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  • T Bone Burnett Talks 'True Detective' Song

    T Bone Burnett Talks 'True Detective' Song | VIDEO

    HBO drama True Detective wrapped up its hugely acclaimed first season back in March with an episode titled "Form and Void." And part of what made the episode so special is the music – specifically the climactic "The Angry...

    June 5, 2014 9:15 AM ET
  • Ask a Boss: Rick Ross' Advice on Eating Hot Wings, Strippers and LARP

    Ask a Boss: Rick Ross' Advice on Eating Hot Wings, Strippers and LARP | ARTICLE

    For a limited time, Rick Ross is Rolling Stone's advice columnist! Here's his fourth batch of answers to our readers' burning questions: Hey, Rozay. When I order chicken wings with my buddies, I usually get the hottest possible spice...

    June 4, 2014 1:10 PM ET
  • Tongue-Tripped: The Best of Kiss

    Tongue-Tripped: The Best of Kiss | ARTICLE

    The blood-spitting, big-riffing monsters of rock combined comic-book looks and heavy-metal muscle to become one of the biggest live acts of all time. Be warned: Listening to all of these tracks at once might result in all-night rocking and/or...

    June 4, 2014 11:20 AM ET
  • Keyed Up: The Best of Eighties Synth Pop

    Keyed Up: The Best of Eighties Synth Pop | ARTICLE

    With their smooth swaths of synths and digital-drum machines, these acts became dance-floor fixtures at downtown clubs and high-school gyms alike. Just remember to wear neon while listening.

    June 3, 2014 11:00 AM ET
  • Eric Church and Miranda Lambert: Inside Rolling Stone's Country Issue

    Eric Church and Miranda Lambert: Inside Rolling Stone's Country Issue | ARTICLE

    This week, Rolling Stone is proud to be celebrating the launch of RollingStoneCountry.com — a new website fully dedicated to the genre — with a special Country Issue (on stands Friday) featuring two of Nashville's most...

    June 3, 2014 8:35 AM ET
  • Win a Guitar Signed by All Four Members of Soundgarden

    Win a Guitar Signed by All Four Members of Soundgarden | ARTICLE

    Twenty years after the album debuted to rave reviews and heavy airplay, Soundgarden's Superunknown is receiving a massive reissue: On Record Store Day, a set of five ten-inches compiling the records' singles arrived; tomorrow you can...

    June 2, 2014 12:00 PM ET
  • For Your Love: The Best of the Sixties British Invasion

    For Your Love: The Best of the Sixties British Invasion | ARTICLE

    Nattily attired, neatly coiffed and equipped with enough hooks and harmonies to win over the world, these British bands would colonize the radio charts throughout the 1960s (and, in some cases, keep conquering audiences for decades to...

    June 2, 2014 11:00 AM ET
  • Charlie Rich Starts a Fire on CMAs Stage

    Charlie Rich Starts a Fire on CMAs Stage | VIDEO

    The above footage, taken from the closing minute of the 1975 CMA Awards, is remarkable even before defending Entertainer of the Year Charlie Rich takes the stage: Immediately, the camera fades in to co-host Glen Campbell standing...

    June 1, 2014 11:00 AM ET
  • Weekend Rock Question: What's the Greatest Duet of All Time?

    Weekend Rock Question: What's the Greatest Duet of All Time? | ARTICLE

    Bruce Springsteen stunned fans at Lisbon, Portugal's Rock In Riot festival yesterday when he joined the Rolling Stones for a duet on "Tumbling Dice." They played the same song in 2012 in Newark, New Jersey,...

    May 30, 2014 12:20 PM ET
  • Peter Travers on May's Scummiest Movies

    Peter Travers on May's Scummiest Movies | VIDEO

    With the month almost in the books, it's time for Rolling Stone movie critic Peter Travers to bring out his handy scum bucket, tossing in the "10 scummiest movies of the merry month of May." It's an especially gross...

