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See Logic Talk Biracial Identity, Anime Influence

"When it comes to being black and white, and the things that I've experienced, it was just a personal journey to look in the mirror and be happy with who I am," Logic told Rolling Stone during a visit to the office. The 26-year-old biracial rapper has been hit with...

31 Striking Photographs of Rock Stars Taken by Denis O'Regan in the 1970s and 1980s

Popular rock photographer Denis O’Regan has spent 40 years as one of the most renowned music photographers and has captured stars such as Bowie, Blondie, The Rolling Stones and Queen on and off the stage. The photographer combined his...Show More Summary

Tom Waits Pays Tribute to Merle Haggard

Tom Waits has written a tribute to Merle Haggard, who died earlier this month at age 79, for Rolling Stone. In it, he writes about listening to Haggard's music as a teenager and how it made him feel OK about growing up in a small town in California–National City. Show More Summary

'Exhibitionism': Inside Massive New Rolling Stones Exhibit in London

The Rolling Stones have been the subjects of documentaries, concert films and books, but with the recent London opening of an exhibit of their vast personal archive, the band is finally getting the museum-exhibit treatment. Spread out over two floors and nine galleries at the Saatchi Gallery, Exhibitionism crams in much of what...

Paul Simon Squashes Any Chance Of A Simon And Garfunkel Reunion

Paul Simon is setting the record straight: There will be no more records or tours with Art Garfunkel. Ever. In a new interview with Rolling Stone, Simon said there is absolutely no chance that he will ever get back together with his former musical partner for a Simon and Garfunkel reunion. Show More Summary

Listen to 'Rolling Stone Music Now' Podcast: Greatest Punk Albums

The new episode of Rolling Stone Music Now, our first-ever podcast, is available. Listen and subscribe to the podcast on iTunes, or check it out below. For this episode, we discuss choosing the greatest punk records of all time, from Never Mind the Bullocks to Bikini Kill. Plus, new music from Paul...

Slick Rick Talks Gaining U.S. Citizenship, Having a 'Fresh Start'

After a lengthy battle with authorities, Ricky Walters, better known as the rapper Slick Rick, was awarded American citizenship on Friday. Speaking with Rolling Stone over the weekend, the MC is relieved. "It's a weight off the shoulders," he says. "It's a good feeling: new opportunities, a fresh start." Though he's an...

Axl Rose -- Good Genes or Good Docs?!

Axl Rose's looks are still rockin'! Here's a 27-year-old version of the Guns N' Roses frontman at a Rolling Stone event back in 1989 (left) and 27 years later... the maimed 54-year-old Coachella headliner onstage in Vegas last week…

Alice Cooper on Axl Rose Joining AC/DC: 'That Might Just Work'

Alice Cooper is excited by the news that Axl Rose will be fronting AC/DC on the next leg of the latter band's upcoming world tour. "I just think that's such a unique combination," he tells Rolling Stone. "Whoever has tickets to that show has got the golden ticket, because who...

Coachella Promoters Plan Mega-Concert Starring Bob Dylan, Paul McCartney, Neil Young, Rolling Stones And More

Set to take place from October 7-9, the “fall Coachella” mega-concert would also feature Pink Floyd’s Roger Walters and the Who. While Coachella 2016 is still running, Goldenvoice – the concert promoter behind the music festival – is looking at planning a fall version of the music event with several of the biggest icons in... Show More Summary

AC/DC Confirms Axl Rose Will Take The Lead For Remainder Of Tour

Shortly before Axl Rose took the stage with Guns N’ Roses at Coachella Saturday night, AC/DC confirmed to news outlets that Rose would be taking over as lead singer for the remainder of AC/DC’s world tour according to Rolling Stone. AC/DC’s Rock or Bust stadium tour was put on hold after lead singer Brian Johnson... Show More Summary

Coachella Promoters Planning Paul McCartney, Bob Dylan, Neil Young, Rolling Stones Mega-Concert

AEG-owned concert promoter Goldenvoice—the company behind Coachella—are reportedly planning a three-day event at Empire Polo Field in Indio, Calif. that would bring together some of the biggest icons in classic rock, the Los Angeles Times reports. Show More Summary

Neal Karlen Recalls Taking Toilet-Paper Notes

In Part 2 of Karlen's conversation with Star Tribune columnist C.J., he revisits what went into his second Rolling Stone interview with Prince.

Mega Concert To Feature Stones, The Who, McCartney, Dylan

The Rolling Stones, The Who, Paul McCartney, Bob Dylan, Neil Young, and Roger Waters are all in final talks for a three-day mega concert of rock and roll legends set for October, the Los Angeles Times reports. Goldenvoice, the promoters who famously put on the annual Coachella Valley Music and Arts Festival in Indio, California,... Show More Summary

Rolling Stones, Dylan, McCartney, Neil Young in Talks for Mega Concert

Six titans of rock music – the Rolling Stones, Bob Dylan, Paul McCartney, Neil Young, the Who and Roger Waters – are reportedly in the finishing stages of joining together in October for an epic three-day concert in Indio, California. Goldenvoice, the organizers of the Coachella Music Festival, are in talks to...

Rolling Stones week is over, and we can almost hear you sigh

As we conclude Rolling Stones week on Lost and Found, it is fitting we close with the final single from the '80s. For the Stones, their charting days were about over and as depressing as it sound, it is enough to Almost Hear You Sig...

Willie Nelson on Merle Haggard: 'We Had a Lot of Fun Together'

Merle Haggard, who died last week at 79, considered Willie Nelson one of his closest friends. "I love Willie and I think Willie loves me," Haggard told Rolling Stone in 2014, detailing how the two bonded on the Nevada casino circuit in the Seventies. "We'd play a couple of long shows a day, then...

Male Producers Have Been Unsurprisingly Awful to Grimes

2 weeks agoLifestyle / Fashion : The Cut

In a new interview with Rolling Stone, Claire Boucher, a.k.a. art-pop synth queen Grimes, spoke about the still-pervasive sexism in the music industry, especially as she's seen it in relation to the sexual assault lawsuit Kesha lodged against her producer, Dr. Luke. Grimes, who has historically produced, written, and performed ... More »

Edward Snowden, digital spy, emerges as electronic musician

The American whistleblower, idle in Russian asylum, has been working on a record track with film composer Jean-Michel Jarre. Exclusive video interviews on Rolling Stone here.

See Dierks Bentley's Intoxicating 'What the Hell Did I Say' Video

Dierks Bentley admits with a laugh that he's "kind of messing with" his fans — "in a good way, though," he insists, talking to Rolling Stone Country about a four-part music video series rolling out before the release of his Black album. "It's a chance to give them bits and...

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