SAN DIEGO — The Pokémon Go phenomenon just screams for a South Park treatment, but here's the problem: By the time new episodes roll around in September, it'll feel a little stale. But what if Trey Parker and Matt Stone — who start writing...Show More Summary
For the second time in three months, The Rolling Stones have taken to Twitter to tell the world that they do not endorse Donald Trump, and that the Republican presidential nominee has once again used one of their songs without their consent. Show More Summary
The heavily-anticipated first Wonder Woman trailer has arrived, sending shockwaves through the San Diego Comic-Con crowd and beyond as the blockbuster sneak peak was unveiled at the event this weekend, reported Rolling Stone. The standalone...Show More Summary
My children have been introduced to The Rolling Stones at an early age. Not because of my love of classic rock. I'm more of a country and coffee house music type of girl. Rather for their great contribution to life lessons. Scratching your head trying to figure out what I mean. Show More Summary
The Beatles and The Rolling Stones, are arguably the two most profound British Rock & Roll bands to come to the U.S. as part of the 1960s British Invasion. John Lennon was arguably the leader of the Beatles as was Mick Jagger with The Rolling Stones. Show More Summary
Republican presidental nominee Donald Trump has been making musicians mad for the last year by his using their songs without their permission, including but not limited to Aerosmith, Adele, R.E.M... Continue reading…
When noted orangémon Donald Trump finished up his speech last night at the RNC, he rather cryptically walked out to the Rolling Stones’s “You Can’t Always Get What You Want,” one of the least likely campaign songs in memory. Read more...
Last night at the RNC, The Rolling Stones' song "You Can't Always Get What You Want" started playing as the night drew to a close. People wondered...
KEEP IT TOGETHER, RACHEL! Maddow to Rolling Stone: To Prepare for President Trump, I’m Reading Up on Hitler’s First Months. Maddow: Trump’s Speech Could Be ‘Gateway Drug’ for KKK into GOP. So which flavor of socialist is Trump this week? Is he Hitler, or Woodrow Wilson? And note that while Maddow has no problem smearing […]
The Rolling Stones song, “You cant always get what you want,” is a song about drugs, and death. It was played at the close of the GOP convention 2016 in Cleveland, chosen by Donald Trump & Company as they closed the convention. As per friends who knew the scene back in the day: “For years, [...]Show More Summary
Additionally, the band issued a cease and desist order against the Republican presidential nominee.
Donald Trump, proud father: And from another angle: "Yeah, she's really something, and what a beauty, that one,” Trump told a Rolling Stone reporter who had complimented Ivanka last fall. “If I weren't happily married and, ya know, her father... " Read more Slate coverage of the 2016 campaign.
Bruce Springsteen, Beyoncé, Coldplay, and The Rolling Stones are killing it in terms of ticket sales this year.
When Robert Frank and Danny Seymour made “Cocksucker Blues,” their documentary about the Rolling Stones on tour in the United States, in 1972, the band hadn’t been here for three years—not since the catastrophic concert at the Altamont...Show More Summary
CLEVELAND — A non-stop stream of Rolling Stones hits played Wednesday afternoon as a gaggle of reporters, cameramen, photographers, and television anchors awaited Donald Trump's arrival by helicopter to the Republican National Convention...Show More Summary
Believe it or not, the Republican National Convention is actually becoming more welcoming to gay people. There’s a catch, of course: To be a part of the club, you have to be anti-Muslim. Both BuzzFeed and Rolling Stone report that gay Republican group GOProud organized a big party at the RNC...
Jon Blistin at Rolling Stone reported Tuesday: Queen has lashed out at Donald Trump again for using their 1977 song "We Are the Champions" without permission. [...] "We are frustrated by the repeated unauthorized use of the song after a previous request to desist, which has obviously been ignored by Mr. Show More Summary
In 1969, Barry Kramer and Tony Reay founded the music magazine Creem. Its irreverent tone quickly gained a dedicated readership, and during its peek, Creem’s circulation was second only to Rolling Stone for a music magazine. After two...Show More Summary