A professional pop culture junkie for more than 25 years, Jeff Giles regularly surfaces in a number of far-flung locations on the Web.
Brian May Says the Freddie Mercury Biopic Is Happening
Queen guitarist Brian May says the movie dedicated to the band's late singer is closer to the big screen than ever.
British Teen Sentenced to Life in Prison for Plotting to Bomb Elton John Concert
A 19-year-old London resident who was arrested last year for planning to carry out a terrorist attack at an Elton John concert has since admitted the attempted crime in court.
35 Years Ago: The Alan Parsons Project Hit the Big Time With ‘Eye in the Sky’
With their sixth studio album, 1982's Eye in the Sky, the Alan Parsons Project made a break with tradition — and scored their biggest hit in the bargain.
Meet Motley Crue’s Secret ‘Smokin’ in the Boys Room’ Harmonica Player
Although Vince Neil was credited with playing harmonica on Motley Crue's breakthrough hit, it was performed by veteran Micky Raphael.
Guns N’ Roses Announce Invitation-Only Show at Apollo Theater
Before launching the next North American leg of their Not in This Lifetime tour, Guns N' Roses will play a special invitation-only show at New York's famed Apollo Theater.
Pink Floyd ‘Dark Side of the Moon’ Platinum Plaque Up for Auction
Pink Floyd fans will soon be offered the opportunity to own a unique — and no doubt pretty expensive — piece of the band's history.
David Lee Roth Sort of Comments on New Van Halen Book
Former Van Halen manager Noel E. Monk's new memoir of his years with the band contains plenty of backstage stories, many of them involving singer David Lee Roth.
Bob Seger Makes a Dozen Albums Available for Streaming and Download
After years of holding out, Bob Seger has joined the digital distribution era.
Elton John’s ‘Rocket Man’ Featured in New Samsung Gear VR Commercial
Part of the appeal of virtual reality is the ability to "see" and "do" things you'd never be able to in real life.
35 Years Ago: Rolling Stones Rush Out Hit Concert Album ‘Still Life,’ But Issues Loom
Released on June 1, 1982, 'Still Life' arrived less than a year after 'Tattoo You' gave the Rolling Stones their eighth consecutive No. 1 album in the U.S.