A professional pop culture junkie for more than 25 years, Jeff Giles regularly surfaces in a number of far-flung locations on the Web.
Keith Richards Admits Pulling a Knife in a Trump-Fueled Rage
It's a story that seems deliberately crafted to play up the most outlandish elements of the involved parties' public personas.
How ‘More Cowbell’ Became a Classic ‘Saturday Night Live’ Sketch
The whole thing was so surreal that it ended up being tucked away toward the end of an episode.
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,'
Blink-182 Set for Las Vegas Residency
Blink-182's 2018 tour calendar will include less travel than usual.
Donald Trump Filmed a 1991 Hair Metal Video
Based on all available evidence, Donald Trump enjoys loud noises and scantily clad women.
Beastie Boys Easter Egg Hidden in ‘Star Wars: The Last Jedi’
Just like in 'The Force Awakens,' There's a Beastie Boys reference hidden in the new 'Star Wars' movie, 'The Last Jedi.'
Steven Tyler Opens ‘Janie’s House’ for Abused Women
Janie's House, which has room for 30 residents, is the latest outgrowth of the Janie's Fund charity founded by Steven Tyler in 2015.
Tom Petty Fans Organized a Vampire Walk to Celebrate His Birthday
The night before what would have been Tom Petty's 67th birthday, a group of fans convened along the Southern California thoroughfare name-checked in his classic hit single "Free Fallin'."
Gene Simmons Announces New Book ‘On Power’ for Fall Release
Gene Simmons will add to his growing list of authorial credits with On Power, a new book about wealth scheduled for release later this year.
New York Passes Law Punishing Scalpers with Fines, Jail Time for Using Ticket Bots
Gov. Andrew Cuomo has signed a law that puts harsher penalties on those caught using automated software to purchase tickets online.
15 Years Later: How Music Was Affected by the September 11 Attacks
We look at the immediate and long-term changes bands had to make in the aftermath of the attacks of Sept. 11, 2001.
Watch Bob Dylan’s ‘It Ain’t Me Babe’ Being Covered by Kesha at Billboard Awards
Bob Dylan wasn't in attendance at the Billboard Music Awards last night, but one of his songs showed up anyway.