Frank Sinatra sang songs about love and longing, about hope and despair, and he communicated the truths of his songs to a mass of strangers as if they were a handful of understanding intimates
The Nine Inch Nails auteur makes a case for danger
Five years after leaving "Twin Peaks," David Lynch has moved to an even darker place with his new movie, 'Lost Highway.' And he's taken Trent Reznor with him
On Aug. 9, 1995, Jerry Garcia died in his sleep. He leaves behind a legacy of wondrous creations.
In the Clash of the Titans Tour, Slayer, Megadeth and Anthrax storm across the nation
'Happiness is not on my list of priorities. Anybody can be happy.'
Looking back at the groundbreaking singer and band 25 years later
What does it mean, Springsteen asked, to be an American?
For a long and unforgettable season, rock & roll was a voice of unity and liberty
After weathering some hard and haunting losses, the young woman with the supernatural voice is flat-out great
He was a serial killer with a razor-sharp wit and razor-tipped gloves — now Freddy Krueger is the most famous scarred face in horror-movie history
To celebrate our twentieth anniversary, 'Rolling Stone' talked with some of the people who have helped to shape rock & roll, as well as American culture and politics, during the last two decades