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 Lemmy, David Bowie and Prince Inspired New Ghost LP
Ghost revealed that their new 'Prequelle' LP was inspired by Lemmy, David Bowie and Prince.
Guns N’ Roses ‘Destruction Is Coming’ Countdown Clock Hints at Impending Announcement
There's rarely a shortage of rumors surrounding Guns N' Roses, but every so often, something surfaces that looks like it could lead to actual news.
Roger Waters Reveals Pink Floyd’s ‘Animals’ Is Getting a Surround Sound Reissue
According to former Pink Floyd bassist Roger Waters, the next reissue to mine the band's classic catalog will be a new edition of their 1977 'Animals' LP presenting the songs in 5.1 surround sound.
Slash Books First Post-Guns N’ Roses Reunion Solo Dates
It still remains to be seen whether Guns N' Roses' Not in This Lifetime tour will lead to new music. In the meantime, guitarist Slash is already scouting the horizon for his next round of solo activity.
Dee Snider Announces New ‘For the Love of Metal’ Solo LP
Dee Snider is getting closer to unveiling the next chapter of his solo career.
U2’s ‘Claw’ Stage Has Found a New Home
U2 bankrolled the biggest concert stage ever built for their 360 Tour in 2009, and now one of the record-setting structures assembled for those shows has found a permanent new home.
The History of ‘Saturday Night Live”s ‘More Cowbell’ Sketch
There's never really any true way to know whether a 'Saturday Night Live' sketch will become an instant classic or quickly fade from memory.
Bob Dylan Records Gender-Swapped Cover of ‘She’s Funny That Way’
Bob Dylan's recent tour through the American Songbook has led to an interesting detour: "He's Funny That Way," a gender-swapped version of the pop standard.
Ann Wilson Announces Title and More Details for New Solo LP
Ann Wilson's next solo release is coming together — with a brand new title and at least one new famous name in the liner notes.
Guitar Bob Dylan Played on His First Electric Tour Is for Sale
The 1965 Telecaster that Bob Dylan used on his first electric tour — and a number of classic albums — is headed to the auction block.