battle to prevent a Wisconsin apparel company from trading on his name to promote its line of Henley shirts.
Aerosmith Unveil Complete Dates for Summer 2015 ‘Blue Army’ Tour
Aerosmith return to the road June 13 for a series of summer dates they're calling the 'Blue Army Tour.'
How Tom Petty and the Heartbreakers Barely Held It Together on ‘Echo’
When Tom Petty and the Heartbreakers announced an April 13, 1999, release for their 10th studio LP, Echo, expectations were understandably high.
Drummer Mike Portnoy Talks Rush Influence in Exclusive Video
Through his work with Dream Theater, Adrenaline Mob, the Winery Dogs and other projects, drummer Mike Portnoy has inspired countless younger players.
Meet the Title Trackers, the Band Adding Missing Title Tracks to Classic Rock Records
Have you ever wondered why the Rolling Stones never bothered writing a title track for Exile on Main St.?
Are These the 50 Best Hard Rock and Metal Guitarists of All Time?
Killer guitar and rock 'n' roll go together so perfectly that for some bands, one guitarist — or heck, even two — isn't enough.
Rolling Stones to Release ‘From the Vault: The Marquee – Live in 1971′
Just in time for the upcoming deluxe reissue of their 1971 classic Sticky Fingers, the Rolling Stones have reached back into their archives for the release of a concert recording from the same year.
Don McLean ‘American Pie’ Auction Reveals Lost Verse, Expected to Earn $1.5 Million
Decades after penning "American Pie," Don McLean is ready to part with the handwritten lyrics for his career-defining hit, and whoever takes ownership of the manuscript will pay handsomely for the privilege.
Hear the Thin Lizzy Supercut That Stitches Together More Than an Hour of Killer Solos
What's your favorite Thin Lizzy guitar solo? If your answer is "all of them," have we got a video for you.