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Rolling Stone

Jan 01 2021
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.

The Music That Sustains Us

Rolling Stone

Love Letters & Advice

Cosmic Dancers • First, Greta Van Fleet became classic rock’s new hope. Now, they’re thinking even bigger

Bedroom Musicians Bring It All Back Home

RS Recommends • OUR TOP POP-CULTURE PICKS OF THE MONTH

Ask Croz • Real-life advice from a guy who’s seen, done, and survived just about everything

Dancing With Ourselves • 2020 was the year fandom went underground: Public spaces vanished, isolation became a fact of life, and pop music responded in kind

RS Charts • THE BIGGEST ARTISTS, ALBUMS, AND SONGS OF TODAY

New Grammy Voices • The Best New Artist nominees for the 2021 awards, to be held on January 31st, include pop stars, critical favorites, and a few curveballs

Saweetie’s Glamorous Dreams Come True • The ‘Icy Girl’ and ‘My Type’ rapper went from playing in Bay Area talent shows to owning one of hip-hop’s hottest careers

Live Music’s Lost Workers • As concerts vanished in 2020, roadies, truckers, and other crew have seen their lives upended

Welcome to the Year of the Blockbuster • So many releases were pushed back last year due to the pandemic, 2021 is overflowing with movie magic. We help you decide what to see

Angus Young • The AC/DC guitarist on his band’s new album, life with Axl Rose, and why ‘Back in Black’ will never die

The Power Broker • Georgia flipped blue for the first time in almost 30 years, in no small part due to the work of Stacey Abrams. What the Democratic Party can learn from the ‘relentless’ voting-rights advocate’s success

Trump’s Gone, So What’s Next for the Democrats?

Building a New Protest Movement • A generation found its voice in 2020, harnessing social media to lead the fight for change in their communities

Inside Operation Gideon, A Coup Gone Very Wrong • Why did three American ex-Special Forces soldiers try to overthrow the Venezuelan government?

Miley’s Rock & Roll Heart • After two tumultuous years, Cyrus emerges with a wild new album, a fresh outlook, and a lot to say about her heroes, sobriety, and getting the respect she deserves

The Year in Music • In one of the worst years in history, music guided us through it — from Taylor Swift’s cathartic intimacy to Dua Lipa’s disco escapism and Bad Bunny’s revolutionary reggaeton

Photographer of Rock’s Golden Age • From Janis Joplin to Jimi Hendrix, Baron Wolman captured the revolution and changed music photography

Deadly Climate • Covid-19, Zika, Nipah virus, Ebola, dengue: How the climate crisis is ushering in a new pandemic era, and why we’re woefully unprepared for what’s to come

T.V.

Movies

Werner Herzog • The filmmaking legend on inspired madness and the enduring power of ‘Winnie the Pooh’


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Frequency: Monthly Pages: 82 Publisher: Penske Media Corporation Edition: Jan 01 2021

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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.

The Music That Sustains Us

Rolling Stone

Love Letters & Advice

Cosmic Dancers • First, Greta Van Fleet became classic rock’s new hope. Now, they’re thinking even bigger

Bedroom Musicians Bring It All Back Home

RS Recommends • OUR TOP POP-CULTURE PICKS OF THE MONTH

Ask Croz • Real-life advice from a guy who’s seen, done, and survived just about everything

Dancing With Ourselves • 2020 was the year fandom went underground: Public spaces vanished, isolation became a fact of life, and pop music responded in kind

RS Charts • THE BIGGEST ARTISTS, ALBUMS, AND SONGS OF TODAY

New Grammy Voices • The Best New Artist nominees for the 2021 awards, to be held on January 31st, include pop stars, critical favorites, and a few curveballs

Saweetie’s Glamorous Dreams Come True • The ‘Icy Girl’ and ‘My Type’ rapper went from playing in Bay Area talent shows to owning one of hip-hop’s hottest careers

Live Music’s Lost Workers • As concerts vanished in 2020, roadies, truckers, and other crew have seen their lives upended

Welcome to the Year of the Blockbuster • So many releases were pushed back last year due to the pandemic, 2021 is overflowing with movie magic. We help you decide what to see

Angus Young • The AC/DC guitarist on his band’s new album, life with Axl Rose, and why ‘Back in Black’ will never die

The Power Broker • Georgia flipped blue for the first time in almost 30 years, in no small part due to the work of Stacey Abrams. What the Democratic Party can learn from the ‘relentless’ voting-rights advocate’s success

Trump’s Gone, So What’s Next for the Democrats?

Building a New Protest Movement • A generation found its voice in 2020, harnessing social media to lead the fight for change in their communities

Inside Operation Gideon, A Coup Gone Very Wrong • Why did three American ex-Special Forces soldiers try to overthrow the Venezuelan government?

Miley’s Rock & Roll Heart • After two tumultuous years, Cyrus emerges with a wild new album, a fresh outlook, and a lot to say about her heroes, sobriety, and getting the respect she deserves

The Year in Music • In one of the worst years in history, music guided us through it — from Taylor Swift’s cathartic intimacy to Dua Lipa’s disco escapism and Bad Bunny’s revolutionary reggaeton

Photographer of Rock’s Golden Age • From Janis Joplin to Jimi Hendrix, Baron Wolman captured the revolution and changed music photography

Deadly Climate • Covid-19, Zika, Nipah virus, Ebola, dengue: How the climate crisis is ushering in a new pandemic era, and why we’re woefully unprepared for what’s to come

T.V.

Movies

Werner Herzog • The filmmaking legend on inspired madness and the enduring power of ‘Winnie the Pooh’


Expand title description text