A professional pop culture junkie for more than 25 years, Jeff Giles regularly surfaces in a number of far-flung locations on the Web.
Journey and Def Leppard Reportedly Touring Together in 2018
There's been no official announcement of dates yet, but there are hints that a lengthy tour will begin in May.
Eric Clapton Confesses Shame Over Racist Remarks
Eric Clapton said he "sabotaged everything" when he supported a white nationalist politician in the mid-'70s.
Vixen Singer Janet Gardner Recovering After Emergency Brain Surgery
Following a gig in Los Angeles, Janet Gardner was rushed to the hospital to remove a subdural hematoma.
Joe Perry Assembles All-Star Band for Solo Dates
Joe Perry is taking the stage in support of his new solo album — and he's rounded up a bunch of his famous friends.
Steely Dan and the Doobie Brothers Announce Co-Headlining Tour
Donald Fagen's new Steely Dan lineup will share the stage this summer with the Doobie Brothers as part of a co-headlining jaunt both acts are calling "The Summer of Living Dangerously."
Eagles Add More Dates to 2018 Tour
The long rollout for the Eagles' 2018 tour continues with the addition of four new dates to the band's slowly expanding itinerary.
Axl Rose Is Still Not a Fan of the Trump Administration
Axl Rose doesn't post on Twitter much, but when he does take to the social media service, it's often to weigh in on current events.
September’s Biggest Classic Rock Stories: 2017 in Review
September 2017 saw a beloved artist's passing, a public feud between the descendants of a brilliant composer, and no shortage of controversy.
Classic Rock Dominates 2017’s Top-Grossing Tour List
It felt like the world went through a lot of changes in 2017, but at least one thing remained the same.
July’s Biggest Classic Rock Stories: 2017 in Review
During July 2017, the recurring themes in classic rock were reunions and farewells.