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Rolling Stone

Oct 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

Taylor Swift Opens Up

+ LOVE LETTERS & ADVICE

Green Day’s Soul Survival • Billie Joe Armstrong was desperate for a new sound. He had to return to the roots of rock & roll to find it

RARE SHOTS FROM A PHOTO LEGEND

Elton John’s Final Goodbye • One year into his three-year Farewell Yellow Brick Road Tour, we crunched the numbers for Captain Fantastic’s global victory lap

PLAYLIST • OUR FAVORITE SONGS AND VIDEOS RIGHT NOW

MY FIVE TOP WOODSTOCK SONGS

Finding Linda Ronstadt • After decades of privacy, the queen of 1970s country rock opens up about her trailblazing talent, legacy, and struggles in an epic new documentary

Tyler Childers’ Country Climb

A New Vision for ‘Watchmen’ • Damon Lindelof, polarizing co-creator of ‘Lost’ and ‘The Leftovers,’ has reinvented the iconic dark comic — for an even darker age

The Hottest Songs • Breaking down top tracks from May 3rd to August 22nd. Rarely if ever has the song of the summer been so clear

Summer’s Top Artists • The most popular artists of the season, ranked by their total audio streams from May 3rd to August 22nd

Robert Smith • The Cure singer talks recording on acid, not inventing goth, and being happier and more depressed at the same time

Kanye Takes It to Church

The Man Who Sold America • After 40 years of scorched-earth politics and bowing to special interests, will Mitch McConnell finally pay the price?

The Last Manson Mystery • Fifty years ago, Bobby Beausoleil murdered a man. Did he set in motion the Manson killings and the myth of Helter Skelter?

Taylor Swift

THE FUTURE 25 • The music business is thriving again — and reinventing itself every day. Meet the A&R wizards, tech gurus, publishing execs, and other innovators leading the charge

THE DEADLIEST CROSSING • On the front lines of the border crisis as migrants take their chances with Arizona’s perilous Sonoran Desert to avoid Trump’s crackdown

MAKING WAVES • Ahead of surfing’s 2020 Olympic debut, the boarders of the World Surf League hit Brazil, where the only thing bigger than the swells is the audience

THE BEATLES’ LAST MOMENT IN THE SUN • A deluxe edition offers a fascinating new way to experience their final masterpiece

070 SHAKE’S EMO-SOUL TRIP • After getting noticed working with Kanye, a vital new singer makes her debut

A VOTE OF NO CONFIDENCE • Ryan Murphy’s new Netflix series, ‘The Politician,’ a satire of the electoral process, leans hard on irony but lacks humanity

WATCH LIST • What to stream, what to skip this month

THE ‘JOKER’ IS INDEED WILD • Joaquin Phoenix brings a unique approach to an iconic role and puts a horrifically human face on a comic-book villain

SHERYL CROW

BTS

Khalid

THE CONTENDERS • Seven hopefuls reflect on past Grammy experiences, look ahead to the future, and break down the albums and singles that could earn them a statue come February

GRAMMYS FORECAST 2020 • As this year’s nomination process gets underway, here are our picks for all the biggest categories — featuring Taylor, Billie Eilish, Chance, and more


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Frequency: Monthly Pages: 98 Publisher: Penske Media Corporation Edition: Oct 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

Taylor Swift Opens Up

+ LOVE LETTERS & ADVICE

Green Day’s Soul Survival • Billie Joe Armstrong was desperate for a new sound. He had to return to the roots of rock & roll to find it

RARE SHOTS FROM A PHOTO LEGEND

Elton John’s Final Goodbye • One year into his three-year Farewell Yellow Brick Road Tour, we crunched the numbers for Captain Fantastic’s global victory lap

PLAYLIST • OUR FAVORITE SONGS AND VIDEOS RIGHT NOW

MY FIVE TOP WOODSTOCK SONGS

Finding Linda Ronstadt • After decades of privacy, the queen of 1970s country rock opens up about her trailblazing talent, legacy, and struggles in an epic new documentary

Tyler Childers’ Country Climb

A New Vision for ‘Watchmen’ • Damon Lindelof, polarizing co-creator of ‘Lost’ and ‘The Leftovers,’ has reinvented the iconic dark comic — for an even darker age

The Hottest Songs • Breaking down top tracks from May 3rd to August 22nd. Rarely if ever has the song of the summer been so clear

Summer’s Top Artists • The most popular artists of the season, ranked by their total audio streams from May 3rd to August 22nd

Robert Smith • The Cure singer talks recording on acid, not inventing goth, and being happier and more depressed at the same time

Kanye Takes It to Church

The Man Who Sold America • After 40 years of scorched-earth politics and bowing to special interests, will Mitch McConnell finally pay the price?

The Last Manson Mystery • Fifty years ago, Bobby Beausoleil murdered a man. Did he set in motion the Manson killings and the myth of Helter Skelter?

Taylor Swift

THE FUTURE 25 • The music business is thriving again — and reinventing itself every day. Meet the A&R wizards, tech gurus, publishing execs, and other innovators leading the charge

THE DEADLIEST CROSSING • On the front lines of the border crisis as migrants take their chances with Arizona’s perilous Sonoran Desert to avoid Trump’s crackdown

MAKING WAVES • Ahead of surfing’s 2020 Olympic debut, the boarders of the World Surf League hit Brazil, where the only thing bigger than the swells is the audience

THE BEATLES’ LAST MOMENT IN THE SUN • A deluxe edition offers a fascinating new way to experience their final masterpiece

070 SHAKE’S EMO-SOUL TRIP • After getting noticed working with Kanye, a vital new singer makes her debut

A VOTE OF NO CONFIDENCE • Ryan Murphy’s new Netflix series, ‘The Politician,’ a satire of the electoral process, leans hard on irony but lacks humanity

WATCH LIST • What to stream, what to skip this month

THE ‘JOKER’ IS INDEED WILD • Joaquin Phoenix brings a unique approach to an iconic role and puts a horrifically human face on a comic-book villain

SHERYL CROW

BTS

Khalid

THE CONTENDERS • Seven hopefuls reflect on past Grammy experiences, look ahead to the future, and break down the albums and singles that could earn them a statue come February

GRAMMYS FORECAST 2020 • As this year’s nomination process gets underway, here are our picks for all the biggest categories — featuring Taylor, Billie Eilish, Chance, and more


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