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TWO LETTERMANS IN ONE! David Letterman Scores Post-‘Late Show’ Gig on Climate Change Series. …

TWO LETTERMANS IN ONE! David Letterman Scores Post-‘Late Show’ Gig on Climate Change Series. — Rolling Stone, September 17, 2015. David Letterman shares Indy 500 stories from three stages of his life. — The Indianapolis Star, yesterday. If Letterman really believed in global warming, he’d be calling for the banning of the Indianapolis 500, rather […]

A pain-in-the-neck change from organizers of the 'Oldchella' concert

It's easy to snicker about the geriatric nature of a music festival featuring Paul McCartney, the Rolling Stones, Bob Dylan, the Who, Neil Young and Roger Waters. But the October summit of rock royalty in the Southern California desert is a serious business for concertgoers, who are paying big...

Rolling Stone publisher announces Glixel, a gaming-focused site

Gus Wenner's father created Rolling Stone in 1967. The magazine quickly became the periodical for devotees of rock-and-roll music. Now, Wenner hopes to mine another entertainment vein with Glixel, an upcoming website focused on video games and related content. New York Times broke the report, and carried news that Glixel will go live in October. Show More Summary

Trey Anastasio on New Phish LP, Whether He'll Play With the Dead Again

Trey Anastasio checks in with Rolling Stone as he's walking down New York's Amsterdam Avenue toward Avatar Studios, where he's deep into work on Phish's next album. It's been just two years since the band's prior full-length, Fuego, and the relatively brief interim reflects the healthy state of the band these days....

See Ruth B Explore the Strand, Talk Favorite Books

Ruth B's hit song "Lost Boy" – currently at Number 30 on the Billboard Hot 100 – draws inspiration from Peter Pan, so it's no surprise that the 20-year-old Vine star and singer-songwriter is a bookworm. She guided Rolling Stone around New York City's Strand Bookstore and gave some insight...

Hear the Claypool Lennon Delirium's Outlandish Debut

"A musical interaction or jam is a conversation, and the best conversations are the ones that flow freely," Les Claypool told Rolling Stone via Skype recently, sitting next to current collaborator Sean Lennon. "When Sean and I started playing, there was a good volley of ideas." It's not hard to see why...

Never mind the bollocks, it's Sex Pistol Steve Jones' memoir

Steve Jones, the guitarist for legendary punk band the Sex Pistols and longtime Los Angeles radio DJ, will be telling his life story in a memoir coming out next year, Rolling Stone reports. Jones is collaborating with music journalist Ben Thompson on the autobiography, titled "Lonely Boy" after...

Dylan Fest: Rolling Stone Country's Best Backstage Photos

In honor of his 75th birthday on May 24th, the music of Bob Dylan was celebrated over two nights this week in Nashville on the hallowed stage of the Ryman Auditorium. Artists from all genres — from Kesha and Kacey Musgraves to Ann Wilson and Jason Isbell — performed some of...

Richie Sambora and Orianthi Flirt With Country on New Album

When Richie Sambora and Orianthi release their album of vocal and guitar-driven duets later this year, a handful of country songs will dot the track list. Orianthi broke the news to Rolling Stone Country Tuesday evening, an hour or so before trading solos with Billy Gibbons during a Skyville Live...

David Crosby Sings Praises of Bob Dylan in New Animated Video

In a 2013 interview with Rolling Stone, David Crosby spoke to us about just how unique Bob Dylan was when he sprung onto the folk-music scene and why the "Blowin' in the Wind" singer became the voice of a generation. In honor of Dylan's 75th birthday, we've turned Crosby's comments into...

Hear a Playlist of 75 Bob Dylan Covers for His 75th Birthday

Since Bob Dylan's 1962 debut, his music has transcended genre and generations. The list of musicians who have covered his music reads like a history of rock music itself: Elvis Presley, Johnny Cash, the Rolling Stones, Neil Young, Stevie Wonder, Lou Reed, Pearl Jam and more. Jimi Hendrix and Joan...

Listen to 'Rolling Stone Music Now' Podcast: Paul Simon on New Album

The latest episode of Rolling Stone Music Now, our first-ever podcast, is now available. Listen and subscribe to the podcast on iTunes, Spotify or check it out below. Paul Simon is still restless after all these years, as he proves on his excellent new album, Stranger to Stranger. He recently spoke to...

Uncharted 4 had a slightly different ending

Major spoilers for Uncharted 4: A Thief's End. Duh. We're talking about the ending. It's in the headline. Speaking to Rolling Stone's new games-focused site Glixel, Naughty Dog's Neil Druckmann explained how the studio didn't want to...Show More Summary

Watch Against the Current Romp in a Bounce House

Pop-rock trio Against the Current released their debut LP In Our Bones, on Friday. "Now we've got our feet on the ground. Now let's start," singer Chrissy Costanza told Rolling Stone about the new record. The interview with the pop-rock band fittingly took place at a New York City bounce house, which was more...

Under Assistant East Coast Vinyl Man

Andrew Loog Oldham (in shades) with the group he "uncovered" -- then managed & produced 1963-1967 [© Bob Bonis Collection] Rich Cohen's much publicized biography The Sun & the Moon & the Rolling Stones arrived the other day after the author wrote offering to send it to me. Show More Summary

Ricky Gervais is torn about the idea of a Trump Presidency

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Ricky Gervais is torn about a Trump Presidency. In an interview with Rolling Stone he sounded ambivalent about the idea of President Trump.

A rolling stone finds a permanent music venue in Bushwick

No matter how many condos pile up in New York, gritty, independent venues where young people can see music and art on the cheap seem to squeeze their way into the landscape. But they don't just grow... To view the full story, click the title link.

See A Thousand Horses' Greasy Acoustic Take on 'Southernality'

A Thousand Horses helped kick off Rolling Stone Country Sessions, powered by Ram, a new performance and interview series filmed on a bucolic patch of ground north of Nashville. In this extended cut from the series, the band plays its current single "Southernality," elevated by some greasy slide work from guitarist Bill...

CATHY YOUNG: UVA’s Jackie Made Up Her “Rapist.” Will Fauxminists ‘StandWithJackie’? In…

CATHY YOUNG: UVA’s Jackie Made Up Her “Rapist.” Will Fauxminists ‘StandWithJackie’? In the department of news that will surprise exactly no one, the latest reports from a University of Virginia dean’s lawsuit against Rolling Stone over its 2014 “Rape on Campus” article have revealed new evidence that the story’s main source, Jackie, fabricated not only […]

Hear Paul Simon's Howling Good 'The Werewolf'

Ahead of the June 3rd arrival of Paul Simon's upcoming LP Stranger to Stranger, the singer has shared a howling good album cut, "The Werewolf." As Simon recently told Rolling Stone, the track takes it name from when Simon and his band blended the sound of the Peruvian percussion instrument Cajón with hand claps...

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