Band talks putting in their "10,000 hours," recording with Mike D and scoring their biggest song yet
Seattle indie rock band talks about playing Monterey Pop's 50th, recording new album, meeting Michelle Phillips
"We have a tradition of blowing the big ones," bassist recalls at 50th anniversary of fest
"We need an alien invasion ... to remind us that we're all in this together," says alt-country singer, who covered Jefferson Airplane at fest
Singer also opens up about his parenting style, the pitfalls of fame, the best meal he ever ate and more
"My brand of hip-hop may not be for everyone, but what I create is hip-hop, period."
High-tech effects, Madonna and Bruce Springsteen cameos, Olympic-level choreography – members of the Revolution look back on their shining moment
Blues virtuoso admits "it did kind of stress me out" playing the festival 50 years after Hendrix made history
The Grammy-winning rapper opens for Florida Georgia Line on massive world tour this summer
Also, hear their latest track, "When Cats Claw"
Jones backed Otis Redding's historic set at the original festival in 1967
The "bubblegum-trap" hitmaker also discusses why he thinks he's a star, working at a "ghetto McDonald's" and that infamous "cello" line
Staring down 30, the beloved band opens up about keeping fans happy while diverging from the sound that made them huge
As the metal group hits the road in support of 'Hardwired ... to Self-Destruct,' they give Rolling Stone a behind-the-scenes look at how it all works
After years of hard knocks and hard partying, the Cleveland rapper may finally be breaking big. All he has to do is stay alive