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Rolling Stone

Sep 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

When Harry Met Sheffield

+ LOVE LETTERS & ADVICE

John Mayer’s All-Access Pass

Yola’s New Town Road • How a British singer reinvented herself, and took over Nashville

Cage & Beck’s Big Adventure • Wild sets, big hits: A day in the life of one of the biggest tours of the summer

PLAYLIST • OUR FAVORITE SONGS AND VIDEOS RIGHT NOW

FIVE SONGS THAT SHAPED ME

Charli’s Weird-Pop Reinvention • In the six-year “break” between Charli XCX’s Sucker and Charli (out September 13th), she put out mixtapes, an EP, and six solo releases — and teamed up with Taylor Swift, Shawn Mendes, and Camila Cabello. Now, Charli’s back from her working vacation and getting serious(-ish). “It’s fun to write songs about cars,” she says of Charli. “But I began to analyze my emotional state.” Here’s how she got it done.

What Scares Stephen King? • His new book predicted Trump’s horrors, and he has a lot more on the way. The only thing he doesn’t want to think about? Retirement

Aerosmith Tell Their Set List Secrets • During their Vegas residency, band members break down how they play a killer set

Lil Baby: An Atlanta Rap Star Is Born • Three years ago, the rapper was in prison. Now he’s racking up billions of streams and getting VIP service at his favorite deli

TV’s Most Divine Comedy • Goodbye to ‘The Good Place,’ which taught us ethics and was hilarious at the same time

Breaking Down a Month of Hits • A look at the top albums from the Rolling Stone Charts’ first 30 days

Sheryl Crow • The singer-songwriter on her all-star new album, her future, and why Woodstock ’99 was her worst live experience

Cardi in Charge

RSROADTEST • Three of music’s hottest names introduce us to three of the year’s coolest new rides. PLUS Updates on the latest in eco-friendly tech, the return of the VW Bus, and the race to build an all-electric pickup truck

The Faster, More Furious Sports Car

THE YEAR’S BEST CAR STEREOS • Smaller and more plentiful speakers, better sound isolation, and reactive mood lighting are revolutionizing the car-audio game

The All-Electric SUV

Trump 2020: Be Very Afraid • America is the first country to ever elect a Mad King, and the way things are going, we may be dumb enough to do it twice

Why Can’t California Solve Its Housing Crisis? • It’s the epicenter of the tech industry and the wealthiest, most progressive state in the union, but homelessness is surging — and no one can agree on how to fix it

The Eternal Sunshine of Harry Styles • Riding shotgun with the former boy-band hero as he opens up about sex, psychedelics, and becoming a 21st-century rock star

The Strange Birth and Near Death of Weezer • 25 years after the Blue Album, Weezer’s past and present members look back at their origin story

Children of Rap • When you hear that a famous musician has kids, you have to wonder: What was it like growing up in that house? We talked to the progeny of rap legends like Ol’ Dirty Bastard and the Notorious B.I.G. about summer vacations with Usher, seeing your dad on the cover of tabloids, and getting your deceased father’s cane back from the LAPD

Can We Survive Extreme Heat? • Humans have never lived on a planet this hot, and we’re totally unprepared for what’s to come

A NEW KIND OF OUTLAW COUNTRY • Four excellent female artists get together for a groundbreaking supergroup album

BRITTANY’S VIBRANT SOUL • The...


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Frequency: Monthly Pages: 96 Publisher: Penske Media Corporation Edition: Sep 01 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

When Harry Met Sheffield

+ LOVE LETTERS & ADVICE

John Mayer’s All-Access Pass

Yola’s New Town Road • How a British singer reinvented herself, and took over Nashville

Cage & Beck’s Big Adventure • Wild sets, big hits: A day in the life of one of the biggest tours of the summer

PLAYLIST • OUR FAVORITE SONGS AND VIDEOS RIGHT NOW

FIVE SONGS THAT SHAPED ME

Charli’s Weird-Pop Reinvention • In the six-year “break” between Charli XCX’s Sucker and Charli (out September 13th), she put out mixtapes, an EP, and six solo releases — and teamed up with Taylor Swift, Shawn Mendes, and Camila Cabello. Now, Charli’s back from her working vacation and getting serious(-ish). “It’s fun to write songs about cars,” she says of Charli. “But I began to analyze my emotional state.” Here’s how she got it done.

What Scares Stephen King? • His new book predicted Trump’s horrors, and he has a lot more on the way. The only thing he doesn’t want to think about? Retirement

Aerosmith Tell Their Set List Secrets • During their Vegas residency, band members break down how they play a killer set

Lil Baby: An Atlanta Rap Star Is Born • Three years ago, the rapper was in prison. Now he’s racking up billions of streams and getting VIP service at his favorite deli

TV’s Most Divine Comedy • Goodbye to ‘The Good Place,’ which taught us ethics and was hilarious at the same time

Breaking Down a Month of Hits • A look at the top albums from the Rolling Stone Charts’ first 30 days

Sheryl Crow • The singer-songwriter on her all-star new album, her future, and why Woodstock ’99 was her worst live experience

Cardi in Charge

RSROADTEST • Three of music’s hottest names introduce us to three of the year’s coolest new rides. PLUS Updates on the latest in eco-friendly tech, the return of the VW Bus, and the race to build an all-electric pickup truck

The Faster, More Furious Sports Car

THE YEAR’S BEST CAR STEREOS • Smaller and more plentiful speakers, better sound isolation, and reactive mood lighting are revolutionizing the car-audio game

The All-Electric SUV

Trump 2020: Be Very Afraid • America is the first country to ever elect a Mad King, and the way things are going, we may be dumb enough to do it twice

Why Can’t California Solve Its Housing Crisis? • It’s the epicenter of the tech industry and the wealthiest, most progressive state in the union, but homelessness is surging — and no one can agree on how to fix it

The Eternal Sunshine of Harry Styles • Riding shotgun with the former boy-band hero as he opens up about sex, psychedelics, and becoming a 21st-century rock star

The Strange Birth and Near Death of Weezer • 25 years after the Blue Album, Weezer’s past and present members look back at their origin story

Children of Rap • When you hear that a famous musician has kids, you have to wonder: What was it like growing up in that house? We talked to the progeny of rap legends like Ol’ Dirty Bastard and the Notorious B.I.G. about summer vacations with Usher, seeing your dad on the cover of tabloids, and getting your deceased father’s cane back from the LAPD

Can We Survive Extreme Heat? • Humans have never lived on a planet this hot, and we’re totally unprepared for what’s to come

A NEW KIND OF OUTLAW COUNTRY • Four excellent female artists get together for a groundbreaking supergroup album

BRITTANY’S VIBRANT SOUL • The...


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