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Dave Grohl and Co. travel across America for their new LP without ever really leaving home
Jerry Lee has a new wife (number seven!), a new LP and a new outlook on life
Flaming Lips leader breaks down some of his all-time favorite songs and explains why Keith Richards "is conservative compared to Miley Cyrus"
The Voidz leader on life on Mars, cable news, the Strokes' legacy and more
The Strokes frontman on getting sober, lefty politics and his wild album with a new band
Deep cuts, shifting set lists and a giant "hypno-wheel": behind the scenes on their arena tour
He is one of America's greatest songwriters, a hero from Texas to San Francisco, a hippie's hippie and a redneck's redneck. But does anyone really know Willie Nelson?
At times playful, other times ornery, the Country Music Hall of Famer reminded Music City who was boss over two eclectic nights
Why the singer/guitarist considers the country legend a folk hero
The marijuana icon shares some tips and talks legalization
"Being scared and mistreated is not a good way to start off your life," country legend tells Rolling Stone
At the height of their success, the Black Keys found a new way to hit bottom
The U.K. band survived drugs, jail and a breakup. Now they're making big plans