Have you ever really sat down and thought through who rolled away the large stone sealing the tomb of Jesus? Christian apologist Lee Strobel, whose newly-revised New York Times bestseller The Case for Christ was released recently, walks readers through his investigation about this question.
An Australian friend of mine used to edit the Down Under edition of "Rolling Stone." I was surprised to hear she had quit such a seemingly glamorous job, but she said that, one day, she had been pitched something on some newly hot musical genre — punk or ska or something — and realized that she...
The ’60s are turning 50. Not the 1960s, but the era we call the ’60s, whose highest highs and lowest lows were nearly all in the second half of that decade and the first half of the one that followed: the founding of the Black Panthers...Show More Summary
Rolling Stone polled actors, critics, producers, and showrunners about their picks for the greatest shows ever to air on TV and aggregated the responses. Some random results: 94. Jeopardy 87. Doctor Who 73. Transparent 57. Fawlty Towers 43. Show More Summary
Desert Trip, the music festival affectionately known as Oldchella, is going down two weekends next month in Indio, CA, bringing classic rock deities the Rolling Stones, Bob Dylan, Paul McCartney, Neil Young, Roger Waters, and the Who to the same grounds where Coachella rages every April. The New York Times just published a feature about […]
Getting people to agree on the greatest TV show of all time is about as futile as trying to sway people to your side in a political argument on Facebook. Undaunted, Rolling Stone adds its thoughts to the mix with what it calls its "definitive ranking of the game-changing small-screen...
Desert Trip will feature the likes of Bob Dylan, the Rolling Stones and Neil Young, tickets top out at $1,600 and it may never be staged again.
Two Michigan doctors who tested the theory say the ups and downs can make the stones pass.
On March 25, The Rolling Stones topped off their Latin America tour with a stop in Havana. This was actually a major deal, and I’m kind of surprised that I didn’t mention it earlier. They played an open-air concert that had somewhere...Show More Summary
Rolling Stone asked me to contribute to their '100 Greatest TV Shows' list. Here's what I picked.
Watch An Exclusive Clip Of The Rolling Stones Playing 'It's Only Rock 'N' Roll' Live In Cuba
Back in March, The Rolling Stones became the first major international rock band to play in Cuba in decades, performing a free concert in the island nation on March 25. Fans interested in the history-making show—but who didn’t manage...Show More Summary
One Direction’s Harry Styles has been selected to play the role of Mick Jagger in the upcoming biopic Exile on Main Street: A Season in Hell with the Rolling Stones, according to Harper’s Bazaar. Styles, an accomplished actor, and musician, with some resemblance to Jagger, is perfect for the part. Show More Summary
Danny Brown’s highly anticipated new album, Atrocity Exhibit, his first album since 2013’s Old, has been released a few days early.The album features the invariably excellent singles “Really Doe”, “Pneumonia”, “Rolling Stone”, and “When It Rain”. High hopes for this one all around. Listen... Continue reading
Mick Jagger will be portrayed by Harry Styles, according to Harper’s Bazaar, in a biopic titled Exile on Main Street: A Season in Hell with the Rolling Stones. What can Styles fans and younger viewers expect from the film? Whether fans love Harry or Mick, One Direction and Stones enthusiasts are going to find the... Show More Summary
Earlier this year, the Rolling Stones made history when they performed in Cuba for the first time in their career, giving a free concert in the capital city of Havana. Now, if you weren't lucky to be one of the estimated 500,000 (!) people who attended the gig, you'll be ... More »
We just named Danny Brown’s new album Atrocity Exhibition our Album Of The Week, and now you can hear it in full. He’s already shared a bunch of singles from it — “When It Rain,” “Pneumonia,” “Rolling Stone,” “Really Doe” (with an all-star lineup that included Kendrick Lamar, Earl Sweatshirt, and Ab-Soul), and “Tell Me […]
Chronicling the band's first-ever performance in Havana, Cuba.
On November 11, 36 Bob Dylan concerts recorded throughout 1966 will be compiled in a massive, 36-disc set called The 1966 Live Recordings, Rolling Stone reports. To mark the announcement, Dylan has shared a version of “Tell Me, Momma” recorded at London’s Royal Albert Hall on May 26, 1966, which you can hear below. Show More Summary
Kate Maki - "September Sun". A song like a closing eye, a stone rolling downhill, like the vanishing sun in September. Time is of the essence, Kate Maki has none to waste - go go go, roll roll roll, quick...