Two Against Nature
In his first interview in six years, the singer talks about rebuilding Guns n' Roses for the new century
The Backstreet Boys: Winners Take All
1999 Rolling Stone Readers Poll Artists of the Year, Band of the Year, Album of the Year, Single of the Year, Best Video, Best Dressed, Best Fan Site, Best Tour and Biggest Hype. And now, a word with the victors
Run Devil Run
Carlos Santana on 'Supernatural,' meditation and why he compares himself to a great waiter
Bob Dylan and Paul Simon's Strange American Dream Team
The pair tag-teamed the Hollywood Bowl June 22
South Park Under Attack
Hollywood's foulmouthed animaniacs take on Will Smith, censorship and even themselves
The Love Decade
A working girl from the age of ten, Jennifer Love Hewitt looks at twenty.
Norm Macdonald: Mr. Wrong
He was demoted at 'Saturday Night Live,' and his first big movie bombed; can he turn wrong into right on his sitcom?
The Rolling Stones: The Arena in Oakland
A review of the Stones' arrival on their
The Year in Music 1998
Hip-hop triumphed, and teens ruled. While music split into millions of subgenres, record companies merged into giant corporations. Was it good for you??
'N Sync Steps Out
The boy band's Euro-Floridian beginnings are explored in their first Rolling Stone feature
'N Sync is the Sound of Young America
'N Sync, the sound of young america
Q&A: Ringo Starr
The former Beatles drummer talks about his new solo album 'Vertical Man'