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Rolling Stone managing editor Will Dana is set to leave the magazine next week.
Three members of a University of Virginia fraternity have filed a defamation suit against Rolling Stone after the magazine published a widely read, and later discredited, article alleging a sexual assault in their fraternity house, according to court papers made public on Wednesday.
Dr. Dre will finally end fans' 16-year wait for a new album when the rapper releases his Straight Outta Compton soundtrack, which will consist of new music entirely produced by The Chronic mastermind, a source tells Rolling Stone. Dre is expected to confirm the album, the companion piece to the N.W.A biopic, on his...
Unknown Mortal Orchestra’s excellent, funky third album Multi-Love came out earlier this year, and today the band have shared a video for “Ur Life One Night.” UMO frontman Ruban Nielson told Rolling Stone that he was specifically interested in connecting with an Indian director for the project: I was really obsessed with working with a […]
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All photos courtesy of The Rolling Stones Archive The Rolling Stones spent the last three years designing an unprecedented interactive exhibit: Exhibitionism takes up nine rooms on two floors of the Saatchi Gallery in London and is made up of over 500 artifacts from band members’ personal archives. Show More Summary
The following article is provided by Rolling Stone. Ten months into his first tour in 13 years, Garth Brooks is giving his concerts a facelift. Garth Brooks' 10 Most Defiant Lyrics When he returns to the road in Dallas September 17th, the country icon will reveal a revamped stage set-up for his shows with wife Trisha Yearwood. Show More Summary
It would be easy for reporter David Lipsky (Jesse Eisenberg) to feel intellectually cowed by the novelist David Foster Wallace (Jason Segel) during the five days Lispky spent interviewing him for Rolling Stone — a long encounter that forms the basis for James Ponsoldt's new film The End of the... More »
In 1996, David Lipsky convinces his editor at Rolling Stone to let him do something unfamiliar to the magazine—run an interview with a famous author. While it’s almost even less imaginable in today’s world of reality stars than it was...Show More Summary
As I mentioned over the weekend, this past week has been absolutely crazy. This is due in part to a profile story in Rolling Stone, and even more so because of the rather sensationalist treatment the story got in social media. Fortunately,...Show More Summary
Keith Richards: Under the Influence, a new documentary about the Rolling Stones guitarist, will premiere via Netflix on September 18th. Filmmaker Morgan Neville, who recently won a "Best Documentary" Oscar for a documentary about backup singers called 20 Feet From Stardom and who directed Richards' recent "Trouble" music video, directed the film. Producers...
Rolling Stones songwriter and lead guitarist Keith Richards is the subject of a new documentary, "Keith Richards: Under the Influence," coming to Netflix in September in conjunction with the release of his first solo album in more than 20 years.
After exclusively debuting Drake’s Meek Mill diss track ‘Charged Up’ last night on Beats 1, Apple Music scored another excellent exclusive today, only this time from Rolling Stones guitarist Keith Richards. Watch it below: Richards is busy promoting his upcoming solo album, Crosseyed Heart, due out in September. His first single ‘Trouble’ features some groovy […]
In another exclusive, Apple Music on Monday premiered the video for "Trouble," a new single by Rolling Stones guitarist Keith Richards.
Last weekend, the Insane Clown Posse threw the 16th Gathering of the Juggalos, their annual festival of explosive rap and rock performances, wrestling and general mayhem. Rolling Stone was on site in Thornville, Ohio, to capture the carnage.
Mick Jagger turned 72 yesterday, July 26. If you can't get no satisfaction from simply knowing that calendar fact, here are five more deeper cuts about The Rolling Stones. 1. The band would play with an inflatable penis on stage. The...Show More Summary
Mick Jagger's good looks have really given off some good "Satisfaction." Here's a 22-year-old version of the fresh-faced Rolling Stones vocalist posing for a portrait back in 1965 (left) and almost 50 years later... the UK rockstar-- who celebrated…
THERE is a fascinating story in Rolling Stone this month. It is the tale of Ben Schlappig, a professional air-mile collector. Mr Schlapping spends his days finding inventive ways to harvest points, and then jetting off around the world in first-class cabins. Show More Summary