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."
35 Years Ago: Blondie’s Debbie Harry Goes Solo with ‘KooKoo’
Blondie singer Debbie Harry's first solo album was an opportunity for her to make a break with the past.
Plaintiff in Led Zeppelin ‘Stairway to Heaven’ Case Files Appeal
Led Zeppelin's "Stairway to Heaven" legal struggles might not be quite over yet.
Sharon Osbourne on Recent Ozzy Marital Woes: ‘I Forgive’
Rest easy, Osbourne fans: it appears that the latest round of marital drama between Ozzy and Sharon will have a happy ending.
10 Years Ago: Tom Petty Releases ‘Highway Companion’
Tom Petty teamed up with Jeff Lynne for some of the most irresistibly anthemic music of his career in the late '80s and early '90s.
Ozzy Osbourne on His Struggle With Addiction: ‘It Was My Destiny’
Ozzy Osbourne has been through a lot with substance abuse, but he doesn't regret the struggle.
Heart and John Mellencamp Join ‘John Oliver’ Supergroup for Anti-Campaign Anthem ‘Don’t Us…
The campaign season has seen artists complain about candidates using their music, and during Last Week Tonight, John Oliver rounded up a supergroup to fight back with humor.
Desert Trip Festival’s Gross Is Roughly $160 Million
Organizers won't know the final numbers until after the crowds clear away, but after selling out two weekends worth of festival passes, Desert Trip has already cleared $160 million.
What Happened to Dave Grohl’s Throne After Axl Rose Was Finished With It?
Guns N' Roses production manager Dale "Opie" Skjerset stopped for a few minutes while loading in for the group's July 19 show in Boston to offer fans a glimpse behind the scenes.
Elton John Announces $10 Million Fund for African LGBT Population
Elton John has announced a $10 million fund lending medical and legal support to the African LGBT community.
Styx and Journey Announce Live Home Video Releases
Styx and Journey are pulling a pair of live releases out of the vaults in September.
35 Years Ago: Bryan Adams Releases ‘You Want It, You Got It’
Bryan Adams failed to find much of an audience with his self-titled debut album in 1980. But with his follow-up effort, You Want It, You Got It, he started his journey to stardom in earnest.
New Study Suggests Hearing Loss Could Be Reversible
The days of permanent hearing loss as an occupational hazard for professional musicians might soon be over.