EXCLUSIVE: In what will be his first collaboration at New Line in a very long time, Michael De Luca is at the center of a deal for Dukes Of Oxy, an article in the April 23 issue of Rolling Stone, about a pair of teen high school wrestlers from Florida who built a multi-million dollar business smuggling OxyContin and other painkillers. Show More Summary
Randy Houser blasts through an action-packed adventure in his brand new single "We Went," the first taste of his upcoming fourth studio album. Rolling Stone Country is exclusively premiering the track today. The follow up to last year's Top 5 hit "Like a Cowboy" — literally and in spirit — "We Went"...
This past weekend, Coachella's country cousin the Stagecoach Music Festival set up its massive stages at the Empire Polo Club in Indio, California, for three days of country and Americana music. Against a desert landscape, with mountains rising in the distance, nightly headliners Tim McGraw, Miranda Lambert and Blake Shelton...
Photo by Greg Harris D'Angelo and his band the Vanguard have announced a summer tour in support of Black Messiah, as Rolling Stone points out. It launches in June, and extends into August. Check out the U.S. dates here, and the international dates here. Show More Summary
The Rolling Stones are world famous for their way with women. Although many of their girlfriends were only involved with the band for a short time, below is a list of 12 beautiful women who had a huge influence on the Stones' music, inspiring or co-writing tracks. 1. Show More Summary
It’s official: the next Call of Duty is out on November 6. Watch the debut trailer—set to the dulcet sounds of The Rolling Stones—above. Read more...
Los Angeles based band, Motley Crue, was asked about the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame by Rolling Stone Magazine, and their comments of course is news to us. After all, that is what we do here at Notinhalloffame.com! Below are some of the comments from the band regarding the Rock Hall: From Guitarist, Mick Mars: “Honestly, I don't think it'll happen. Show More Summary
And there's Chuck Leavell on the keyboard at the pre #WHCD "correspondents jam" pic.twitter.com/qEocjQEqAv — Emily Heil (@emilyaheil) April 25, 2015 To call the dance floor at the Fairmont hotel on Friday night an “only in Washington” kind of scene would make Washington seem weirder than it really is. The guy playing guitar onstage has a […]
NO, THEY FOUND IT EXHILIRATING: No one at Rolling Stone apparently found it curious that Erdely stumbled upon festering rape scandals at the 3 institutions that comprise the trifecta of left-wing hate objects—organized religion, the US military, and that bastion of male privilege, fraternities.
Last night the Mike Tyson Lip Sync Battle vs. Terry Crews aired on Spike, and it was every bit as ridiculous as we thought it would be. In round one, Tyson performed the Rolling Stones’ “Satisfaction” in a fantastic polyester getup, while Crews absolutely killed Run DMC’s “Sucker MCs.” Then, in round two, Tyson threw […]
Back in 2009, the Black Keys' Dan Auerbach released a solo album called Keep It Hid. Now, he's announced the formation of a new solo project called the Arcs, who will release an album through Warner Bros., as Rolling Stone reports. First,...Show More Summary
Author Joshua Ferris is writing a series of articles at Popular Mechanics about learning to fly. Rolling Stone interviewed Jim James about the new My Morning Jacket album The Waterfall. This Podcast Will Change Your Life interviewed author Jim Ruland....
“Of the 1,000 richest people in the UK and the 250 wealthiest in Ireland, the list puts Irish band U2 at third place with £431m. Pop veteran Sir Elton John and Rolling Stones’ frontman Sir Mick Jagger follow with their fortunes, thought to be worth £270m and £225m respectively.”
Love Alison Krauss and the Dixie Chicks? Then you need to check out the folksy five-women band Della Mae. Recently named one of Rolling Stone's new artists you need to know, the band is made up of Celia Woodsmith on vocals and guitar,...Show More Summary
Cave In/Converge spinoff Mutoid Man have detailed their upcoming album on Sargent House. It's called Bleeder, will be out on June 30, and lead single "Sweet Ivy" just premiered over at Rolling Stone. Check it out, with the LP...
Rolling Stone has absolutely no journalist ethics whatsoever. The bogus rape article horribly maligned a fraternity, the Associate Dean of Students and the University of Virginia in general. Let the
Good morning. Here are 10 media stories. ‘The Rolling Stone article attacked my life’s work’ Nicole Eramo, an associate dean of students at the University of Virginia, put Rolling Stone publisher Jann Wenner on blast for the magazine's...Show More Summary
I DON’T KNOW WHO ROLLING STONE’S LIBEL INSURANCE CARRIER IS, BUT I HOPE THEY HAVE DEEP POCKETS: UVA Dean Maligned by Rolling Stone Received Death and Rape Threats, Hires Lawyer Nicole Eramo, the UVA dean of students portrayed as the face of administrative neglect of rape victims in Rolling Stone’s now-discredited story, revealed in a […]
Rolling Stone has retracted its November 2014 article about an alleged gang rape at a University of Virginia fraternity house. Now that fraternity says it is...
In times of crisis, countless University of Virginia students have turned to Associate Dean Nicole Eramo.From her campus office in Peabody Hall, Eramo counsels young adults — mostly women — through what is in most cases the darkest moment of their lives: Deciding what to do after they have been sexually assaulted.Read full article >>