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Robert Reich: Why Capitalism Needs Saving

Rolling Stone asked former Labor Secretary Robert Reich, "Why does capitalism need saving, and why is it worth saving?" His response: "Those are the two questions I've been getting on the book tour. One group of people says, 'Why do you suppose it needs saving? It's perfect.' And another group says, 'Why do you want to save it? It's so rotten.'... Show More Summary

Ciara Covered The Rolling Stones' "Paint It, Black" For That Awful Vin Diesel Movie

Of the many, many different ways I wanted Ciara to cover The Rolling Stones’ seminal “Paint It, Black”, I can’t really say “Cry-Me-a-River”-meets-Hans-Zimmer’s-Dark-Knight-score was at the top of the list. Personally, I would’ve enjoyed some Astroglide slick Crunk&B from Dre &... Continue reading

Ciara’s Cover of the Rolling Stones’ ‘Paint It Black’ Is Spooky, in a Sexy Way

Vin Diesel's latest film, The Last Witch Hunter, isn't due out till October 23, but you can listen to Ciara's new song from the soundtrack now. For the film, the not-so-elusive chanteuse serves up a haunting, soulful rendition of the Rolling Stones' "Paint It Black." Though the song wasn't on... More »

Ciara – “Paint It Black” (The Rolling Stones Cover)

12 hours agoMusic / Indie Music : Stereogum

In case you live under a rock and haven’t been following the breakup cycle that’s dogged Ciara and Future since the dissolution of their engagement last year, many of us have been reading clues and deeper meanings into each and every song they respectively release. Currently, Future has been a bit ahead of the game […]

Hear Ciara’s Moody Revamp of the Rolling Stones' 'Paint It Black'

Ciara, R&B's still-reigning princess, is taking a dark, psychedelic turn with her new song, featured in The Last Witch Hunter. For the action film starring Vin Diesel, out October 23rd, the singer tackles the Rolling Stones' bewitching "Paint It Black," and reimagines it as a syrupy, mesmerizing slow-burner. Hear the track below, and...

Shania Twain Cancels Rest Of U.S. Tour: Diagnosed With Upper Respiratory Infection [Video]

Shania Twain has had to cancel the last two dates on the United States leg of her Rock This Country Tour due to an upper respiratory infection, reports Rolling Stone magazine. The concerts in Manchester, New Hampshire and Albany, New York were cancelled, and will not be rescheduled. Show More Summary

Annie Leibovitz Discusses Her Caitlyn Jenner Vanity Fair Photo Shoot & Other Legendary Covers

yesterdayLGBT / Gay :

At yesterday’s Vanity Fair New Establishment Summit, photographer Annie Leibovitz took a look back at her most famous covers: Vanity Fair’s 1991 shot of pregnant Demi Moore, 1981’s John Lennon and Yoko Ono Rolling Stone cover, and, of...Show More Summary

It Ain't Easy Being Keith Richards: Inside the New Issue

Keith Richards gives one of his most revealing interviews in years in the new issue of Rolling Stone (on stands Friday). For the in-depth cover story, the Rolling Stones guitarist invited associate editor Patrick Doyle to hang out with him at Luc's in Ridgefield, Connecticut – an unassuming French bistro near Richards'...

PREMIERE: Listen to Summer Flake's Dreamy Take on the Stones' "Some Things Just Stick in Your Mind"

It takes a lot of chutzpah to cover a Rolling Stones song—let alone do it well—but Summer Flake's Stephanie Crase has just the chops and wry delivery to nail it.

Newswire: Bloc Party ends another hiatus, drops another single

British indie-rock group Bloc Party has ended its “indefinite hiatus” by dropping a new single called “The Love Within,” which will appear on its upcoming fifth album, Rolling Stone reports. After releasing its previous LP—aptly titled...Show More Summary

POP Melting, An Incredible Chocolate Cake Zoetrope Animation by Alexandre Dubosc

3 days agoHumor / odd : Laughing Squid

Artist Alexandre Dubosc has once again created an incredible zoetrope for his stop motion animation “POP Melting.” The zoetrope, which features Pac Man characters appearing to eat popcorn kernels and Rolling Stones logos consuming the popped result upon a spinning chocolate cake, is Dubosc’s tribute to pop culture. Show More Summary

Inside Michael Jackson’s Iconic First Moonwalk Onstage

Rolling Stone contributing editor Steve Knopper's new book, MJ: The Genius of Michael Jackson (in stores October 6th), is the first narrative biography to deconstruct Jackson's inimitable dance steps, live performances, songwriting method and studio sessions in fine detail — he interviewed more than 400 people close to Jackson, his music and his...

Rob Zombie's Great American Nightmare 2015: Rolling Stone's Best Photos

These days, Rob Zombie might be better known as a horror auteur than a musician, but the former White Zombie frontman still knows how to get a crowd moving — and screaming. Over the weekend, in Villa Park, Illinois, he hosted the Great American Nightmare, a pre-Halloween scarefest featuring three nights of...

Route 91 Harvest Fest 2015: Best Live Photos

"There's no better party than Vegas," Jon Pardi told Rolling Stone Country backstage at the second annual Route 91 Harvest Fest. And over the weekend, Nashville brought the party to Las Vegas, as some of its biggest names graced stages at the outdoor MGM Resort Village on the south end...

Lady Antebellum's Charles Kelley Talks Solo Venture in Our Ram Report

Lady Antebellum's Charles Kelley is the first-ever guest on Rolling Stone Country's Ram Report, making its premiere today. The singer sits down with us in Nashville to talk about his next big career move: going solo. The first taste of Kelley's new venture is his soaring first single, "The Driver," co-written...

‘It’s all bullsht': Rage Against the Machine’s bassist is a moon landing truther who thinks ISIS is fake

3 days agoNews : The Raw Story

Rage Against the Machine bassist Tim Commerford freely admits he’s a conspiracy theorist who believes the moon landing was faked and ISIS is part of a global plot to promote war. The 47-year-old spoke with Rolling Stone about his new band, Wakrat, and the conversation turned to his...

Fight Tracks: The Nuge, Ozzy, Stones, Johnny Cash, the Beasties – going vintage at UFC 192

Check out what the fighters of Saturday’s UFC 192 event in Houston went with as their walkout tracks. From the Rolling Stones to the Beastie Boys, Johnny Cash to the Notorious B.I.G., there was plenty of variety in H-Town.Filed under: News, UFC

Pope Francis Music Album To Be Released: From Gregorian Chant To Rock-N-Roll

Pope Francis is often heralded as being hip with the times, but imagine Catholics’ surprise when a song featuring His Holiness premiered on Rolling Stone‘s website. Vatican Radio announced that a new album that combines a variety of speeches spoken by Pope Francis with many different styles of music, reportedly from Gregorian chants to rock-n-roll... Show More Summary

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