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19 items by Michael Goldberg

  • Pearl Jam Define Their Moment in San Francisco

    Pearl Jam Define Their Moment in San Francisco | ARTICLE

    Pearl Jam San Francisco Warfield Theater Oct. 28, 1993 There was nothing pedestrian about the first show of the Pearl Jam...

    December 9, 1993 12:00 PM ET
  • Hendrix Tribute Album: An All-Star Experience

    Hendrix Tribute Album: An All-Star Experience | ARTICLE

    Eric Clapton, Slash, Jeff Beck, Spin Doctors and members of Pearl Jam are some of the artists contributing to a Jimi...

    November 11, 1993 12:00 PM ET
  • Pearl Jam, Nirvana, Chili Peppers Top Year in Rock Sales

    Pearl Jam, Nirvana, Chili Peppers Top Year in Rock Sales | ARTICLE

    Among rock & roll's hottest record sellers in 1992 were Pearl Jam's Ten (3.6 million), Nirvana's Nevermind (2.8 million) and the

    February 18, 1993 12:00 PM ET
  • Lollapalooza Hits the Road Again with Chili Peppers, Pearl Jam

    Lollapalooza Hits the Road Again with Chili Peppers, Pearl Jam | ARTICLE

    Given the success of last year's Lollapalooza traveling rock festival – which played to nearly a half-million alternative-rock fans in North America and was...

    April 30, 1992 12:00 PM ET
  • Bruce Springsteen: A Double Dose of Good News

    Bruce Springsteen: A Double Dose of Good News | ARTICLE

    Four and a half years after releasing his last album, 1987's Tunnel of Love, Bruce Springsteen is returning to action with not...

    March 5, 1992 5:50 PM ET
  • Rich Stones Want To Roll On

    Rich Stones Want To Roll On | ARTICLE

    With the Rolling Stones' North American Steel Wheels tour grossing an unprecedented $140 million, the group is now hoping to play Japan...

    January 11, 1990 1:10 PM ET
  • 'Steel Wheels' Spawns New Deals

    'Steel Wheels' Spawns New Deals | ARTICLE

    On what is far and away the biggest-grossing four-month rock tour in history – expected to rake in an estimated $130 million – the

    October 19, 1989 3:15 PM ET
  • The Who by Number$

    The Who by Number$ | ARTICLE

    The whole nub of coming back to America and touring was that America was gonna insist on sending me home very, very rich,"

    August 24, 1989 12:00 PM ET
  • Stones Tour: Money Talks

    Stones Tour: Money Talks | ARTICLE

    The Rolling Stones' fall tour of North America has slipped through the fingers of superpromoter Bill Graham. Instead, the self-styled World's Greatest Rock...

    May 4, 1989 2:35 PM ET
  • Bootleg Bob: New Dylan Boxed Set Creates a Stir

    Bootleg Bob: New Dylan Boxed Set Creates a Stir | ARTICLE

    Following the success of Biograph, an illegal boxed set of Bob Dylan recordings has begun to turn up in record stores around the...

    April 10, 1986 2:40 PM ET
  • Stevie Wonder: The Timeless World of Wonder

    Stevie Wonder: The Timeless World of Wonder | ARTICLE

    Below is an excerpt of an article that originally appeared in RS471 from April 10,1986. This issue and the rest of the Rolling Stone archives are available via Rolling Stone Plus, Rolling Stone's premium subscription plan....

    April 10, 1986 12:00 AM ET
  • Jagger Song Prompts Lawsuit

    Jagger Song Prompts Lawsuit | ARTICLE

    The authorship of Mick Jagger's hit "Just Another Night" has been called into question by Jamaican singer-songwriter Patrick E. Glanville, who claims in a copyright-infringement suit against Jagger, CBS Inc., Columbia Pictures Industries and several other...

    February 27, 1986 12:00 PM ET
  • Back on the Road: Tom Petty Teams Up with New Pal Bob Dylan

    Back on the Road: Tom Petty Teams Up with New Pal Bob Dylan | ARTICLE

    The phone call came from Bob Dylan. Would Tom Petty and the Heartbreakers be willing to back him for a five-week tour...

    January 16, 1986 1:50 PM ET
  • Live Aid 1985: The Day the World Rocked

    Live Aid 1985: The Day the World Rocked | ARTICLE

    It was superstar heaven. Keith Richards was laughing and talking with Jimmy Page. A bodyguard handed Bob Dylan a beer. Across...

    August 15, 1985 9:45 PM ET
  • Black Flag, Hüsker Dü and the Replacements Lead Punk's New Wave

    Black Flag, Hüsker Dü and the Replacements Lead Punk's New Wave | ARTICLE

    We are in a warehouse turned punk-rock dance hall in the shadowy industrial section of Las Vegas, Nevada, across the highway from the gaudy,...

    July 18, 1985 10:20 AM ET
  • Willie and the Poor Boys: Honeydrippers Redux

    Willie and the Poor Boys: Honeydrippers Redux | ARTICLE

    The scenario has a familiar ring to it. Some English rock stars – including a former member of Led Zeppelin – assemble in...

    July 4, 1985 12:00 PM ET
  • Lindsey Buckingham, Lonely Guy

    Lindsey Buckingham, Lonely Guy | ARTICLE

    Lindsey Buckingham wants a girlfriend. The handsome, intelligent and reclusive musical mastermind behind Fleetwood Mac is living by himself these days. A solitary...

    October 25, 1984 3:15 PM ET
  • Rick James: Sex, Street Smarts And Success

    Rick James: Sex, Street Smarts And Success | ARTICLE

    SAUSALITO, CA — Rick James Lies sleeping on the plush burgundy velvet seat in the back of the long black limousine. It has been forty-eight hours since he last slept. Nonstop work on his new album, Thrown' Down,...

    June 24, 1982 10:30 AM ET
  • Devo: Sixties Idealists or Nazis and Clowns?

    Devo: Sixties Idealists or Nazis and Clowns? | ARTICLE

    Someone wanted to know where your home is," the waitress said to Mark Mothersbaugh. "I don't have a home," Mothersbaugh replied softly, peering at the...

    December 10, 1981 12:00 AM ET
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