A professional pop culture junkie for more than 25 years, Jeff Giles regularly surfaces in a number of far-flung locations on the Web.
Watch Bruce Springsteen and Bryan Adams Team Up in Ontario, Paul Simon Join Billy Joel in …
Like the Beatles told us, life is better when we get by with a little help from our friends.
Read Art Garfunkel’s Recollections of His Early Days of Friendship With Paul Simon
Art Garfunkel is offering fans a sneak peek at his upcoming memoir 'What Is It All but Luminous: Notes From an Underground Man.'
Bruce Springsteen’s Broadway Shows Go on Sale Via Ticketmaster ‘Verified Fan’ System
Bruce Springsteen's Broadway residency is expected to be one of the season's hottest tickets — and Ticketmaster says it's doing what it can to keep scalpers from buying up the best seats.
Watch Rod Stewart Perform ‘Da Ya Think I’m Sexy?’ With DNCE at the MTV Video Music Awards
Rod Stewart and DNCE performed their updated version of his 1979 hit "Da Ya Think I'm Sexy?" at the Video Music Awards.
Yes Forced to Cancel Concert Due to Torrential Downpour
Yes have weathered seemingly innumerable lineup changes over the years, but even they can't play their way through an honest-to-goodness storm.
Gene Simmons Shrugs Off Devil Horns Trademark Criticism: ‘I Can Do Anything I Want’
"Did you know I own the money bag logo? The dollar sign with the bag of money. I own all kinds of things," said Simmons. "I own ‘motion pictures’ as a trademark."
Mick Jones Says ‘Thoughts Are Flowing’ Around More Foreigner Reunions
There's also the possibility of new music on the horizon from Foreigner.
Eagles Announce New 2017 Tour Dates
Reinvigorated with an expanded lineup following the passing of co-founder Glenn Frey, the Eagles have started building out a new tour calendar.
The Day Guns N’ Roses Filmed ‘Welcome to the Jungle’ Video
On Aug. 1, 1987, Guns N' Roses stepped in front of the cameras at the shoot for the music video that would launch their incredible career.
Paul McCartney Wrote a Trump-Inspired Song for His New Album
Paul McCartney hasn't been the most overtly political artist during the course of his distinguished career, but it sounds like at least one of the songs on his next album is inspired by current events.