Dylan breaks down his apocalyptic (and sometimes sweet) 35th studio LP
"I was treated as a novelty act at first. It's like Marilyn Monroe playing the part of the dumb blondie while depriving herself of something greater"
From Arkansas to Big Pink: The deep roots, hard times and quiet redemption of an American original
He made rock & roll safe for glitter gods and space oddities — but Bowie was really trying to hold on to his sanity
David Bowie made rock & roll safe for glitter gods and space oddities - but he was really trying to hold on to his sanity.
Read Rolling Stone's 1980 cover feature
Rolling Stone goes to London to hang out with Joe Strummer, Mick Jones and the rest of the band. This is what we learn
The inside story of the forces that tore apart the world's greatest band
Producers Carlton Cuse and Damon Lindelof reveal the show's biggest secret
The ugly truths and bitter rivalries behind rock's most visionary band
Savaged by critics, adored by fans, the biggest band of the Seventies took sex, drugs and rock & roll to epic heights before collapsing under the weight of its own heaviness
How he changed the world
An Oscar, a sixtieth birthday and the year's best album
With 'Love and Theft,' the influential artist moves surely into a new century