A professional pop culture junkie for more than 25 years, Jeff Giles regularly surfaces in a number of far-flung locations on the Web.
Songwriter Sir Mack Rice Dead at 82
Sir Mack Rice, whose songwriting career was studded with all-time classics, has died from Alzheimer's-related complications at the age of 82.
30 Years Ago: David Bowie Plays the Goblin King in Jim Henson’s ‘Labyrinth’
If you're making a movie that needs a Goblin King, who better to call than the Thin White Duke?
Led Zeppelin Trial Reactions: Joe Walsh, Robert Plant and More
Led Zeppelin have emerged victorious from their lawsuit, and reactions from the rock world are already coming in.
David Crosby Will Reportedly Pay $3 Million to Jogger He Injured in Car Accident
David Crosby has reportedly agreed to a hefty settlement with the jogger he hit with his car in March 2015.
40 Years Ago: Chicago Release ‘Chicago X’
There aren't many things we can really count on in life, but during the '70s, you could pretty much bank on a new Chicago record every year.
The Story of Lynyrd Skynyrd’s Unlikely Return with ‘Lynyrd Skynyrd 1991′
A decade after Lynyrd Skynyrd was torn apart by tragedy in the 1977 plane crash, their music brought the survivors back together.
Brian May Wants Donald Trump to Stop Using ‘We Are the Champions’
Those keeping track can now officially add Queen to the list of acts who don't wish to have their music associated with Donald Trump's presidential campaign.
Ozzy Osbourne Fires Back at Report Suggesting His Split From Sharon Is a Publicity Stunt
Ozzy Osbourne has done a lot of crazy things in his career, but the idea that he'd stage the breakup of his marriage in order to remain "relevant" is too much even for him.
George Harrison’s Twitter Account Taken Over by Clueless Hacker
A hacker took control of George Harrison's Twitter account yesterday — and then apologized for not knowing the former Beatle is dead.
Watch Paul Simon Honor Muhammad Ali With ‘The Boxer’
The June 3 death of Muhammad Ali prompted an outpouring of tributes from across the cultural spectrum.
Paul McCartney Reflects on His Unintentionally Racist Past
It isn't unusual for any of us to feel pangs of regret while thinking about past behavior, and Paul McCartney is no different.
Did ZZ Top’s Rhythm Section Really Masquerade as the Zombies?
ZZ Top's Frank Beard and Dusty Hill apparently spent some time in the late '60s performing as part of a knockoff version of the Zombies.