A professional pop culture junkie for more than 25 years, Jeff Giles regularly surfaces in a number of far-flung locations on the Web, including Rotten Tomatoes, Ultimate Classic Rock, and Diffuser. He's also the editor-in-chief of Popdose and the author of the books "Llanview in the Afternoon: An Oral History of 'One Life to Live'" and "Uncle John's Beer-Topia."
Iron Maiden Announce New ‘Light Brigade’ Beer
Iron Maiden's growing beer empire is set to expand with the addition of a new session golden ale.
Nirvana Demos from Early Sessions Surface Online
Digital versions of tapes that Kurt Cobain gave to a friend have been uploaded to YouTube.
Steely Dan and the Doobie Brothers Announce Co-Headlining Tour
Donald Fagen's new Steely Dan lineup will share the stage this summer with the Doobie Brothers as part of a co-headlining jaunt both acts are calling "The Summer of Living Dangerously."
Eagles Add More Dates to 2018 Tour
The long rollout for the Eagles' 2018 tour continues with the addition of four new dates to the band's slowly expanding itinerary.
Axl Rose Is Still Not a Fan of the Trump Administration
Axl Rose doesn't post on Twitter much, but when he does take to the social media service, it's often to weigh in on current events.
‘Don’t Listen to My F—ing Records’ – Billie Joe Armstrong to Trump-Supporting Green Day Fa…
If you think you can be a fan of Green Day and President Trump, Billie Joe Armstrong has news for you.
The Beatles Take Top Two Spots in 2017 Vinyl Sales
The vinyl revival continued in 2017 — and people clearly needed more Beatles records for their turntables.
Styx, Queen and Tom Petty Win 2017 UCR Fan Choice Awards
The polls are closed and the people have spoken.
Joe Perry, Slash and Nikki Sixx Swap Spinal Tap Stories
Rock stars are supposed to be some of the coolest people on the planet, but they're definitely not immune to suffering from embarrassment.
Slash and Nikki Sixx Weigh in on Cellphone Use at Concerts
Using your cellphone to capture high-definition concert video is a relatively new phenomenon, and although certain artists have taken a vocal stand against it, there's no turning back the tide of technology.