    May 30, 2014 11:55 AM ET
  • No Compassion: CBGB in the Seventies

    No Compassion: CBGB in the Seventies | ARTICLE

    In the mid-Seventies, a tiny New York City club named CBGB — short for "country, bluegrass and blues" — became the epicenter of the country's punk and New Wave scene. Before the decade was out, countless musicians...

    May 30, 2014 11:00 AM ET
  • Music of My Heart: The Best Nineties Boy-Band Jams

    Music of My Heart: The Best Nineties Boy-Band Jams | ARTICLE

    Justin, A.J., Taylor, and Nick: These were the mono-monikered pop stars of the Clinton era, a time when a few dance moves, a killer hook and some finely finessed facial hair could grant you primo pin-up...

    May 29, 2014 11:00 AM ET
  • Taylor Swift Meets Tim McGraw

    Taylor Swift Meets Tim McGraw | VIDEO

    Years before Taylor Swift topped the pop charts, won the CMA Entertainer of the Year award and appeared on Time's list of the world's 100 most influential people, the then 16-year-old made her debut with a...

    May 28, 2014 4:38 PM ET
  • Jack White's Favorite Young Gun Guitarist: Dough Rollers' Jack Byrne

    Jack White's Favorite Young Gun Guitarist: Dough Rollers' Jack Byrne | ARTICLE

    Rolling Stone may have ranked the 100 Greatest Guitarists of All Time, but we're never done hunting down incredible six-string legends. So we recently launched Young Guns, a weekly series profiling the most notable guitarists...

    May 28, 2014 12:00 PM ET
  • England's Yearning: The Best of Nineties Britpop

    England's Yearning: The Best of Nineties Britpop | ARTICLE

    It was the British invasion, take two, as dozens of fresh-scrubbed, frowny-faced British twentysomethings attempted to take over the world, one archly worded pop-gem at a time. And though the Britpop movement failed to take steam stateside, it left...

    May 28, 2014 11:00 AM ET
  • 50 Cent: Great Businessman. Terrible Baseball Thrower

    50 Cent: Great Businessman. Terrible Baseball Thrower | ARTICLE

    50 Cent's hip hop bona fides and business acumen is indisputable. His athletic ability, apparently, less so. The rapper was invited to throw out the first ball Tuesday night at Citi Field, where the New York Mets were...

    May 28, 2014 8:05 AM ET
  • Left of the Dial: The Best of Eighties College Rock

    Left of the Dial: The Best of Eighties College Rock | ARTICLE

    They came from places like Athens, Georgia, and Manchester, England: Bookish (and often brooding) alt-rock savants whose snarling attitude and sharp wits soon found a home among cool-kid radio stations across the land.

    May 27, 2014 11:00 AM ET
  • Hear Black Crowe Rich Robinson's New Solo Album 'The Ceaseless Sight'

    Hear Black Crowe Rich Robinson's New Solo Album 'The Ceaseless Sight' | ARTICLE

    The Black Crowes may have gone on hiatus (and then off of it), but the band's guitarist Rich Robinson never stopped making music. He co-founded the group with his brother Chris and drummer Steve Gorman in...

    May 27, 2014 10:00 AM ET
  • Hear Phish's Dramatic Basketball Jam 'The Line' - Premiere

    Hear Phish's Dramatic Basketball Jam 'The Line' - Premiere | ARTICLE

    Rock & roll is about busting boundaries and pushing the limits, but on Phish's new song "The Line" (off their June 24th album Fuego), guitarist Trey Anastasio is singing about a very different kind of line: the...

    May 27, 2014 10:00 AM ET
  • Ask a Boss: Rick Ross' Advice on Bad Rappers, Being Big and Sexism

    Ask a Boss: Rick Ross' Advice on Bad Rappers, Being Big and Sexism | ARTICLE

    For a limited time, Rick Ross is Rolling Stone's advice columnist! Here's his third batch of answers to our readers' burning questions: I have a friend – I'll call him Chris. Everybody thinks Chris is a total boss. He...

    May 26, 2014 11:30 AM ET
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