In latest 'Rolling Stone Music Now Podcast,' we delve into making of magazine's most iconic photographs over 50 years
From a drugged-out Amy Winehouse to a rebellious Kurt Cobain, legendary photographers recall shooting Rolling Stone's most famous images
From Janis Joplin at the Fillmore to today's avant-rockers: Joshua White and others discuss how their liquid light shows bring the music to life
Early, untimely deaths – and the questions and legacies left behind – from Janis Joplin to Elvis Presley to Whitney Houston to Chris Cornell
From Led Zeppelin's U.S. debut to Jay Z and Kanye West's 'Watch the Throne' spectacle, and beyond
'Voice' coach also channeled Janis Joplin during 'Tonight Show' game
"We fell into each other's arms through some process of elimination," Cohen said of affair that inspired "Chelsea Hotel No. 2"
Owners asking for nearly ten times market value for singer's Port Arthur, Texas house
"I remember the last letter, I couldn't catch my breath because I was crying," singer and narrator of Joplin film 'Little Girl Blue' says
From Kurt Cobain and Amy Winehouse to Tower Records, it was a tribute-filled year for rock docs
Rock legend's iconic 1964 Porsche 356C Cabriolet was expected to fetch $400,000 at RM Sotheby sale
How Amy Berg got singer's friends, family and forgotten lovers to open up about the legendary Sixties blues singer
"Moby Grape let [Big Brother] have a set because Janis' parents were there," says brother Michael in 'Little Girl Blue'
"She took a flag and made a place in rock and roll for women," Etheridge says in clip for Amy Berg's 'Janis: Little Girl Blue'
Rock legend's 1965 vehicle, which features mural depicting "History of the Universe," is expected to bring over $400,000 at December sale