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Rolling Stone

Aug 01 2019
Magazine

Rolling Stone is an entertainment magazine that has been highly regarded in pop culture circles for its music and movie reviews, hard-hitting articles and interviews with favorite musicians, and the always-iconic cover images touting popular bands, TV personalities, and public figures.

Rolling Stone

Rebel With a Curfew

+ LOVE LETTERS & ADVICE

Sheeran’s Calm Before the Show

A Boogie’s Quiet Domination • The 23-year-old scored 1.7 billion streams and became rap’s hottest new star by writing about his dark past

The Making of Woodstock ’69

Inside the Rock Biopic Boom

PLAYLIST • OUR FAVORITE SONGS AND VIDEOS RIGHT NOW

Noel Gallagher’s Set List Secrets • Ahead of a U.S. tour, Oasis’ songwriter breaks down a recent Dublin set

The Long Journey of ‘The Dark Crystal’ • How Jim Henson’s fan-favorite fantasy finally got a Netflix prequel

Vanessa Kirby: Fast and Furious • The ‘ Hobbs & Shaw’ star on going from period-drama royalty to summer action-movie heroine

Tanya Tucker: Return of a Country Hell-Raiser • After some serious battles, the outlaw returns for a soulful comeback LP

Ken Burns’ Country Epic • The filmmaker’s 16-hour documentary is a journey into the nation’s rowdy, sentimental, multicultural soul

Welcome to the ‘Rolling Stone’ Charts • We’ve launched in-depth, in-the-moment music charts to take you inside the stories of the top artists, songs, and albums

Maren Morris • The country-pop star on her new supergroup, posing for ‘Playboy,’ and her time as a Nashville songwriter

Party in the U.K.

The Iowa Circus • An overstuffed field of candidates is repeating the Republicans’ 2016 primary-season errors

The Fight Against Fox News • On the front lines with Media Matters — the conservative network’s worst nightmare

Billie Eilish and the Triumph of the Weird

10 ARTISTS YOU NEED TO KNOW

The Joy and Mystery of a New Orleans Saint Dr. John

Kamala’s Moment • The California senator is rising fast in the polls — will her past as a prosecutor sink her campaign or be her biggest strength as she makes her case against Trump?

ARMING THE CARTELS • How a Texas gun-smuggling ring made a fortune selling weapons south of the border, and almost got away with it

SLEATER-KINNEY’S RADICAL RAGE • One of America’s greatest bands does battle with modern apathy on thrilling LP

Quick Hits • Ten new albums you need to know about now

R.E.M. • The arty little bar band that blew out of Athens, Georgia, to invent alt-rock and influence decades’ worth of artists

RE-WATCHING THE DETECTIVE • In the ‘Veronica Mars’ reboot, our high school P.I. is all grown up — but the series stays true to its noir roots

TARANTINO DOES PULP HOLLYWOOD • Set in 1969 Los Angeles, Tarantino’s all-star fantasia links the movie biz and Manson-era violence with explosive results

JIA TOLENTINO’S FRACTURED REALITY

LL Cool J • The hip-hop icon on success, ‘Accidental Racist,’ and calling yourself the G.O.A.T.


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Frequency: Monthly Pages: 98 Publisher: Penske Media Corporation Edition: Aug 01 2019

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  • Release date: August 6, 2019

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Rolling Stone is an entertainment magazine that has been highly regarded in pop culture circles for its music and movie reviews, hard-hitting articles and interviews with favorite musicians, and the always-iconic cover images touting popular bands, TV personalities, and public figures.

Rolling Stone

Rebel With a Curfew

+ LOVE LETTERS & ADVICE

Sheeran’s Calm Before the Show

A Boogie’s Quiet Domination • The 23-year-old scored 1.7 billion streams and became rap’s hottest new star by writing about his dark past

The Making of Woodstock ’69

Inside the Rock Biopic Boom

PLAYLIST • OUR FAVORITE SONGS AND VIDEOS RIGHT NOW

Noel Gallagher’s Set List Secrets • Ahead of a U.S. tour, Oasis’ songwriter breaks down a recent Dublin set

The Long Journey of ‘The Dark Crystal’ • How Jim Henson’s fan-favorite fantasy finally got a Netflix prequel

Vanessa Kirby: Fast and Furious • The ‘ Hobbs & Shaw’ star on going from period-drama royalty to summer action-movie heroine

Tanya Tucker: Return of a Country Hell-Raiser • After some serious battles, the outlaw returns for a soulful comeback LP

Ken Burns’ Country Epic • The filmmaker’s 16-hour documentary is a journey into the nation’s rowdy, sentimental, multicultural soul

Welcome to the ‘Rolling Stone’ Charts • We’ve launched in-depth, in-the-moment music charts to take you inside the stories of the top artists, songs, and albums

Maren Morris • The country-pop star on her new supergroup, posing for ‘Playboy,’ and her time as a Nashville songwriter

Party in the U.K.

The Iowa Circus • An overstuffed field of candidates is repeating the Republicans’ 2016 primary-season errors

The Fight Against Fox News • On the front lines with Media Matters — the conservative network’s worst nightmare

Billie Eilish and the Triumph of the Weird

10 ARTISTS YOU NEED TO KNOW

The Joy and Mystery of a New Orleans Saint Dr. John

Kamala’s Moment • The California senator is rising fast in the polls — will her past as a prosecutor sink her campaign or be her biggest strength as she makes her case against Trump?

ARMING THE CARTELS • How a Texas gun-smuggling ring made a fortune selling weapons south of the border, and almost got away with it

SLEATER-KINNEY’S RADICAL RAGE • One of America’s greatest bands does battle with modern apathy on thrilling LP

Quick Hits • Ten new albums you need to know about now

R.E.M. • The arty little bar band that blew out of Athens, Georgia, to invent alt-rock and influence decades’ worth of artists

RE-WATCHING THE DETECTIVE • In the ‘Veronica Mars’ reboot, our high school P.I. is all grown up — but the series stays true to its noir roots

TARANTINO DOES PULP HOLLYWOOD • Set in 1969 Los Angeles, Tarantino’s all-star fantasia links the movie biz and Manson-era violence with explosive results

JIA TOLENTINO’S FRACTURED REALITY

LL Cool J • The hip-hop icon on success, ‘Accidental Racist,’ and calling yourself the G.O.A.T.


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