A professional pop culture junkie for more than 25 years, Jeff Giles regularly surfaces in a number of far-flung locations on the Web.
How Queen’s ‘Bohemian Rhapsody’ Ushered in the Video Age
It took only a few minutes of rehearsal – and a few thousand pounds – to knock out the promotional clip.
How Keith Richards Used ‘Beast of Burden’ to Apologize
It arrived after a period of turmoil for the band.
Van Halen’s ‘OU812′: A Track-by-Track Guide
Their second Sammy Hagar-era album was an eclectic mix of styles.
How ZZ Top Souped Up Their Sound With ‘Got Me Under Pressure’
Bold experimentation led the band to new commercial heights.
5 Years Ago: Glenn Frey Plays His Last Show With Eagles
Final stop of 2013-15 tour also served as a farewell to the band's co-founder.
Van Zant Family Home Designated Florida Heritage Site
In case you were wondering, it comes "complete with an avocado-green rotary-dial phone and a wooden console stereo with an eight-track player and several Skynyrd eight-tracks that still sound just fine."
Look Behind the Scenes of U2’s ‘Experience + Innocence’ Tour Tech
Now including a new and improved version of the "barricage"!
Rolling Stones Kick Off 2018 ‘No Filter’ Tour: Set List, Video
This latest European leg of the run, which extends a tour the band started last year, and as before, they're showing a willingness to dip a little further into the vault for material.
Neil Young Announces Solo Dates
Neil Young's most recent dates have included reunions with some old friends, but he'll be going it alone for a series of summer dates.
Eagles Tour ‘Healing and Comforting’ for Glenn Frey’s Family
After Glenn Frey's death, it seemed likely that the Eagles were finished, but after augmenting their lineup with Vince Gill and Frey's son Deacon filling in, they've started a new chapter.
Michael Anthony Doesn’t Want to Be ‘Bass Player Everyone Forgot’
Starting over after achieving incredible success can seem daunting — and it's a feeling that former Van Halen bassist Michael Anthony knows all too well.
The History of Iron Maiden’s ‘Trooper’ Beer: 5 Years, 20 Million Pints
For most people, selling millions of records would be enough to stay busy without starting up a side hustle, but the guys in Iron Maiden are different.