The winner of The Voice, Craig Wayne Boyd, has reportedly written a song about his time on the show. Wayne Boyd won The Voice in season 7, and during an interview with Rolling Stone Country, via Music Times, Boyd discussed his upcoming new album, and the tracks that will be on it. Show More Summary
Something is rotten in the kingdom of pop-punk. After a tense, several-hour-long volley of announcements and denials yesterday, Blink-182 members Travis Barker and Mark Hoppus confirmed to Rolling Stone that the group's third member, Tom DeLonge, had "indefinitely" left the band. Show More Summary
It seems Blink-182's Travis Barker and Mark Hoppus are having trouble with Tom DeLonge, after the band's longtime guitarist purportedly left the group and then came back all on the same day. In an interview with Rolling Stone on Monday evening, Barker and Hoppus attempted to set the record straight... More »
Before Alex G was the subject of a Rolling Stone profile, he was a sensation that stuck mostly to the underground, one whose numerous Bandcamp releases were traded around like deeply held secrets. One of his strongest pre-DSU efforts is Trick, which is getting a remaster and rerelease via Lucky Number later this year. “Sarah” [...]
What a day racked with tragedy and triumph. After a report was published in Rolling Stone on Monday that claimed Blink-182's Tom DeLonge had quit the band to pursue "non-musical endeavors," DeLonge took to his Instagram to say that he never quit the band. #Awkward Read more...
by Andrew Sacher photo by Janette Valentine We're still about about a month away from the new Torche album, Restarter (due 2/24 via Relapse), and today we get its third single, "Loose Men," via Rolling Stone. Following the two four-plus...
In the wake of Rolling Stone's factually compromised story on campus rape at the University of Virginia, CNN Films' new documentary The Hunting Ground will likely face some very harsh scrutiny.
Making American history accessible to a wider audience -- in film, it's been tried with varying degrees of success in everything from Lewis Milestone's 1930 World War I drama "All Quiet on the Western Front" to Quentin Tarantino's reimagining...Show More Summary
The Reading Public Museum opened their new exhibition, Backstage Pass: Baron Wolman and the Early Years of Rolling Stone, allowing visitors to explore how photographers and editors of Rolling Stone guided the creation of the ?rock star? persona, from concert, to cover, to icon. Show More Summary
A bunch of indie-psych bands got together to pay tribute to one of rock's longest-running bands for Stoned - A Psych Tribute To The Rolling Stones, which came out this week via Cleopatra Records (order yours). The comp features...
Rolling Stone's Matt Taibbi has been carrying on a correspondence with Denis Martinez, an inmate at Sing Sing prison in New York, who gives a fascinating view on how prisoners react to current events. And for the past few weeks, Martinez has been puzzled by how they've reacted to the terrorist attacks in France.
The debacle over the Rolling Stone story about sexual assault at UVA has been really chewed over by people who are interested in pushing the idea that women routinely make up false accusations about rape to hurt and punish men. Nevermind that most of the stories told in that piece are solid enough...
Mike Tyson says he was inspired to sing by one of the most hated dictators of all time... Benito Mussolini. Tyson was talking to Rolling Stone about his vocal cameo on the upcoming Madonna song "Iconic" when he said he drew inspiration from…
Paul Heyman is one of WWE’s most polarizing figures, and is — by far — the most talented performer on the microphone today. Heyman recently sat down for an interview with Rolling Stone to discuss his on-screen client and real-life best...Show More Summary
In the latest edition of Rolling Stone, Bryant Gumbel expressed some very strong opinions on myriad topics in the world of sports. One of the stories he produced last season, regarding the Eat What You Kill movement, aired in October, 2014. It was an unusual story for Gumbel as he’s not an avid gun enthusiast. Gumbel admitted, “Obviously, [...]
Former Rolling Stone Managing Editor Robert Love interviewed Bob Dylan for AARP (where Love now serves as Editor In Chief) about Dylan’s forthcoming record, Shadows In The Night. It’s Dylan’s first interview in three years. This doesn’t really seem like such a big deal, but as Love points out, “For a man who has lived [...]
My wife, Disgusted in Euclid, saw a post on Facebook about Bob Dylan’s assertion in Rolling Stone that billionaires create jobs, not the government. “The government’s not going to create jobs,” Dylan said. ”It doesn’t have to. People have to create jobs, and these big billionaires are the ones who can do it.” Compounding his [...]
Bryant Gumbel, host of HBO’s “Real Sports,” slammed the National Rifle Association, calling the organization a “curse upon the American landscape” and adding, “I think they’re pigs” in an interview with Rolling Stone. Gumbel’s comments were in response to a recent segment on the “Eat What You Kill” movement and he noted that that story […]
Back in July, we reported that Blur/Gorillaz guy Damon Albarn was writing “a mainstream musical for families.” That was all we knew at the time, but now Rolling Stone is reporting that the musical will be “a reinterpretation” of Alice In Wonderland. Show More Summary
The National Rifle Association is at the top of Real Sports host Bryant Gumbel’s gripes, he unabashedly told Rolling Stone Magazine.