A professional pop culture junkie for more than 25 years, Jeff Giles regularly surfaces in a number of far-flung locations on the Web.
30 Years Ago: Guns N’ Roses Film Their ‘Welcome to the Jungle’ Video
On Aug. 1, 1987, Guns N' Roses stepped in front of the cameras at the shoot for the music video that would launch their incredible career.
Watch Part of Def Leppard’s New ‘Hysteria’ Documentary
As part of the celebration surrounding the 30th anniversary of their blockbuster Hysteria LP, the members of Def Leppard participated in a new "mini-documentary."
Journey Sponsoring Racecar Driver Ryan Norman
Journey's latest venture will see the band spinning its wheels and going in circles — totally on purpose.
Pete Townshend Reveals Keith Moon’s Role in Getting the Who Involved in Charity Work
Charity work has become a large part of the Who's incredible career legacy.
James Hetfield Calls Kendall and Kylie Jenner’s Unauthorized Metallica T-Shirt ‘Disrespect…
We can now add Metallica's James Hetfield to the list of public figures — and their survivors — who've taken issue with Kendall and Kylie Jenner's recently launched T-shirt line.
Brian May Says the Freddie Mercury Biopic Is Happening
Queen guitarist Brian May says the movie dedicated to the band's late singer is closer to the big screen than ever.
Meet Motley Crue’s Secret ‘Smokin’ in the Boys Room’ Harmonica Player
Although Vince Neil was credited with playing harmonica on Motley Crue's breakthrough hit, it was performed by veteran Micky Raphael.
35 Years Ago: REO Speedwagon Follow Up Their Breakthrough With ‘Good Trouble’
After years of plugging away, REO Speedwagon finally topped the charts with 1980's Hi Infidelity — and they didn't waste time with their follow-up effort.
Michael Anthony Sees ‘Some Kind of Proper Closure’ in a Van Halen Reunion
Several weeks after going on record as saying "now's the time" for Van Halen to reunite its classic rhythm section and put together a tour with David Lee Roth and Sammy Hagar.
David Lee Roth Sort of Comments on New Van Halen Book
Former Van Halen manager Noel E. Monk's new memoir of his years with the band contains plenty of backstage stories, many of them involving singer David Lee Roth.