As women continue to come forward with sexual assault accusations against Harvey Weinstein, Icelandic singer Bjork has emerged with a revelation of her own regarding "my experience with a Danish director," reports Rolling Stone. On her Facebook page Sunday, Bjork said she'd been "inspired" by all of the women speaking...
Butthole Surfers are working on their first new album since 2001's Weird Revolution, and the band recently talked to Rolling Stone about their state of mind and expectations going into releasing what'll be their first album in 17 years (if it comes out next summer as anticipated). "No one has put out a decent record…
After initially being put up for sale last March, Rolling Stones guitarist Keith Richards’ Greenwich Village penthouse was taken off the market in early September due to failing to sale for the $12.23 million USD asking price. For perspective, Richards bought the property in 2014 for $10.5 million USD. Now, however, the Fifth Avenue space […]
The righteous, virtuosic New Jersey punk rock power trio Screaming Females, one of the best bands on the face of the planet, are coming back next year with a new album. Rolling Stone reports that the band recorded their new LP All At Once in London with Soundgarden/Mastodon producer Matt Bayles, who also worked with…
Sticky Fingers is a crawl through rock & roll journalism and American history. by Jenni Moore D uring my college days at the University of Oregon, one of my favorite journalism professors, Tom Wheeler, told my class about the time he interviewed Keith Richards for Rolling Stone. Show More Summary
Demi Lovato is quite an open book these days and she continued to tell all in a new interview with Rolling Stone. The 25-year-old opened up about her past drug addictions, her mental health, the Hillary Clinton campaign, and more. Here’s what she had to share: On being labeled bi-polar: “I’m not sick of it. [...]
The latest issue of iconic music magazine Rolling Stone features Foo Fighters' Dave Grohl on its cover. Rolling Stone's exclusive interview with Grohl starts off in the following setting: "We hop into Grohl's Tesla, a $140,000 spaceship...Show More Summary
The 12-hour rock 'n' roll marathon featured performances by 22 bands on three stages including festival curators Foo Fighters, Queens of the Stone Age, Cage the Elephant, Liam Gallagher, the Kills, Royal Blood and more on Saturday.
Gimme shelter: Rolling Stones guitarist Keith Richards has relisted his Greenwich Village duplex for $11.995 million. READ MORE »
“He’s dominated the media. But you can’t dominate a global context. To some degree, you’re riding the waves. You’re not creating the waves.” — Gov. Jerry Brown (D), quoted by Rolling Stone, on President Trump.
A former writer for Vice’s feminist sub-site Broadly, Michael Hafford, is now facing accusations by multiple women for rape and extreme instances of assault. According to his Twitter bio, he has also written for Rolling Stone. HelenShow More Summary
I can kill you with the toaster too, but that doesn't make the toaster evil. The post Peak Stupid: Rolling Stone Releases Article on How Evil Doesn’t Kill People, but Guns Do appeared first on RedState.
Taylor Swift is speaking out about the late Tom Petty and his impact on her own career. The 27-year-old “Look What You Made Me Do” singer-songwriter paid tribute in a statement to Rolling Stone. “To me, Tom Petty represented a kind of songwriting I idolized: complex simplicity,” she said. “It said so much in the [...]
Ed O'Brien would rather be home, sitting in front of the fire, than at the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame ceremony, he told Rolling Stone.
Rolling Stone reports: The nominations for the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame’s Class of 2018 are in, and the list includes Radiohead, Rage Against The Machine, Bon Jovi, Depeche Mode, Judas Priest, Kate Bush, the Cars, Dire Straits, Eurythmics, J. Show More Summary
Five older gentlemen will headline a benefit concert for victims of this year's brutal hurricane season at the end of the month — and it's not the Rolling Stones or Journey. Read more...