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."
New Gary Wright Album Features Unheard Performances by George Harrison
This archival project is culled from sessions that took place after Gary Wright worked with George Harrison on 'All Things Must Pass.'
Tommy Lee Looks Back on Motley Crue’s ‘The End': ‘I Have No Regrets’
Tommy Lee is ready for 'The End,' and thrilled that Motley Crue went out on what he feels was "a high note."
Brian May Wants Donald Trump to Stop Using ‘We Are the Champions’
Those keeping track can now officially add Queen to the list of acts who don't wish to have their music associated with Donald Trump's presidential campaign.
George Harrison’s Twitter Account Taken Over by Clueless Hacker
A hacker took control of George Harrison's Twitter account yesterday — and then apologized for not knowing the former Beatle is dead.
Ozzy Osbourne Fires Back at Report Suggesting His Split From Sharon Is a Publicity Stunt
Ozzy Osbourne has done a lot of crazy things in his career, but the idea that he'd stage the breakup of his marriage in order to remain "relevant" is too much even for him.
If There’s a ‘Quadrophenia’ Sequel, It Won’t Have the Who’s Blessing
Who fans excited to see a sequel to Quadrophenia may want to temper their enthusiasm after reading what the members of the band have to say about rumors of a follow-up film.
20 Years Ago: Crowded House Break Up
Crowded House's breakup began with a compilation and ended at the steps of the Sydney Opera House.
Watch Paul Simon Honor Muhammad Ali With ‘The Boxer’
The June 3 death of Muhammad Ali prompted an outpouring of tributes from across the cultural spectrum.
Paul McCartney Reflects on His Unintentionally Racist Past
It isn't unusual for any of us to feel pangs of regret while thinking about past behavior, and Paul McCartney is no different.
Did ZZ Top’s Rhythm Section Really Masquerade as the Zombies?
ZZ Top's Frank Beard and Dusty Hill apparently spent some time in the late '60s performing as part of a knockoff version of the Zombies.