A professional pop culture junkie for more than 25 years, Jeff Giles regularly surfaces in a number of far-flung locations on the Web.
Little Richard Quotes: Rock Stars Praise His Genius and Influence
Rockers ranging from Jimi Hendrix to Elton John speak of the pioneer's impact.
Bob Seger’s Postponed Tour Will Resume This Fall
After some recent setbacks, the singer is hoping "Rock 'n' Roll Never Forgets" as he gets ready to hit the road again.
Rolling Stones Kick Off 2018 ‘No Filter’ Tour: Set List, Video
This latest European leg of the run, which extends a tour the band started last year, and as before, they're showing a willingness to dip a little further into the vault for material.
Neil Young Announces Solo Dates
Neil Young's most recent dates have included reunions with some old friends, but he'll be going it alone for a series of summer dates.
50 Years Ago: Led Zeppelin Clash With Cops in Pittsburgh
Led Zeppelin were still a young band when they made their second tour of the States in 1970.
When Supertramp Blew Up With ‘Breakfast in America’
On paper, this era looks like a recipe for disaster, but the band managed to bring out the best in one another.
When Jimmy Page Won a ‘Satanist’ Libel Lawsuit
He took the undisclosed settlement and donated it to a favorite charity, the Action for Brazil's Children Trust.
How Van Halen Used Tension to Build ‘Women and Children First’
Having earned a reputation for flashy technique, Eddie Van Halen was eager to push the boundaries of their sound.
When Lynyrd Skynyrd Headed for Turbulence With ‘Nuthin’ Fancy’
The trouble actually started while they were still in the studio.
40 Years Ago: Journey Shapes Their Career With ‘Departure’
With their fifth studio album, 1979's 'Evolution,' Journey finally cracked the Top 20 of 'Billboard''s album chart — and they soared even higher when they returned the next year with the follow-up, 'Departure.'