Rolling Stone remembers the last Beatles concert, in San Francisco's Candlestick Park on Aug. 29, 1966: "Touring was killing the Beatles by 1966.... Playing for a crowd had once been their lifeblood, but fame had robbed them of everything that made it joyful and fulfilling. Show More Summary
James Corden is captured in bed as The Late Late Show host covers the most recent issue of Rolling Stone. Photographed by Mark Seliger, Corden charms in a cheeky photo shoot. Discussing his show’s late night timeslot, Corden shares, “We make the show at 12:37 at night. Show More Summary
A singer who was Mexico’s best-selling artist of all time and one of the icons of Latin American music has died. Rolling Stone reports that Juan Gabriel died Sunday at his home in Santa Monica, Calif. Gabriel, 66, reportedly suffere...
"Poetry is of many sorts and is all around us... a rhymed political slogan is poetry of a kind, for example, and the lyrics of a song by the Beatles, the Rolling Stones, or Bob Dylan may be poetry of a very high order."
Earlier this year, it was revealed that Mick Jagger will father a child for the eight time. The woman carrying the 72-year-old’s child is American ballerina Melanie Hamrick, 29. The Rolling Stones singer previously made it clear that they are not in a serious relationship. Show More Summary
Welcome to the latest edition in our war on voting series. This is a joint project of Meteor Blades and Joan McCarter. This week's War on Voting news was dominated by Greg Palast's Rolling Stone article detailing the latest Republican effort to keep people of color out of the polls come November. Show More Summary
Ye told E! that his innovative stage took eight months of planning to build.
He will continue to contribute to Rolling Stone.
In an interview animated by Rolling Stone, the late, great John Lennon described the circumstances under which he took acid for the very first time. In the spring of 1965 while he and his wife Cynthia were having dinner with George Harrison and Patty Boyd at the home of their dentist, John Riley. After dinner, […]
The Late, Late Show host turned 38 on Monday.
In a short amount of time, James Corden has become one of the biggest names in late night! Although, the 38-year-old wasn't always the confident talk show host he is now. In a candid chat with Rolling Stone, the Into The Woods star opened up about how being a bigger kid in middle school inspired him [...]
Dina Uretski/Shutterstock This story appears in our Summer 2016 issue. Subscribe here. Papa was a rolling stone, Wherever he laid his hat was his home And when he died, all he left us was alone. —The Temptations T here is a widespread...Show More Summary
James Corden gets into bed on the cover of Rolling Stone‘s latest issue. Here’s what the 38-year-old talk show host had to share: On The Late Late Show‘s timeslot: “We make the show at 12:37 at night. We’re only in competition with people choosing to fall asleep or not. But on the Internet, it’s a [...]
I hope that big brand EDM is still inexplicably popular in 2216, because Steve Aoki — the fourth highest-paid DJ in the world — is getting cryogenically frozen! In a new Rolling Stone profile, the 38-year-old Aoki revealed that he’s paying the Alcor Life Extension Foundation $220K to stuff his body into a cryonic cylinder […]
In addition to the US Weekly puff-piece on Hillary, owner Jann Wenner endorsed Mrs. Clinton in Rolling Stone magazine in March, saying that she “is one of the most qualified candidates for the presidency in modern times…”
Multiple sources snitched, and property records do indeed confirm, that gloriously eccentric actor James Spader (Rolling Stone once called him “the strangest man on TV”) has sold his home in the historic and affluent Windsor Square neighborhood, west of Downtown Los Angeles, in an off-market deal for $4 million. The three-time Emmy winner — who... Read more »
Five years ago in Rolling Stone, Tim Dickinson described Roger Ailes as 'one of the most skilled and fearsome' operatives in the history of the Republican Party. As a political consultant, Ailes repackaged Richard Nixon for television...Show More Summary