The Rolling Stone ACL 2018 Morning Sessions took place on October 6th at Wanderlust Yoga in the heart of Austin during the first weekend of the Austin City Limits festival.
Elle King spoke with Rolling Stone music editor Suzy Exposito about her forthcoming album, Shake the Spirit, at the 2018 Rolling Stone ACL Morning Sessions.
Scottish synth-pop trio Chvrches backstage at the Rolling Stone ACL 2018 Morning Sessions
Before performing at ACL 2018, singer-songwriter Brandi Carlile joined Rolling Stone to discuss her recent album, By the Way, I Forgive You, and the state of politics in the United States.
Guests attend the Rolling Stone ACL 2018 Morning Sessions and enjoy Austin-style breakfast tacos.
Rob Sheffield (center) discusses catching Paul McCartney during Friday night’s ACL headlining slot. It was a marathon show running over two hours in a packed Zilker Park, under humid Texan skies.
Before stirring up the fiery ACL fest crowd with her banjo and backup band the Brethren, King was glad to share some stories of her recent microdosing experiences.
Discussing her wife and kids, Brandi Carlile was eager to share her thoughts about the recent Supreme Court hearings and what it meant for her family.
The singer-songwriter discussed her expansive new sound on her album Remind Me Tomorrow, as well as working with David Lynch on the new Twin Peaks series.
Taking it all in during the first Austin Rolling Stone Morning Sessions.
Lauren Mayberry (center), Iain Cook and Martin Clifford Doherty discussed all things Morrissey as well as some of their favorite horror movies.
Guests showing up on Jump e-bikes for the Rolling Stone ACL 2018 Morning Sessions
The two genre-crossing country stars share some time together backstage
Attendees at the Rolling Stone ACL 2018 Morning Sessions