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Newswire: Keith Richards doesn’t care much for that hippity-hop nonsense

Noted Sgt. Pepper’s hater Keith Richards is at it again. In an interview with, weirdly enough, Rolling Stone, the Rolling Stone said he’s always “thought [Metallica and Black Sabbath] were great jokes,” and that rap sucks because it’s...Show More Summary

Keith Richards Insults Metallica, Black Sabbath, And Hip Hop In New Interview

Rolling Stones guitarist Keith Richards has expressed his feelings regarding the current state of the music industry in a new interview, lashing out at heavy metal and rap and calling Metallica and Black Sabbath “great jokes.” Speaking...Show More Summary

Keith Richards says rap is for 'tone-deaf people,' bags on the Beatles

Keith Richards has no sympathy for the rap world The Rolling Stones rocker shared his distaste for the genre in a recent interview with the New York Daily News “What rap did that was impressive was to show there are so many tone-deaf people out there,” he says. Show More Summary

? Listen: Oneohtrix Point Never - “I Bite Through It”

After teasing us with a few previews — “drone” being the most recent — Oneohtrix Point Never has shared via Rolling Stone a full song off his forthcoming album, Garden of Delete. It’s called “I Bite Through It,” and you can check it out below. Show More Summary

Watch Rob Thomas Talk Rock-Star Excess, Matchbox Twenty Success, New LP

Last month, Matchbox Twenty frontman Rob Thomas released The Great Unknown, his first solo album in six years. In an exclusive video interview with Rolling Stone, the singer-songwriter explains why he took his time on the LP. "Every couple years, you get to put out 12 songs that represent you," he says....

Trump Looks Forward to Running Against ‘Nice Guy’ Kanye in 2020

23 hours agoNews : Mediaite

Leave it to Rolling Stone to get Donald Trump's first reaction to Kanye West's 2020 presidential announcement at this week's MTV VMAs, and the subsequent comparisons between the rapper and the GOP frontrunner that followed.

'The Bastard Executioner': Inside Kurt Sutter's Bloody New Show

The following article if provided by Rolling Stone.  Kurt Sutter would like to get something off his chest. The showrunner behind the wildly successful, dearly beloved, bad-ass Shakespearean biker melodrama Sons of Anarchy knows that...Show More Summary

The Rolling Stones: Hyde Park Live 1969 (DVD REVIEW)

It was 1969. Early July, to be exact. A warm day with scattered white clouds moving across the sky as an array of mostly young bohemians made their way into London’s Hyde Park for a free concert headlined by the Rolling Stones. Slits...Show More Summary

Bill Murray Cameo: Actor Agrees To Appear In ‘Ghostbusters’ Reboot

Bill Murray confirmed he recently filmed a cameo for the Ghostbusters reboot. According to a report by Rolling Stone, Murray was originally reluctant to rejoin the cast of the supernatural comedy franchise. However, upon careful consideration,...Show More Summary

Alabama Shakes' Brittany Howard Releases Album as Thunderbitch

Photo by Ashley Boyd Jones Earlier this year, Alabama Shakes released their new album Sound & Colour. Now, as Rolling Stone points out, frontwoman Brittany Howard has released another new album, this time under the name Thunderbitch....Show More Summary

Surfing… In The Sahara?: Morocco’s Killer Surf Scene!

Since the days when Jimi Hendrix strummed his guitar in Essaouira and the Rolling Stones hung out in Marrakesh, hippies and travellers have sought out this part of Morocco’s 2,000km-long Atlantic coastline.

Shania Twain Plots Another Tour Extension and Las Vegas Residency

"Right now I feel as if I'll be satisfied after the tour to not perform anymore," Shania Twain told Rolling Stone Country back in June before kicking off her Rock This Country trek — the superstar's first tour in 11 years and what is pegged as her last. But now...

Dave Davies on Reviving the Kinks: 'Where There's Life, There's Hope'

Two years ago, Dave Davies told Rolling Stone there was a "50/50 chance" of a Kinks reunion in the near future, but the singer-guitarist now says those odds have been downgraded. "I'd say there's an outside shot," he tells Rolling Stone. "But where there's life, there's hope. I know Ray has a lot coming...


THE FEDS DIDN’T MAKE HER TREAT AN ENTIRE FRATERNITY AS GUILTY BASED ON A FALSE ACCUSATION AGAINST A FEW MEMBERS, OR LEAD A LYNCH MOB AGAINST IT. U.Va. president blames feds for response to Rolling Stone debacle. University of Virginia President Teresa Sullivan blamed federal privacy regulations for her school’s failure to debunk the Rolling […]

Bill Murray ‘Secretly’ Loves Poetry

At Rolling Stone, Bill Murray shares his love for poetry. The actor and comedian is an ardent supporter of Poets House, in New York. More: In his youth, Bill Murray wrote poetry, although he’s been wise enough not to share it with the world. “Everything rhymed,” he’s said of those juvenile efforts, a sentence halfway […]

Here’s what’s coming to Netflix in September

With September upon us it’s time to check in once again on the new movies and TV shows coming to Netflix. One of the highlights is the documentary on Rolling Stones legend Keith Richards coming in the middle of the month. Here’s what...Show More Summary

Rare Photographs of The Rolling Stones in France Taken by Dominique Tarlé in the 1970s

Every fan of the Stones knows the name and history of the photographs taken at the Villa Nellcôte in Villefranche sur Mer, where Dominique Tarlé spent 6 months with the group during the recording of Exile on Mainstreet. In 1971, The Rolling Stones, swindled by their manager, were fleeing British taxes. Show More Summary

Lil Weezyana: Rolling Stone's Best Photos

Last night, Lil Wayne honored his beloved hometown of New Orleans with an all-star blowout, Lil Weezyana, held on the 10th anniversary of Hurricane Katrina. Streamed on Tidal, the concert featured a reunion performance from Hot Boys, the group that launched Wayne's career, as well as appearances from Drake, Master P, August Alsina,...

Roger Waters' 'Wall' Pig, Inflatable Freddie Mercury Headed to Auction

The giant pig head that adorned the stage of Roger Waters' 1990 Berlin performance of The Wall, as well as other large-scale inflatable props and models used by the Rolling Stones, AC/DC and Queen are headed to auction, the BBC reports. The items come from the Halesworth, England workshop of Air Artists and...

Justin Bieber Will Be on The Tonight Show for a Whole Week (Because He Knows You Need Him After a Hard Day, Baby)

Get ready for a week of Biebs: After making an appearance on The Tonight Show next Wednesday, September 2, Justin Bieber will begin a one-week residency on the show, from September 7–11, Rolling Stone reports. Bieber, a Tonight Show veteran, is promoting his new album, and will perform live Thursday and... More »

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