Garth Brooks is keeping the tune that he will perform at the 50th Annual Academy of Country Music Awards tomorrow night a secret, but he tells Rolling Stone Country that the evening will be a very emotional one, even outside of his song selection. The reason: Brooks will debut a guitar...
Tim McGraw has enraged the pro-gun rights crowd by announcing a benefit for a charity that supports gun control, according to Rolling Stone. As part of his summer tour, the country singer will perform in Hartford, Conn., about 50 miles away from where the 2012 Sandy Hook mass murder took place. His... Read More > Other Links From TVGuide.com Tim McGraw
These brave students deserve to be heard. was not prepared for this movie. Being a feminist writer, I spend a lot of my time examining many of the abuses and injustices that women face in this society. I've developed the thick skin required to do such work, but I must admit that it has left me pretty numb. Show More Summary
In the '60s, former background singer Miss Robbie Montgomery toured the country and sang backup for the likes of Ike & Tina Turner, The Rolling Stones, Stevie Wonder and Barbra Streisand. After suffering a collapsed lung, Miss Robbie...Show More Summary
In his introduction to John Tamny’s new book Popular Economics: What the Rolling Stones, Downton Abbey, and LeBron James Can Teach You About Economics, Steve Forbes sums up the present state of academia with a quote from a popular undergraduate textbook, Paul Samuelson’s Economics: “If C=a+bY=200+2/3Y and I=I=100, solve Y=C+I=200+2/3Y+100 to [...]
This summer, The Rolling Stones are going on tour, and for some promotion help, they have turn to a YouTube channel that likes to emulate old ladies. The Kloons have released a new episode of their web series Sisters, and both KeithShow More Summary
He’s the oldest living member of The Rolling Stones, despite the fact he hasn’t been a member of the group since 1993. At 78, bassist Bill Wyman will be releasing a new album, something he hasn’t done since 1982, and it’s only his fourth album. Back To Basics (Proper) will be released on June 22nd […]
Former Rolling Stones bassist Bill Wyman will release Back to Basics, his first solo album in 33 years, on June 22nd via Proper Records. Per a press release, the stripped-back album counts JJ Cale, Tom Waits and Leonard Cohen among its influences, and came about after Wyman found approximately 60 unreleased songs while archiving...
"I'm a groupie for NCIS." No, mom. No you are not. The "Sisters" -- aka Mitch and Nik of comedy group The Kloons lip-syncing real conversations between Nik's mom and aunt -- are back with a sixth episode. And this time, somehow, they've...Show More Summary
From "Subterranean Homesick Blues" to "Like Rolling Stone," Bruce Langhorne was there playing along with Bob Dylan. A member of the early Greenwich Village scene along with Joan Baez, Carolyn Hester, and, of course, Dylan, Langhorne was known for his expert guitar playing abilities and his use of a large tambourine-looking drum. Show More Summary
I’LL BET IT WON’T MAKE THE COVER OF ROLLING STONE, OR SPARK EXTENSIVE CAMPUS DISCUSSION: Third Student Charged in Gang-Rape on Panama City, Florida, Beach. Note that when white frat boys are (falsely) charged with gang rape, their race and accompanying presumed attitudes toward rape are front-and-center in all coverage....
Black Sabbath drummer, Bill Ward, has issued a statement saying that he is not interested in rejoining the legendary heavy metal band until frontman Ozzy Osbourne issues a public apology. In a report from Rolling Stone, the 66-year-old...Show More Summary
The Rolling Stones tend to center their concerts around their vast catalog of hits, but Mick Jagger tells us that this summer's tour will also highlight some lesser-known tunes from Sticky Fingers. Nothing is confirmed, but it seems quite possible they're going to play "Sister Morphine" and "Moonlight Mile" for the first time...
The following article is provided by Rolling Stone. By KORY GROW "Compton hasn't changed," Ice Cube says of the L.A. suburb where he got his start. "It's wack. It's pretty much the same thing as it's always been, and that's fucked up really.... Show More Summary
Last week, we were talking about Krakauer's book "Missoula: Rape and the Justice System in a College Town," which comes out on April 21st. My post was: "In the wake of Rolling Stone's 'Rape on Campus' debacle, we're about to get a rape-on-campus book by the best-selling author Jon Krakauer." I said: ... Show More Summary
As reported by The Seattle Times (via Rolling Stone), A&M Records—the label behind early ‘90s super-grunge band Temple Of The Dog—is suing the co-founder of London Bridge Studios to get control of the master tapes for Temple Of The Dog’s self-titled (and only) album. Show More Summary
Public relations consultants are paid to remind clients of “worst case” – considering, before the fact, the worst thing that could happen if the client takes a desired action. Such external counsel is particularly important for high-profile individuals or organizations, where direct reports – dependent on the boss for their financial [...]
Mario Wienerroither takes The Verve’s 1997 hit Bittersweet Symphony and turns it into a mundane stroll down the block. Perhaps if they had released the song this way, they wouldn’t have been sued by Rolling Stones’ management.
Starting this fall, Georgia Tech will give its student-athletes an additional $1,720 per school year to cover their full cost of attendance. In other words, it’s money for cellphone bills, travel expenses and other costs on top of tuition, fees, room and board, and books, which until this year were the only things athletic departments […]