A professional pop culture junkie for more than 25 years, Jeff Giles regularly surfaces in a number of far-flung locations on the Web.
Eric Clapton Documentary ‘Life in 12 Bars’ Coming to Home Video
'Eric Clapton: Life in 12 Bars' is coming to home video — and it's bringing a double-disc soundtrack with it.
Prince Toxicology Report Reveals High Levels of Fentanyl
After Prince's death in April 2016, investigators determined he was killed by an accidental overdose of the synthetic opioid known as fentanyl.
Watch Lou Gramm and Mick Jones Perform Onstage With Billy Joel
Billy Joel has made a habit of inviting other acts onstage to join him during his concerts during recent years.
Watch Elton John Perform ‘Your Song’ in Tribute to His Mother
Looking for a way to honor the bond with his late mother, Elton John settled on a well-known track from his back pages.
Mick Jones Says ‘Thoughts Are Flowing’ Around More Foreigner Reunions
There's also the possibility of new music on the horizon from Foreigner.
Lindsey Buckingham and Christine McVie Announce New Tour Dates
Lindsey Buckingham and Christine McVie have extended their 2017 tour.
Bruce Springsteen Lines Up 25 Concert Recordings for Upcoming Release
Bruce Springsteen's vault of archival concert recordings will open even further to fans over the coming months.
Toto Announce 40th Anniversary Compilation and Tour Dates
Toto will celebrate their 40th anniversary with an extensive tour — and a new compilation featuring new music alongside remastered hits.
35 Years Ago: Survivor Deliver Knockout Punch to ‘Rocky III’ With ‘Eye of the Tiger’
Survivor tasted their first Top 40 success with their second album, 1981's Premonition, but they were still waiting for their big break when they started working on their third LP.
UPDATE: Bon Jovi Join Fundraising Efforts to Help Former Crew Member
There's no shortage of rock stars who sing about taking care of family and sticking up for the working man, but it's a lot harder to actually show up and help out when it really counts.
Revisiting Foreigner’s Debut Album
For guitarist Mick Jones, who ended up at loose ends in New York during the mid-'70s, stranded and jobless was merely a short-lived inconvenience that led to the gig of a lifetime.
Asia Co-Founder and King Crimson Vet John Wetton Dead at 67
John Wetton, the bassist and frontman for Asia as well as a former member of King Crimson, has died at the age of 67 after a battle with cancer.