The Rolling Stone Interview: Bruce Springsteen on 'Born in the U.S.A.'
"We wanted to play because we wanted to meet girls, make a ton of dough and change the world," says Springsteen
Too Tough To Die
Iggy Pop: Bowie's Main Man
The singer returns to form, with some help from a famous friend
Review: U2's 'The Unforgettable Fire'
The band tones down its guitar attack and teams with Brian Eno for a flawed new album
Tina Turner: Sole Survivor
For almost two decades, the singer was battered and brutalized in one of the most famous marriages in R&B history. But she's put those years behind her. Now she's the hottest female act on three continents.
The Unforgettable Fire
Satyr or shy boy? Shaman or skilled manipulator? The contradictions within rock's most controversial superstar dominate his dazzling new movie — and, it seems, the artist himself
Satyr or shy boy? Shaman or skilled manipulator? The contradiction's within rock's most controversial superstar dominate his dazzling new movie ? and, it seems, the artist himself
Bob Dylan, Recovering Christian
He was the voice of youth in the Sixties and the voice of aging youth in the Seventies. But what did he become in the Eighties?
The Rolling Stone Interview: Bob Dylan
The rock star who puts "poetry right in your fuckin' face" talks politics and finds his religion
Grace Under Pressure
Cyndi Lauper: Dream Girl
They all laughed when she said she'd be a star. But she knew what she wanted and she got it. Look who's laughing now