Known for contributing to The Rolling Stone’s iconic style, stylist William Gilchrist links up with Mr Porter for a new shoot, lensed by photographer Bill Gentle. Gilchrist dons Mr Porter’s latest tailored styles for fall and discusses how to achieve an effortless look when it comes to suiting. Show More Summary
It’s hard to believe, but it was 20 years ago today – August 24th, 1995 – when the Rolling Stones cranked up “Start Me Up“, and Windows 95 was born. It was also a time when the Internet was coming of age, people were starting to figure out what “email” and “floppy disks” were, and Bill Gates’ voice was still to break. Show More Summary
Good morning. Does he get cover treatment? Well, if Trump does get the cover of Rolling Stone, as CNN suggests (CNN), it will obviously simply because he's "tapped a nerve of dissatisfaction" among the electorate, right? Well, he's at least tapped into a lot of very conservative older white males who haven't gone to college (CBS News). Show More Summary
As the magazine works to repair its journalistic reputation, its founder, Jann Wenner, is gradually handing the reins to his son.
The Donald Trump train continues to run right along and there doesn’t appear to be anything that can derail it right now. The Republican presidential candidate has been making quite a few promises about what he will do if he actually...Show More Summary
He says he keeps getting richer, and now he’s got his picture … on the cover of the Rolling Stone.
After not speaking to each other for almost two decades, Axl Rose and Slash may be ending their feud, or at least reaching some sort of détente. Rolling Stone points out that in an interview with Sweden’s Aftonbladet, Slash responds to the host’s remark that “I’ve heard that you’ve made friends with Axl Rose again” […]
Tequila and nostalgia were aplenty at the second annual Rolling Stone Country and Rolling Stone Films party, presented by Patrón. As the packed house Monday night at downtown Nashville's Acme Feed and Seed sipped on margaritas and specialty cocktails, Sheryl Crow took us back to the Nineties with hits including "Strong Enough," "All...
To commemorate the 25th anniversary of the release of seminal alt-rock album Ritual De Lo Habitual by Jane’s Addiction, Rolling Stone spoke with the band’s singer Perry Ferrell and lead guitarist Dave Navarro for an extensive behind-the-scenes breakdown of the creation of the record. Show More Summary
Rolling Stone magazine ranked in 2005 Stevie Wonder's "Songs in the Key of Life" number 57 in the top 500 albums of all times. So it is fitting that Wonder announced, with great fanfare, the final leg of his "Songs in the Key of Life Performance" tour in the United States this fall. Show More Summary
Stephen Colbert has already surprised us all with his country music chops, but here’s a little-known fact: He was once the lead singer in a Rolling Stones cover band called A Shot In the Dark. On Tuesday’s Howard Stern Show, ColbertShow More Summary
It was 50 years ago today that the Beatles returned to Chicago on their 1965... The post 50 years ago: The Beatles, The Rolling Stones — and Chicago appeared first on Chicago Entertainment - Chicago Sun-Times.
In May, Faith No More cemented their return after a 15-year hiatus, and several more on the reunion-tour circuit, with Sol Invictus, the group's first LP since 1997's Album of the Year. In a new interview with Rolling Stone, drummer Mike Bordin and bassist Billy Gould discuss the group's remarkable rise, breakup and future. The...
Near the beginning of “The End of the Tour,” the new movie about the five-day relationship between David Foster Wallace, the novelist, and David Lipsky, a writer sent by Rolling Stone to profile him, we hear, read aloud, the first paragraph of a review of “Infinite Jest” that appeared in New York magazine in February, 1996. Show More Summary
It was in a dream that the now legendary tune came to Rolling Stones guitarist Keith Richards, so it's a good thing he slept with a tape recorder next to his bed
Senegal's master drummer Doudou Ndiaye Rose, who collaborated with Miles Davis and the Rolling Stones and was considered a "living human treasure" for keeping his country's traditional rhythms alive, died Wednesday aged 85, his nephew told AFP. Show More Summary
"Part Time Lovers (Full Time Fools)" was one of the first songs Andrew Combs recorded for his excellent second record All These Dreams, which Rolling Stone Country recently named one of the 30 Great Country Albums of 2015 You Probably Didn't (but really should) Hear. But the song actually didn't...
Stephen Colbert isn't just a comedian, actor, and host. The future "Late Show" host is also quite musical, as well. On Tuesday's episode of "The Howard Stern Show," Stern mentioned that he had heard Colbert once fronted a Rolling Stones cover band. Show More Summary
The following article is provided by Rolling Stone. Grossing an estimated $60 million this weekend, the N.W.A biopic Straight Outta Compton has already been established as one of summer's most unlikely non-franchise blockbusters and...Show More Summary
As Bikini Kill get ready for their re-release of their debut cassette tape, Revolution Girl Style Now, band members Kathleen Hanna and Kathi Wilcox, both Riot Grrrl pioneers, spoke to Rolling Stone‘s Amy Plitt about their music and legacy. …Read More