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Rolling Stone

Sep 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.

Rolling Stone

Love Letters & Advice

Orville Peck’s Human Touch“

Little Simz’s Beautiful Clarity • One of the hottest talents in London rap is unafraid to tangle with deep emotions

The Noisy Utopia of Eighties NYC

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

Pom Pom Squad’s Unruly Realness

Todd Haynes’ Notes From Deep in the ‘Underground’ • The director’s new documentary on the Velvet Underground summons the band’s rebel spirit

Interview With the Vampires • Inside the insanely goofy world of FX’s ‘What We Do in the Shadows,’ the smartest silly show on television

Beanie Feldstein • The ‘Impeachment: American Crime Story’ star on playing Monica Lewinsky and reconsidering Hillary

Washington, D.C.

New Orleans, Louisiana • Dawn Richard had to leave her hometown when Hurricane Katrina hit just as her career was getting started. Now, more than a decade later, the R&B futurist has returned — and she’s making her most daring music yet by tapping into local history even as she imagines bold new ways forward

Austin, Texas • Live music is this city’s heart and soul. After a very hard year, it’s finally coming back

Chicago, Illinois • The Windy City has produced some of rap’s most vital acts

Nashville, Tennessee • A disastrous tornado and a global health crisis couldn’t stop one of Music City’s most beloved venues, the Basement East, for long

The Soothing Sounds of Silk Sonic • Bruno Mars and Anderson .Paak’s ‘feel-good’ music comes from hard times and real pain. Inside the duo’s deep friendship and quest for the perfect throwback jam

The Devil You Know • Why were two teens in Carmel, New York, locked up for murder, while a local criminal with a mile-long rap sheet was never even questioned?

The Confessions of David Chase • The ‘Sopranos’ godfather on his prequel film, ‘The Many Saints of Newark,’ the series’ enduring legacy, and how he really feels about Hollywood

How Alessandro Nivola Got Made • The star of ‘The Many Saints of Newark’ has been grinding it out in Hollywood for 25 years — finally, he’s poised to break big

Stevie Van Zandt’s Long Walk Home From E Street • In an exclusive excerpt from his new memoir, Springsteen’s best friend recounts for the first time why he quit the band, and his big return

No Hero, No Villain, Noname • Fatimah Warner is one of the best rappers alive — and perhaps the most outspoken. In the face of vitriol, she’s backing her words with a remarkable program of action and education

Music

T.V.

Movies

Ronnie Wood • The Stones guitarist on the value of honesty and how to keep Mick happy


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

OverDrive Magazine

  • Release date: September 7, 2021

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OverDrive Magazine

Languages

English

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

Love Letters & Advice

Orville Peck’s Human Touch“

Little Simz’s Beautiful Clarity • One of the hottest talents in London rap is unafraid to tangle with deep emotions

The Noisy Utopia of Eighties NYC

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

Pom Pom Squad’s Unruly Realness

Todd Haynes’ Notes From Deep in the ‘Underground’ • The director’s new documentary on the Velvet Underground summons the band’s rebel spirit

Interview With the Vampires • Inside the insanely goofy world of FX’s ‘What We Do in the Shadows,’ the smartest silly show on television

Beanie Feldstein • The ‘Impeachment: American Crime Story’ star on playing Monica Lewinsky and reconsidering Hillary

Washington, D.C.

New Orleans, Louisiana • Dawn Richard had to leave her hometown when Hurricane Katrina hit just as her career was getting started. Now, more than a decade later, the R&B futurist has returned — and she’s making her most daring music yet by tapping into local history even as she imagines bold new ways forward

Austin, Texas • Live music is this city’s heart and soul. After a very hard year, it’s finally coming back

Chicago, Illinois • The Windy City has produced some of rap’s most vital acts

Nashville, Tennessee • A disastrous tornado and a global health crisis couldn’t stop one of Music City’s most beloved venues, the Basement East, for long

The Soothing Sounds of Silk Sonic • Bruno Mars and Anderson .Paak’s ‘feel-good’ music comes from hard times and real pain. Inside the duo’s deep friendship and quest for the perfect throwback jam

The Devil You Know • Why were two teens in Carmel, New York, locked up for murder, while a local criminal with a mile-long rap sheet was never even questioned?

The Confessions of David Chase • The ‘Sopranos’ godfather on his prequel film, ‘The Many Saints of Newark,’ the series’ enduring legacy, and how he really feels about Hollywood

How Alessandro Nivola Got Made • The star of ‘The Many Saints of Newark’ has been grinding it out in Hollywood for 25 years — finally, he’s poised to break big

Stevie Van Zandt’s Long Walk Home From E Street • In an exclusive excerpt from his new memoir, Springsteen’s best friend recounts for the first time why he quit the band, and his big return

No Hero, No Villain, Noname • Fatimah Warner is one of the best rappers alive — and perhaps the most outspoken. In the face of vitriol, she’s backing her words with a remarkable program of action and education

Music

T.V.

Movies

Ronnie Wood • The Stones guitarist on the value of honesty and how to keep Mick happy


Expand title description text