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Rolling Stone

Nov 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 Musicians Ask the Questions

+ LOVE LETTERS & ADVICE

Post Malone: Moshing His Way Across America

Baby of the Year • How DaBaby went from performing in a diaper to becoming one of the best — and biggest — young stars in hip-hop

LINDA MCCARTNEY’S HEART OF THE COUNTRY

The Month in Conspiracies • This fall brings four films based on true stories of crime and corruption. We look into just how deep the cover-up goes in each

PLAYLIST • OUR FAVORITE SONGS AND VIDEOS RIGHT NOW

MY FIVE FAVORITE R&B SONGS

Beck Hits ‘Escape’ • The singer-songwriter hooks up with Pharrell for ‘Hyperspace,’ his new album on escapism

Big Boi Wants to Keep These Owls Forever-Ever

Ginger’s Wild Rhythms • Ginger Baker redefined rock drumming. The rest of his life was as intense and uncompromising as his music

New Wave Mystery Man • Ric Ocasek’s hits with the Cars defined New Wave — but there was hurt beneath the sleek sound

Robert Hunter • Grateful Dead drummer Mickey Hart remembers the band’s longtime lyricist

Edward Norton’s 20-Year Noir • The actor-director on bringing his decades-in-the-making ‘Motherless Brooklyn’ to the screen

The Road to Number One • TAYLOR SWIFT AND POST MALONE each soared to the top of the RS 200 Chart this summer — but they took very different paths to get there. Swift’s path was more traditional, Malone’s more modern. Together, they typify the fact that there are more ways than ever to listen to music. We broke down the unique scenarios that helped Swift’s Lover and Post’s Hollywood’s Bleeding scale the charts.

Kesha • The pop star on returning to her original style and embracing happiness in the process

Random Notes

Why We Must Impeach • The president’s abuse of power has surpassed any we’ve seen in our history — and Congress must act

The Biden Paradox • He’s under attack and slipping in the polls. Should Democrats be all in on the former vice president, or all out?

Jay Inslee Isn’t Going Away • The Washington governor may be out of the 2020 race, but his ideas are shaping the future of climate policy

Elton John & Lana Del Rey • Pop’s most enigmatic star visits her idol at his Beverly Hills home for a conversation about meditation, Seventies L.A., songwriting, and why the best persona is none at all

Diddy & DJ Khaled • The insatiably driven hip-hop producers have had such similar careers, and for good reason. Says Khaled, “He’s the blueprint”

Billie Joe Armstrong & Billie Eilish • The teen-pop superstar asks her hero about early Green Day, staying sane in the industry, and that time he got into a fight with a guy in the audience

Jenny Lewis & Justin Vernon • Two indie heroes compare notes on East Coast vs. West Coast rap and Dylan’s Christian years

Carrie Brownstein & Maggie Rogers • A pop star talks to her punk hero about Patti Smith, reinvention, and motorcycles

David Byrne & Tierra Whack • A Talking Head and a hip-hop rule-breaker talk about finding their sound while feeling shy

St. Vincent & Kirk Hammett • Annie Clark gave up violin so she could learn Metallica songs on the guitar. Now, she asks their lead guitarist about riffs, band politics, and turning rage into music

Lenny Kravıtz & H.E.R. • The rising R&B singer-guitarist bonds with her hero about having musical parents, Miles Davis, and the importance of...


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Frequency: Monthly Pages: 100 Publisher: Penske Media Corporation Edition: Nov 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 Musicians Ask the Questions

+ LOVE LETTERS & ADVICE

Post Malone: Moshing His Way Across America

Baby of the Year • How DaBaby went from performing in a diaper to becoming one of the best — and biggest — young stars in hip-hop

LINDA MCCARTNEY’S HEART OF THE COUNTRY

The Month in Conspiracies • This fall brings four films based on true stories of crime and corruption. We look into just how deep the cover-up goes in each

PLAYLIST • OUR FAVORITE SONGS AND VIDEOS RIGHT NOW

MY FIVE FAVORITE R&B SONGS

Beck Hits ‘Escape’ • The singer-songwriter hooks up with Pharrell for ‘Hyperspace,’ his new album on escapism

Big Boi Wants to Keep These Owls Forever-Ever

Ginger’s Wild Rhythms • Ginger Baker redefined rock drumming. The rest of his life was as intense and uncompromising as his music

New Wave Mystery Man • Ric Ocasek’s hits with the Cars defined New Wave — but there was hurt beneath the sleek sound

Robert Hunter • Grateful Dead drummer Mickey Hart remembers the band’s longtime lyricist

Edward Norton’s 20-Year Noir • The actor-director on bringing his decades-in-the-making ‘Motherless Brooklyn’ to the screen

The Road to Number One • TAYLOR SWIFT AND POST MALONE each soared to the top of the RS 200 Chart this summer — but they took very different paths to get there. Swift’s path was more traditional, Malone’s more modern. Together, they typify the fact that there are more ways than ever to listen to music. We broke down the unique scenarios that helped Swift’s Lover and Post’s Hollywood’s Bleeding scale the charts.

Kesha • The pop star on returning to her original style and embracing happiness in the process

Random Notes

Why We Must Impeach • The president’s abuse of power has surpassed any we’ve seen in our history — and Congress must act

The Biden Paradox • He’s under attack and slipping in the polls. Should Democrats be all in on the former vice president, or all out?

Jay Inslee Isn’t Going Away • The Washington governor may be out of the 2020 race, but his ideas are shaping the future of climate policy

Elton John & Lana Del Rey • Pop’s most enigmatic star visits her idol at his Beverly Hills home for a conversation about meditation, Seventies L.A., songwriting, and why the best persona is none at all

Diddy & DJ Khaled • The insatiably driven hip-hop producers have had such similar careers, and for good reason. Says Khaled, “He’s the blueprint”

Billie Joe Armstrong & Billie Eilish • The teen-pop superstar asks her hero about early Green Day, staying sane in the industry, and that time he got into a fight with a guy in the audience

Jenny Lewis & Justin Vernon • Two indie heroes compare notes on East Coast vs. West Coast rap and Dylan’s Christian years

Carrie Brownstein & Maggie Rogers • A pop star talks to her punk hero about Patti Smith, reinvention, and motorcycles

David Byrne & Tierra Whack • A Talking Head and a hip-hop rule-breaker talk about finding their sound while feeling shy

St. Vincent & Kirk Hammett • Annie Clark gave up violin so she could learn Metallica songs on the guitar. Now, she asks their lead guitarist about riffs, band politics, and turning rage into music

Lenny Kravıtz & H.E.R. • The rising R&B singer-guitarist bonds with her hero about having musical parents, Miles Davis, and the importance of...


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