A professional pop culture junkie for more than 25 years, Jeff Giles regularly surfaces in a number of far-flung locations on the Web.
When Ozzy Osbourne Returned From Rehab With ‘The Ultimate Sin’
There's no rest for the wicked, not even the Prince of Darkness.
When Jimi Hendrix Got Fired Halfway Through His First Gig
If at first you don't succeed, try, try again.
Watch Dead and Company Perform on ‘The Tonight Show With Jimmy Fallon’
Dead and Company, the new band featuring John Mayer and members of the Grateful Dead, made their television debut on The Tonight Show With Jimmy Fallon last night.
The Day Tommy Lee Married Pamela Anderson (96 Hours After They Met)
When Motley Crue drummer Tommy Lee walked down the aisle with Pamela Anderson on Feb. 19, 1995, pretty much everyone who heard the news was surprised.
Ritchie Blackmore Claims He’s Being Barred From Deep Purple’s Rock Hall Induction
It sounds like Deep Purple's long-awaited induction into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame will pass without an appearance from former guitarist Ritchie Blackmore.
Eric Clapton’s New Album Includes a Posthumous Appearance From George Harrison
Eric Clapton's new album I Still Do, due out May 20, boasts a very special guest appearance from beyond the grave.
Sammy Hagar Explains Why He Reached Out to Eddie Van Halen on Twitter
If you were caught off guard when Sammy Hagar took to Twitter to wish Eddie Van Halen a happy birthday last month, you're in good company.
The History of Kiss’ Debut Album
A journey of a thousand miles begins with a single step, and for Kiss, the journey to worldwide rock superstardom began with a single LP: 'Kiss,' released on Feb. 18, 1974.
Revisiting Freddie Mercury’s Final Public Appearance
The 11th Brit Awards offered a moment of public triumph for Queen. Privately, however, they were worried.
The Day Brian Wilson Started Recording the Beach Boys Masterpiece ‘Good Vibrations’
Sessions for the groundbreaking song began on Feb. 17, 1966.
How Deep Purple Changed Their Sound on ‘Burn’
The David Coverdale/Glenn Hughes era of Deep Purple began with the release of 'Burn' on Feb. 15, 1974.
How Frank Sinatra’s Thirst for Creative Freedom Led to Reprise Records
Though founded by a crooner, the label released albums by Neil Young, Jimi Hendrix and many other legends.