On Wednesday, February 10th, Rolling Stone and Harley-Davidson teamed up to throw an exclusive Fashion Week event to celebrate the motorcycle brand's Black Label Collection. The party went down at Harley-Davidson's New York City-Tribeca dealership, where celebrities, industry insiders and friends of Harley-Davidson and Rolling Stone enjoyed a set by DJ Cassidy...
Tom Hanks will host and Rolling Stones guitarist Keith Richards will be the musical guest for a primetime episode of Saturday Night Live on Saturday from 10-11 PM. NBC and SNL had previously announced they were doing such specials during...Show More Summary
Nile Rodgers, the Strokes' Albert Hammond Jr., author Fran Lebowitz and more reminisce about the style of the early Seventies in the second installment of 1973: Shaping the Culture, a new video series from Rolling Stone, presented by HBO's new show Vinyl. "What's great about '73 is that, everybody forgets this,...
The Rolling Stones have no time for Donald Trump. Trump included Stones songs like "You Can’t Always Get What You Want” and "Brown Sugar" on a self-curated playlist used at various campaign stops, the New Yorker reported. Apparently,...Show More Summary
Ellen DeGeneres is great at getting her guests to open up, particularly when she plays her famous game “Never Have I Ever” with them. Rolling Stone reports that the latest stars to play the game with Ellen were none other than Rihanna and George Clooney. Show More Summary
Ace Frehley is beginning the new year by looking back. The former Kiss guitarist's new LP, Origins Vol. 1 – due out April 15th – finds him covering songs by Jimi Hendrix, the Rolling Stones, Thin Lizzy and other artists that have inspired him over the years. His heavy-hitting take...
What's so good? Paul McCartney is no stranger to musical experimentation. Perusing Rolling Stone's list of McCartney's "weirdest" compositions reveals a treasure trove of endeavors that reach far beyond his beloved silly-love songs.Show More Summary
Nile Rodgers, rock journalist Legs McNeil and more recall the birth of punk and the gritty, gross glory of CBGB in the first installment of 1973: Shaping the Culture, a new video series from Rolling Stone, presented by HBO's new show Vinyl. Hilly Kristal opened CBGB & OMFUG — "Country, Bluegrass,...
The Rolling Stones are the latest pop performers to say that Donald Trump never asked for their permission to use their songs at campaign rallies.
If someone had asked me a couple of weeks ago what Rolling Stone Magazine and subscription cable network Showtime have in common, I don?t think I could have gotten much farther than guessing a rather large subscription base. Click To Continue Reading
Showtime is covering Rolling Stone. Actually, the premium cabler today confirmed that it has ordered a pilot based on articles from the venerable music and pop culture magazine. Showtime told Deadline’s sister publication WWD that it...Show More Summary
The cabler is in the early stages of developing the pop-culture focused project that's described as being "in the vein" of the magazine. read more
A movie project based on Stephen King’s The Dark Tower series of books has long been making the rounds in Hollywood, with endless rumors on casting. But author Stephen King confirmed to Rolling Stone today that there will almost certainly be a Dark Tower movie, with Idris Elba set for the lead as the iconic,... Show More Summary
Hating Coldplay — or at least being honest with them — is in vogue again. According to a soon to be published interview with Rolling Stone, the band's lead singer, Chris Martin, revealed that Beyonce once rejected a potential collaboration with the band because the song wasn't up to her standards....
It's a well-established fact that much of Johnny Depp's performance as Captain Jack Sparrow was influenced by Rolling Stone's guitarist Keith Richards. It turns out that's not the only place where Depp found inspiration for the character. Show More Summary
Belly, the dream-pop band that had a hit with 1993’s “Feed The Tree” and was a staple of mid-‘90s MTV, is reuniting after 20 years, according to Rolling Stone. The band broke up in 1996, a year after its second album, King, failed to match the success of its debut. Show More Summary
Fresh on the heels of the 2016 Super Bowl where Coldplay headlined the Halftime Show, Rolling Stone releases its most recent cover story with frontman Chris Martin. Posing in a wardrobe, which exhibits his current flair for colors, Martin is photographed by Peggy Sirota. Show More Summary
What's so good? Last year, Kendrick Lamar revealed in a Rolling Stone interview that he went to Minnesota with Prince during the recording of To Pimp A Butterfly, but what the two musicians spent time doing didn't end up on the album's final cut. Lamar said of the experience: "I didn't trip over getting a song done. Show More Summary
That time of year comes once again when the biggest names in music come together to produce a spectacular halftime show at the Super Bowl. From The Rolling Stones to Micheal Jackson and Stevie Wonder, there have been some A-list performers...Show More Summary
In honor of their big night, the band's frontman, Chris Martin, opened up to Rolling Stone about Beyonce, his ex-wife Gwyneth Paltrow and what keeps him inspired.