Roots drummer and 'Tonight Show' bandleader also talks impostor syndrome, Prince's genius, new book on creativity and being a "super-dweeb"
"There's a lot of blind hate out there, but rock & roll is the best way to get to know each other"
The singer-songwriter's last album, 'Puberty 2,' expanded her reach – winning over Iggy Pop and Lorde – now she's ready for something new
At Coachella weekend one, Maynard James Keenan and Billy Howerdel discuss what makes the fest special, that time Danny DeVito showed up and more
"Things change on a dime," the guitarist says of the band's epic sets, ahead of a new North American leg of the 'Concrete and Gold' tour
"There was no guarantee that I was going to live long enough to record the album," says Mike Scheidt on band's upcoming 'Our Raw Heart.'
The singer-songwriter also opens up about his father's death, life after a hit song and the personal pain that fueled his new LP
"The youth has the power to change everything," says 20-year-old singer
The rapper has taken more musical risks than any major-label rapper this decade not named Kanye or Kendrick
Hailed as a primary architect of a West Coast jazz revival, the creative genius has also been an integral part of Kendrick Lamar's last two albums
Americana kingpin has confronted his dark side, mistakes to emerge as a leading voice
"I think the butthole of the orchestral community has relaxed in the last five to 10 years," the producer says
After more than a decade of work – including failed auditions for 'The Voice' and 'American Idol' – the singer-songwriter has finally broken through
From a high-profile documentary to Jay-Z's '4:44,' the 2018 Rock and Roll Hall of Fame inductee is in the midst of a major cultural renaissance
New episode of Rolling Stone Music Now features an in-depth interview with a Spinal Tap legend