At seventy-two, the Playboy's playboy's got Viagra in his veins, twins in his bed and a new will to get up, put on his bathrobe and go to work
On trial and under attack, the 'Hustler' publisher is taking on his most ambitious project yet: making porn stars of the GOP
Opening their world tour in Hawaii, Pearl Jam set aside the issues and rock
What do you do when you're one of hip-hop's most creative producers?
Their new concept album quickly went platinum, their stage show puts the glitz back into rock & roll, and their front man is deadly serious about his freaky...
With her fourth album, 'To Bring You My Love,' it is clear that at 26 years of age, Polly Jean Harvey is well on her way to creating an enduring musical...
Soul Asylum's Dave Pirner burns the midnight oil, defending his band, music and his punk credibility
The songwriter goes electric, again
Guitarist Curt Kirkwood on Nirvana, songwriting and horses
The DJ, devout Christian, and vegetarian is disappointed in today's rave scene
Grunge icons will perform for the first time since filing complaint against Ticketmaster
The band is waging an anti-trust war against the ticketing giant
In this investigative report, Rolling Stone traces Cobain's final days – from his nearly fatal drug overdose in Rome to the discovery of his body one month...
The four-hour syndicated broadcast started with a live Atlanta concert and ended with a DJ set by Eddie Vedder himself
The show may put the Who singer in the red, but he's just "in it for the fun"
Squeeze-boxed: the four-disc set, 'Thirty Years of Maximum R&B,' drops May 20
This year, organizers are taking last year's criticism to heart
'The Bodyguard,' 'Ten,' and more make it a banner year in sales