A professional pop culture junkie for more than 25 years, Jeff Giles regularly surfaces in a number of far-flung locations on the Web.
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.
Ace Frehley to Join Gene Simmons for Australian Tour
They've certainly had their ups and downs, but it looks like Gene Simmons and his former Kiss bandmate Ace Frehley have enjoyed their recent reunions.
CO-OP, Band Led by Alice Cooper’s Son Dash, Announce First LP
Alice Cooper's son Dash will step into the spotlight with his band CO-OP later this year, when the band is scheduled to release its debut album.
Sebastian Bach Saw Steve Perry at Jerry Cantrell’s Birthday Party
Sebastian Bach shared a picture of himself sharing a moment with Steve Perry at Alice in Chains guitarist Jerry Cantrell's birthday party.
Rod Stewart Mocks Elton John’s Retirement Tour as ‘Dishonest’
No matter how many extra dates Elton John ends up adding to his farewell tour, it looks like we probably shouldn't expect to see any guest appearances from Rod Stewart along the way.
Serj Tankian Joins Prophets of Rage Onstage for Audioslave Song
System of a Down singer Serj Tankian joined Prophetsof Rage for a performance of the Audioslave song "Like a Stone."
Watch a Clip From Steven Tyler’s New ‘Out on a Limb’ Documentary
Steven Tyler released his first solo album and embarked on a solo tour in 2016, opening a new chapter in his career — and paving the way for 'Out on a Limb,'
Is Angus Young Writing a New AC/DC Album for Axl Rose to Sing?
The plan, according to Rose Tattoo singer Angry Anderson, is for Angus Young to carry the AC/DC banner forward with vocals from Axl Rose,
Lynyrd Skynyrd Members Reveal Emotional Response to Documentary
The members of Lynyrd Skynyrd have fought hard to control the way their story is told onscreen.
How Robert Plant Turned His Back on Arena Rock
Robert Plant manages to maintain commercial and pop cultural relevancy while seemingly making exactly the type of music he wants to record without any concern for trends or airplay.
Kansas Announce ‘Point of Know Return’ 40th Anniversary Tour
Kansas will mark the 40th anniversary of their hit 1977 'Point of Know Return' album with a run of tour dates.
Jack White Plays First Show in Nearly Two Years
Jack White is gearing up to tour in support of his upcoming 'Boarding House Reach' LP — and worked out any last-minute kinks in the set list with a couple of small-scale performances.