Michael Stipe News
"Without net neutrality there will be less awesome art. Period," Fight for the Future writes in letter to Congress
Jem Cohen–directed clip will come out on deluxe reissue of 'Automatic for the People'
Former R.E.M. singer played four-song set at New York City's Carnegie Hall as part of Pathway to Paris climate change benefit
The musician and activist on climate science, curating concerts and how being Patti Smith's daughter taught her "you can choose more than one path"
How an assist from Led Zeppelin's John Paul Jones, memories of summer skinny-dipping and a Meg Ryan studio visit played into band's landmark 1992 LP
Check out the video for "It's the End of the World as We Know It (And I Feel Fine)," which became an unlikely MTV hit
Flea, Cat Power, Talib Kweli and Bill McKibben among artists and speakers appearing at Carnegie Hall event in November
Lenny Kaye, King Tuff also joined Pathway to Paris video compilation reflecting on Washington D.C. protest
"Photo-based" book will focus on singer's "timeline, on the work I've done all along, all through the band and back to my early 20s"
Former R.E.M. singer leads crowd in rendition of "Happy Birthday to You," performs "People Have the Power" with band
Donald Trump, Zika, alt-right movement, Ken Bone and more appeared in hilarious spoof of "It's the End of the World as We Know It (And I Feel Fine)"
How "Losing My Religion" band rejected past to make career-changing, chart-topping LP
Former R.E.M. singer says performing "Ashes to Ashes" was a creative awakening
Another taste of the band's upcoming 'Out of Time' reissue
"This is unjustifiable, it is unfair, and it needs to be stopped," R.E.M. singer says of whistleblower's treatment behind bars