It’s been a busy two months for Paris Jackson. She was Rolling Stone’s February 2017 cover star, she hit a style home run at the Grammys, and now she’s one of CR Fashion Book’s latest cover stars. Rocking a blue Gucci gown, a totally...Show More Summary
Adele, Pearl Jam, My Morning Jacket’s Jim James, Kris Kristofferson, Torres, and more contribute to Cover Stories, a new tribute album to singer-songwriter Brandi Carlile, Rolling Stone reports. Barack Obama wrote the LP’s foreword—read a statement from him below. Show More Summary
Bono had an impromptu meeting with Mike Pence on Saturday, as Rolling Stone points out. The U2 frontman and the vice president were both in Germany for the Munich Security Conference, where they were scheduled to speak individually.Show More Summary
Clyde Stubblefield, the drummer whose work in a 1970 session with James Brown provided the backbeat for an astonishing number of iconic hip-hop songs, died Saturday at the age of 73, Rolling Stone reports. Stubblefield, who also toured...Show More Summary
Lena Dunham continues to be a target for conservatives and Donald Trump supporters. The anti-Dunham brigade got a boost after her latest interview with Rolling Stone. In the interview, Dunham talks about the final season of Girls. “We always wanted to go out while people were still engaged in the show, still talking about it. Show More Summary
Rolling Stone reports that Clyde Stubblefield, a professional session drummer who produced one of the most sampled clips in the history of music, has died. Born in Tennessee, Stubblefield was entirely self-taught, touring with Eddie Kirkland and Otis Redding before eventually hooking up with James Brown in 1965. Show More Summary
Clyde Stubblefield, the iconic drummer for James Brown whose playing became a staple in hip-hop sampling, has died of kidney failure, Rolling Stone reports. He was 73. Stubblefield played on many of Brown’s classic songs, including “Get...Show More Summary
Mick Jagger has book publishers under his thumb. The legendary Rolling Stones frontman has reportedly written a memoir about his heyday in the famous rock band, but the Stones’ management team says a manuscript by Sir Mick won’t be published...Show More Summary
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The pop musicians sang "Gimme Shelter" to raise money for refugees.
This week: Michael Flynn resigns as national security adviser after his intercepted conversations with the Russian ambassador contradicted what he told the FBI in an interview, U.S. officials said.
Fans of the Rolling Stones may have read Keith Richards’ memoir Life, and how it detailed the ups and downs of his relationship with Mick Jagger and his family, and even how he snorted his father’s ashes, an act that truly piqued myShow More Summary
As anyone who watched Gaga’s Super Bowl or Katy Perry’s Grammys performances know, setting out to get political at a live music show is a teensy bit risky. That’s especially true now, when protest is on everyone’s mind and anything seemingly facile or flaccid in this department chances adding to ... More »
At the NME Awards last night, Charli XCX led a one-off supergroup including Pixie Geldof, Years & Years' Olly Alexander, Circa Wave's Joe Falconer, Peace's Harry Koisser, Slaves' Isaac Holman, Black Honey's Izzy Baxter, Austin Williams, and Swim Deep's Cavan McCarthy on a cover of the Rolling Stones' Gimme Shelter. As The Guardian reports, the…
During the NME Awards, Charli XCX joined a supergroup to cover the Rolling Stones’ “Gimme Shelter.” The band featured Pixie Geldof, Olly Alexander (Years & Years), Joe Falconer (Circa Waves), Harry Koisser (Peace), Isaac Holman (Slaves), Izzy Baxter (Black Honey), Austin Williams and Cavan McCarthy (Swim Deep). Show More Summary
Sundance Selects has acquired North American rights to The Quiet One, a documentary about Rolling Stones bassist Bill Wyman that is being directed by Oliver Murray. The still-in-production film, made in collaboration with the Stones’...Show More Summary
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The work was written decades ago by the Rolling Stones frontman, John Blake said, but the band’s management team would not let him publish it.
“…you’re also not Superman, you’re a comedian. You want to do mankind a service? Tell funnier jokes.” Inspired by a Rolling Stone article, The Solomon Society pays tribute to the illustrious career of Woody Allen, as told through lines from some of his most memorable movies.
What if there were no Beatles, Eric Clapton or Rolling Stones? The new documentary film, Sidemen - Long Road to Glory successful answers that they may not have existed in their remembered incarnation if it weren’t for the influence of...Show More Summary