A professional pop culture junkie for more than 25 years, Jeff Giles regularly surfaces in a number of far-flung locations on the Web.
Ed Sheeran in Talks for New Beatles-Related Movie
Ed Sheeran is reportedly in talks to make an appearance in director Danny Boyle's upcoming music-themed comedy about a man who discovers he's the only one who can remember the Beatles' music.
Moody Blues Remember Sharing an Early Bill With the Beatles
A wise musician always pays attention to the other artists on the bill — you never know where you're going to hear them next, or when they might turn out to be the next biggest band in the world.
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.
Watch Chrissie Hynde Join Arcade Fire on Pretenders’ ‘Don’t Get Me Wrong’
Arcade Fire fans were treated to a cover of the Pretenders classic "Don't Get Me Wrong" during the band's stop at Wembley Arena in London.
Watch Dee Snider Dedicate His ‘Rocktopia’ Debut to Protesting Teachers
Dee Snider kicked off his one-week run as part of the Broadway show 'Rocktopia' this week.
Chris Robinson Tried to Form Band With Stone Temple Pilots Brothers
Things could have turned out very differently for Chris Robinson if a brief attempt to start a new group with Stone Temple Pilots' co-founders was more productive.
Def Leppard’s Joe Elliott Has Playlist for His Funeral Picked Out
Like a lot of other people, Def Leppard singer Joe Elliott has given some thought to the songs he'd like playing at his funeral.
Stream Elton John Tribute Albums ‘Revamp’ and ‘Restoration’
If imitation is the sincerest form of flattery, then Elton John should be feeling pretty darn sincerely flattered today.
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.
Axl Rose Wanted a ’90s Guns N’ Roses Tour With U2 and Pearl Jam
Guns N' Roses' tour with Metallica was the hard rock live event of the early '90s, but it might have been followed up with an even bigger concert collaboration.