Current darling of the literary world, Keith Richards, is in trouble with his childhood library. It's hardly the most rock and roll rap he’s ever faced. But after a lifetime of hell-raising Keith Richards has finally been brought toShow More Summary
The following article is provided by Rolling Stone. By Julianne Escobedo Shepherd The most influential DJ at this weekend's Electric Daisy Carnival in New York...
The Rolling Stones Staples Center 5-20-13 If last night's concert at Staples Center really was the Rolling Stones' final show in Los Angeles after nearly 50 years of faithful pilgrimages to t...
Kate Beckinsale poses for a pic with pal Chelsea Handler backstage at the Rolling Stones 50 & Counting tour concert stop held at the Staples Center on Monday (May 20) in Los Angeles. The 39-year-old actress and Chelsea, 38, were joined by Nashville star Hayden Panettiere with her love Wladimir Klitschko. Kate‘s husband Len Wiseman [...]
Doors co-founder and keyboardist Ray Manzarek is dead after a long battle with bile duct cancer. He was 74. From Rolling Stone: “I was deeply saddened to hear about the passing of my friend and bandmate Ray Manzarek today,” Doors guitarist Robby Krieger said in a statement. Show More Summary
The Rolling Stones and Dave Grohl – Bitch – Live in Anaheim via Rickey.org The latest superstar talent to duet with Jagger was rock star Dave Grohl! Check out the video inside! The Voice • American Idol • The X Factor
Rolling Stone boss Jann Wenner says he picked his 22 year-old son Gus to run the magazine's website because he "impressed me more than anyone." Read more...
Grohl is the latest special guest that The Stones have brought out to celebrate the "50 and Counting" tour. On the American leg they've had help from all-stars including Keith Urban, Tom Waits and Gwen Stefani.
With the 50 And Counting tour, the Rolling Stones are back on the road rocking arenas. Prior stops featured special guests Dave Grohl, Tom Waits, Katy Perry, Keith Urban, and Gwen Stefani, but on this particular night the Stones (including former guitarist Mick Taylor) shined all by themselves. Check out the photos in the gallery [...]
She’s always up for a good time, and last night (May 20) Alessandra Ambrosio showed up at the Bacardi Rebels shindig at the Roseland Ballroom hosted by the Rolling Stones. The supermodel mommy scored mixed reviews for her unusual getup...Show More Summary
photos by Dana (distortion) Yavin Tom Petty & the Heartbreakers @ Beacon Theatre, 5/20/2012 Petty doesn't play a supercharged oldies revue like the Rolling Stones. Nor does he distort his catalogue into willfully eccentric renditions that separate "true" fans from...
The Rolling Stones continued with the high-profile guest performers Monday night at the Honda Center in Anaheim, Calif., when Dave Grohl joined the rockers onstage to play guitar and sing on "Bitch."As Charlie Watts lit off the quick fill that starts the song, Grohl strutted out from the shadows between Watts' drums riser and the organ rig. Show More Summary
Last night was the evening Rolling Stones fans have been waiting for since it was announced that former guitarist Mick Taylor would be joining the band as a guest on their 50 and Counting Tour. Up until yesterday’s show at the Staples...Show More Summary
Frank VanderSloot was one of 16 million-dollar Romney donors identified by Rolling Stone, and now Nate Silver writes that the fact that there is no statistical evidence that the IRS audit of VanderSloot indicates he was targeted. AtShow More Summary
Are you fresh out of college and unable to find a job? Then you’re probably not Gus Wenner, a 22-year-old recent graduate who was just named the editor at RollingStone.com. Coincidentally, Gus is the son of Jann Wenner, the owner of Rolling Stone‘s publisher Wenner Media. An email sent out to Rolling Stone staffers and picked up [...]Show More Summary
The storied struggle and resurrection of one of TV's most cult-ish comedies could itself work as some kind of tragiccomic series. Arrested Development found massive acclaim when it first hit the airwaves but struggled to find a big enough audience to make Fox happy. Show More Summary
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Jann Wenner, the owner of Rolling Stone’s publisher, Wenner Media, has a son named Gus Wenner. The former Wenner has named the latter Wenner — all 22 years of him— the new editor of RollingStone.com. Seems fair. In a memo obtained by...Show More Summary
Rolling Stone owner Jann Wenner has a knack for picking talent. So we're sure his online staff will give a hearty welcome to their new boss: Jann Wenner's fresh-out-of-college kid. Read more...
Here’s Rolling Stone founder Jann Wenner’s memo about his son‘s promotion. (I inserted the photo.) From: Jann Wenner Date: Monday, May 20, 2013 2:52 PM Subject: Gus Wenner Dear all: [Wenner Media chief digital officer] David Kang and I are very pleased — and I am very proud — to announce that Gus Wenner [left], … Read More