Donald Trump has recently been taking to playing the Rolling Stones song "Start Me Up" at campaign events, and the group would very much like for it to fade away.
"... and this pushed me into examining my thoughts about California. Some of my notes from the time follow here. I never wrote the piece about the Hearst trial, but I went to San Francisco in 1976 while it was going on and tried to report it. Show More Summary
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Legendary British band asks GOP frontrunner to get offa their cloud
The GOP presidential candidate has been using "Start Me Up," but the band wants him to shut it down.
Alicia Keys Releases New Single “In Common” Rolling Stone is reporting that Alicia Keys’ is making another attempt at relevancy with her new single… Alicia Keys has debuted the hypnotic, catchy single “In Common,” her first new track since last
Once again, we find country and Americana artists both on the verge and under-the-radar who deserve a listen. This installment of Rolling Stone Country's Artists You Need to Know includes a ferocious Tex-Mex-tinged band, a Southern-rock badass and a trio of women who deliver sharp lyrics with angelic harmonies.
"This [album]'s not nearly as depressing. It's a bit more celebratory," Jason Isbell told Rolling Stone Country last spring, sitting on a couch outside of the Sound Emporium studio where his newest album, Something More Than Free, was recorded in four inspired weeks. Nowhere is that celebratory feel more prevalent than on "Palmetto...
Bookworm interviewed Don DeLillo about his new novel Zero K. Ryan Adams looked back on his Heartbreaker album (a remastered and expanded edition will be released on Friday) at Rolling Stone. May is Largehearted Boy's first fundraising month. All donations...
If you've already got an expensive concert site set up for a two weekend indie rock fest and a multi-day country festival, you might as well use it for something. Right? The answer is yes, and the creative programming choice is a 3 day festival of the same acts that...
The Desert Trip festival is a done deal. The “Coachella of Classic Rock” is set to take place this October and it will feature a lineup of classic rock icons that haven’t been on the same bill since…ever. The Desert Trip classic rock festival will include The Rolling Stones, Bob Dylan, Paul McCartney, Neil Young,... Show More Summary
This festival features The Rolling Stones, Bob Dylan, Paul McCartney, Neil Young, Roger Waters, and The Who, and it's gonna rule so hard.
The organizers of the Coachella Music Festival recently announced their new project,”Desert Trip“, which at the same desert location over the weekend of October 7, 2016,and features an absolutely amazing lineup of The Rolling Stones, Bob Dylan, Paul McCartney, Neil Young and The Who. The show is all ages and a full list of pass […]
Ticket revenue projections could push Desert Trip gross figures to astronomical proportions.
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Bob Dylan, The Who and others will play as well
Talk about a mega-star lineup. It really isn’t an exaggeration to say that the Desert Trip concert scheduled this fall in Indio, Calif., will be a once in a lifetime experience. On Oct. 7, The Rolling Stones...
Long live rock...and rock stars. Moments after a half-dozen of the most celebrated acts in rock-and-roll history announced their three-day show in Indio, California, snarksters were renaming the event Oldchella. Or, “Steel Wheelchairs.”...Show More Summary
Desert Trip, the world's first modern festival solely focused on the 70-something rock star demographic, has finally been confirmed. [ more › ]