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Rolling Stone

Jun 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.

Love Letters & Advice

Rolling Stone

Sam Jay’s Comedy of Compromise • With her new HBO late-night show, the stand-up is aiming to bring Americans together

The Many Faces of Kansas City’s Music Scene • Get to know a few of the people and places that make KC a premier live music destination

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

Looking for an Adventure? Explore Six of Missouri’s Top Outdoor Attractions

It’s Olivia Rodrigo’s World • ‘Drivers License’ is an instant classic — but chances are that’s only the beginning for a songwriter in full command of pop’s history and future

This Trendy St. Louis Museum Is Reimagining the City’s Local Art Scene

The Fire Behind ‘Sparks’ • In a new documentary, director Edgar Wright gives a cult band its due

Five of Missouri’s Must-Visit Barbeque Hotspots

Syd’s World of Vintage Trucks • A SERIES IN WHICH ARTISTS SHARE THEIR NONMUSICAL PASSIONS

Dan Auerbach • The Black Keys’ singer-guitarist on getting to record with his blues heroes and missing John Prine

What Joe Manchin Wants • A guide to the Blue Dog Democrat who can make or break President Biden’s agenda

The Triumph of BTS • How seven young superstars rewrote music-biz rules and became the biggest band in the world

K-Pop Now

Future of Music

Future 25 • Where others see hurdles, they see runaway opportunity. Meet the fearless leaders of tomorrow’s music business.

Magical Mystery Tours • Aided by the Great Pause, concert tech is growing by leaps and bounds. The next wave of live music will be unlike anything we’ve ever seen

Everybody Wants Some (Hits)! • Indie artists dwarf label-signed artists by sheer numbers — but the onslaught of DIY music hasn’t yet killed the record label. It’s complicated, and thrilling

The Classic-Rock Gold Rush • As the giants of the genre contemplate retirement, companies are dreaming up increasingly innovative ways to bring new value to older sounds

What Could Be Music’s Next Spotify? • The new era of business is all about democratizing hitmaking. Beloved by big-money investors and sharp-eyed entrepreneurs, here are the music industry’s rising powers

What’s a Good Record Deal? • Superstars like Kanye West and Taylor Swift have bashed lopsided label deals — and a new generation of artists is vying to recalibrate music’s balance of power

Sounds of the Future • Data has shown that U.S. listener taste is going more global with each passing year. So when looking at the genres that are seeing the highest velocities on streaming, it’s no surprise that many come from outside our borders — from South Africa and Mexico, and even 1980s Japan.

Glossary to the New Era

The Enemy Within • Race and White Supremacy in American Policing

Music

T.V.

Movies

Lyor Cohen • The veteran music mogul on the pitfalls of viral hits and what defines success


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Frequency: Monthly Pages: 84 Publisher: Penske Media Corporation Edition: Jun 01 2021

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  • Release date: June 1, 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.

Love Letters & Advice

Rolling Stone

Sam Jay’s Comedy of Compromise • With her new HBO late-night show, the stand-up is aiming to bring Americans together

The Many Faces of Kansas City’s Music Scene • Get to know a few of the people and places that make KC a premier live music destination

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

Looking for an Adventure? Explore Six of Missouri’s Top Outdoor Attractions

It’s Olivia Rodrigo’s World • ‘Drivers License’ is an instant classic — but chances are that’s only the beginning for a songwriter in full command of pop’s history and future

This Trendy St. Louis Museum Is Reimagining the City’s Local Art Scene

The Fire Behind ‘Sparks’ • In a new documentary, director Edgar Wright gives a cult band its due

Five of Missouri’s Must-Visit Barbeque Hotspots

Syd’s World of Vintage Trucks • A SERIES IN WHICH ARTISTS SHARE THEIR NONMUSICAL PASSIONS

Dan Auerbach • The Black Keys’ singer-guitarist on getting to record with his blues heroes and missing John Prine

What Joe Manchin Wants • A guide to the Blue Dog Democrat who can make or break President Biden’s agenda

The Triumph of BTS • How seven young superstars rewrote music-biz rules and became the biggest band in the world

K-Pop Now

Future of Music

Future 25 • Where others see hurdles, they see runaway opportunity. Meet the fearless leaders of tomorrow’s music business.

Magical Mystery Tours • Aided by the Great Pause, concert tech is growing by leaps and bounds. The next wave of live music will be unlike anything we’ve ever seen

Everybody Wants Some (Hits)! • Indie artists dwarf label-signed artists by sheer numbers — but the onslaught of DIY music hasn’t yet killed the record label. It’s complicated, and thrilling

The Classic-Rock Gold Rush • As the giants of the genre contemplate retirement, companies are dreaming up increasingly innovative ways to bring new value to older sounds

What Could Be Music’s Next Spotify? • The new era of business is all about democratizing hitmaking. Beloved by big-money investors and sharp-eyed entrepreneurs, here are the music industry’s rising powers

What’s a Good Record Deal? • Superstars like Kanye West and Taylor Swift have bashed lopsided label deals — and a new generation of artists is vying to recalibrate music’s balance of power

Sounds of the Future • Data has shown that U.S. listener taste is going more global with each passing year. So when looking at the genres that are seeing the highest velocities on streaming, it’s no surprise that many come from outside our borders — from South Africa and Mexico, and even 1980s Japan.

Glossary to the New Era

The Enemy Within • Race and White Supremacy in American Policing

Music

T.V.

Movies

Lyor Cohen • The veteran music mogul on the pitfalls of viral hits and what defines success


Expand title description text