In a new interview with Rolling Stone, Father John Misty discusses a wide variety of topics, including his new album Pure Comedy and his appreciation for LSD. He also reveals that he once turned down an audition for the massively popular Netflix series “Stranger Things,” as Stereogum points out. Show More Summary
Daniel Espinosa is getting back in business with his Life star Jake Gyllenhaal. Gyllenhall and Riva Marker’s Ninestories and Bold Films have optioned rights to Seth Harp's Rolling Stone article "The Anarchists Vs ISIS" to adapt into a movie. Show More Summary
According to multiple reports by the New York Post, Us Weekly staffers are “livid” and “appalled” over an email sent by boy king Gus Wenner, head of Wenner Media’s digital operations and son of Rolling Stone founder Jann Wenner, announcing that Us had been sold to American Media. Jezebel has obtained that email. Read more...
Father John Misty showed up to a recent Rolling Stone interview tripping on acid (of course) and chatted with the interviewer about a lot of things, including his recent SNL performance (he was on acid during that too) and Donald Trump. The most interesting factoid from this particular interview appears when FJM offhandedly says he…
Shortly after Makonnen came out as gay on Twitter, his old collaborators and fellow Atlanta brethren Migos reacted to the news in Rolling Stone in a way that was perceived as homophobic. “They supported him [coming out]?” Quavo said. “That’s because the world is fucked up,” Offset added. “This world ... More »
Bob Dylan is notoriously wary of journalists, so it’s always big news when a new Dylan interview does the rounds — and yesterday, a new Dylan interview was published! It’s not, however, in the New York Times, or Rolling Stone, or whatever else. No, Dylan seems to have hit upon a plan for avoiding journalists; […]
Rolling Stone magazine has found something even cooler than the latest indie rock band: freedom from debt. After selling celebrity-focused Us Weekly magazine last week for $100 million, Rolling... To view the full story, click the title link.
He directly influenced the early music of The Beatles, The Rolling Stones, The Beach Boys and The Kinks.
Rock N Roll legend Chuck Berry passed away this weekend at the age of 90. Widely considered by many to be one of the most influential performers of all time, his songs were covered by The Beatles, The Rolling Stones, The Beach Boys and even Elvis. Show More Summary
Despite a federal jury unanimously finding Led Zeppelin in the clear for their “Stairway to Heaven” copyright infringement trial last year, it looks like the case will Ramble On for a little bit longer. Per Rolling Stone, a 90-page brief has been filed by Francis Malofiy — the attorney who ... More »
Following news of Chuck Berry’s death on Saturday, plenty of fellow musicians shared touching tributes to the rock ‘n’ roll legend on social media. Among them being The Rolling Stones, who considered Berry a huge influence on their own...Show More Summary
Musicians, celebrities, and even a former president have paid their respects to the rock 'n' roll pioneer.
Hollywood is mourning the loss of Chuck Berry today. The 90-year-old music legend passed away on Saturday (March 18) at his home in St. Charles. CHECK OUT: Chuck Berry Dies at 90 Years Old Tons of stars – from The Rolling Stones to Alyssa Milano and Bruce Springsteen took to Twitter to share their condolences. [...]
His songs and the boisterous performance standards he set directly influenced the Beatles and the Rolling Stones.
The early rock-and-roll star and his 1956 hit were a vital influence on the Beatles and the Rolling Stones.
Chuck Berry has died, ABC News reports. He was 90. The legendary rock'n'roll innovator influenced the Beatles, Elvis Presley, the Rolling Stones, and countless other musicians of every generation that followed him. Charles Edward Anderson Berry was born in St. Show More Summary
Brand: Levi’s Season: SS17 Key Pieces: Trucker jacket with patches on the back and white vintage-inspired logo T-shirt. Editor’s Notes: Sharing roots strongly planted in youth subcultures and a foundation that traces back to San Francisco,...Show More Summary
Rolling Stone's Mac McClelland tells the story of the physicians bravely breaking the law by treating patients with MDMA, ayahuasca, DMT, LSD, and other hallucinogens. From RS: As an internal-medicine specialist, Dr. X doesn't have any patients who come to him seeking psychotherapy. Show More Summary
American Media Inc. agreed to buy Us Weekly from Wenner Media LLC, adding to a stable of tabloids and celebrity gossip magazines that includes National Enquirer and Star. The deal is valued at $100... To view the full story, click the title link.
It has been announced that the publisher of Rolling Stone magazine is selling celebrity magazine Us Weekly to the owner of the National Enquirer tabloid.