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."
Lars Ulrich Slams Trump’s Mexican Border Wall: ‘I Think We Need to Bring People Together’
During a recent interview with a Mexican television network, Metallica drummer Lars Ulrich made it perfectly plain which side of the Mexican border wall debate he's on.
40 Years Ago: Foreigner Release Their 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.
Rod Stewart Apologizes for Mock Execution Video
It's often a little uncomfortable when rock and politics intersect, but we can't remember that overlap ever being more awkward than today's apology from Rod Stewart.
Gene Simmons Promises Massive Box Set With 150 Unreleased Songs
Kiss fans may or may not ever get another studio album of new material from the band, but it looks like they'll have a chance to hear a lot of stuff that's stayed hidden in Gene Simmons' vaults.
Alice Cooper Goofs on Minnesota Woman Who Petitioned City Officials Against His Show
A Minnesota woman is desperately trying to keep Alice Cooper from visiting a venue near her home,
Foreigner Albums Ranked Worst to Best
It's hard to imagine classic rock radio without the string of hit singles Foreigner peeled off in the '70s and '80s. Here's how we rank their nine studio albums.
Sammy Hagar Talks New Season of ‘Rock ‘n’ Roll Road Trip': ‘I’m Getting Personal With Ever…
Sammy Hagar is just about ready to begin the new season of his Rock & Roll Road Trip.
30 Years Ago: Night Ranger Struggle to Maintain Momentum With ‘Big Life’
Changing musical trends are eventually the enemy of any successful band, and as the '80s wore on, a number of radio-friendly rock bands saw their sales start to slow.
John Mellencamp Releases Second Single, Track List and Cover Art From ‘Sad Clowns and Hill…
John Mellencamp is gearing up for the April 21 release of his new Sad Clowns & Hillbillies LP with the release of the set's second single, as well as the album artwork and complete track listing.
Joey Kramer Sizes Up Aerosmith’s Competition: ‘I’ve Never Cared for the Stones’
If Aerosmith's upcoming tour really is the beginning of their long farewell, drummer Joey Kramer is confident in stating the band is going out on a high note.
Watch Robert Plant Perform ‘Whole Lotta Love’ From AXS TV Concert Special
Promising "an unforgettable performance by one of rock’s most influential performers," AXS TV is set to air Robert Plant & the Sensational Shape Shifters: Live at David Lynch's Festival of Disruption.
Elton John Hosts 25th Annual Academy Awards Viewing Party Fundraiser
There's no shortage of viewing parties on Oscar night, but Elton John's hosted the night's preeminent event for years.