Perhaps it's time we reach consensus that "parent-first" stories are fundamentally the wrong approach.
You know the grind doesn’t stop for Spitta. Today he’s “Rolling Stoned” over a production by Edan and iD Labs. Check it out below. Previously: Curren$y – Weed & Instrumentals 2 (Mixtape)
If the stories of Jared Leto sending his “Suicide Squad” cast members bullets, used condoms, a live rat and dead hog haven’t convinced you that Jordan Catalano is all grown up and a bit off-kilter, then welcome to his Rolling Stone interview. The Oscar winner/rock god/former teen heartthrob covers the August issue of the magazine. Show More Summary
Jared Leto appears shirtless on the cover of "Rolling Stone."
With Suicide Squad about to hit theaters, it's no wonder Rolling Stone would want Jared Leto on their cover! And while he easily could have taken the August issue as The Joker, the actor is quite simply him… well, in all his shirtless glory! Related: Jared Goes Rock Climbing In Yosemite National Park The 44-year-old has his INSANE [...]
Jared Leto goes shirtless, rocking a pair of light wash denim jeans for the latest cover of Rolling Stone. Promoting Suicide Squad, Leto talks about stepping into the role of The Joker, following Heath Ledger’s praised performance. The...Show More Summary
Jared Leto shows off his ripped shirtless body on the cover of Rolling Stone. Here’s what the 44-year-old Suicide Squad star had to share with the mag: On pursuing music as an actor: “There were so many people that didn’t understand. There were people in this town who thought it was insane. There were films [...]
It would seem that politicians this election season have two choices: Incur the wrath of aging legends like Rolling Stones and Queen for blasting their music without permission, or take a Pokémon "gotta catch 'em all" approach and use as many celebrities possible in a peppy a capella rendition of ... More »
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Befitting his being an obnoxious YouTube mash-up of a person, Donald Trump has spent his campaign collecting takedown notices from artists whose songs he’s appropriated, to often-ironic effect. The Rolling Stones, Queen, the estatesShow More Summary
So for years and years and years, every time a musician or a group whined about politicians using their music at an event, we'd point out that they have no legal basis to complain. Assuming either the venue or the campaign (or both) had the proper blanket licenses from ASCAP/BMI/SESAC no other permission was needed. Show More Summary
Provocateur, tastemaker and, for those who take such things seriously, the #34th greatest guitar player in the world according to Rolling Stone magazine in 2004. Sonic Youth's Thurston Moore turns 58 years old today. Here's one of the best last songs of the 80's. One of the best lead off tracks from a double album ever too. What are you listening to tonight?
Donald Trump can’t always get what he wants. After both Queen and The Rolling Stones spoke out last week against the Republican presidential nominee for using their songs without permission, now a producer from Air Force One is asking Trump to quite playing the 1997 film’s score on the campaign ... More »
SAN DIEGO — The Pokémon Go phenomenon just screams for a South Park treatment, but here's the problem: By the time new episodes roll around in September, it'll feel a little stale. But what if Trey Parker and Matt Stone — who start writing...Show More Summary
For the second time in three months, The Rolling Stones have taken to Twitter to tell the world that they do not endorse Donald Trump, and that the Republican presidential nominee has once again used one of their songs without their consent. Show More Summary
The heavily-anticipated first Wonder Woman trailer has arrived, sending shockwaves through the San Diego Comic-Con crowd and beyond as the blockbuster sneak peak was unveiled at the event this weekend, reported Rolling Stone. The standalone...Show More Summary
My children have been introduced to The Rolling Stones at an early age. Not because of my love of classic rock. I'm more of a country and coffee house music type of girl. Rather for their great contribution to life lessons. Scratching your head trying to figure out what I mean. Show More Summary
The Beatles and The Rolling Stones, are arguably the two most profound British Rock & Roll bands to come to the U.S. as part of the 1960s British Invasion. John Lennon was arguably the leader of the Beatles as was Mick Jagger with The Rolling Stones. Show More Summary
Republican presidental nominee Donald Trump has been making musicians mad for the last year by his using their songs without their permission, including but not limited to Aerosmith, Adele, R.E.M... Continue reading…
When noted orangémon Donald Trump finished up his speech last night at the RNC, he rather cryptically walked out to the Rolling Stones’s “You Can’t Always Get What You Want,” one of the least likely campaign songs in memory. Read more...