The punk-rock trio on entering middle age, crafting the perfect set list and the rigors of life on a tour bus
Taylor Swift, Amy Winehouse, Elvis Presley and Frank Sinatra all appear in musician's lengthy Q&A posted on own website
The former Fleet Foxes drummer on his new LP 'Pure Comedy,' "pearl-clutching brownshirt liberals" and why he takes acid most every day
In video for 1991's "You Could Be Mine," The T-800 targets Guns N' Roses for termination
Duo were first act to take the stage at 1995 Concert For The Rock and Roll Hall of Fame at Cleveland's Municipal Stadium
They appeared together on 'The Mike Douglas Show'
Drummer/songwriter on the weirdness of Jane's Addiction, the genius of Jeff Buckley and more
Iggy Pop sings Joy Division, Patti Smith covers Dylan, and Laurie Anderson honors Lou Reed
Urkel mania swept the nation in 1991, creating surreal TV moments such as this
The Manson and Hearst sagas captivated the nation. We talked with the original reporters to find out how Rolling Stone got the inside story on each
Deanna Adler gets candid in excerpt from new book 'Sweet Child of Mine: How I Lost My Son to Guns N' Roses'
The singer on listening to her heart, turning 70 and why music comes before friendship
Skip Marley, co-star of Katy Perry's hit single "Chained to the Rhythm," on the blessing of his family name, spreading "message of love"
U2 kept fiddling with their ninth LP long after it hit shelves in early 1997, so here's a new take from live recordings, remixes and re-recordings
Twin sons of 1950s teen idol Ricky Nelson had a brief moment on top in 1990, right before grunge swept them away