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Today in Music History (July 10, 1965): Rolling Stones score their first US #1 single

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Today in music history, July 10, marks the fifty-fifth anniversary of The Rolling Stones' first No. 1 hit in the US - "(I Can't Get No) Satisfaction."READ MORE

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Live Nation Cuts Artists' Power in 2021 Events

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Live Nation proposes balance power in 2021 events due to uncertainties brought by the pandemic and its seen effect on different industries.READ MORE

Ronnie Wood with children Jaime (right)

Ronnie Wood's Son Nearly Killed Being in the Rolling Stone World

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Ronnie Wood's son shares to be nearly killed being in a Rolling Stone world as shared in a Daily Mail interviewREAD MORE

The American singer Michael Jackson in the opening of one of the concerts of his

25 Best Songs from Michael Jackson

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Rolling Stone’s listed Michael Jackson’s best songs.READ MORE

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Cardi B Shows Off Baby Bump In Rolling Stone Cover With Offset

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Cardi B proudly showed her baby bump in the racy cover of the Rolling Stone. The mom-to-be appeared on the magazine with her fiancee, Offset of Migos.READ MORE

ABC Pulls The Plug On Rolling Stone 50th Anniversary Special

ABC Pulls The Plug On Rolling Stone 50th Anniversary Special

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ABC has scrapped its scheduled live broadcast of the 'Rolling Stone 50th Anniversary Show' on Feb. 7. The network has yet to indicate the reasons behind the cancelation.READ MORE

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LISTEN: Brothers Osborne Releases New Song 'Shoot Me Straight'

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The Brothers Osborne released a recording of their track 'Shoot Me Straight,' which talks about a man's heartache. The song will be available for download this week.READ MORE

Bono Just Called Music Nowadays

Bono Just Called Music Nowadays 'Girly,' And The Internet Isn't Happy

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Bono caused a stir among Twitter users after he called music nowadays as girly and said that hip-hop is the only place for male anger at the moment. Netizens called him sexist and racist.READ MORE

Rolling Stone Publisher Jann Wenner speaks onstage at the 28th Annual Rock and Roll Hall of Fame Induction Ceremony at Nokia Theatre L.A. Live on April 18, 2013

Rolling Stone Selling Minority Stake To Heir Of Singaporean Billionaire

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Jann Wenner, the founder, has decided to sell a 49 percent stake in the magazine to BandLab Technologies, a bidding digital music service, headed by Kuok Meng Ru, the third son of Singaporean billionaire Kuok Khoon Hong.READ MORE

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Kim Kardashian's New 'Rolling Stone' Cover: 7 Things We Learned About Mrs. West

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Kim Kardashian opens up in latest cover interview with 'Rolling Stone.'READ MORE

UVA Rape Story - Rolling Stone

UVA Fraternity to Take Legal Action as 'Rolling Stone' Writer Keeps Job in Spite of Scandal

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Last November, 'Rolling Stone' published a horrifying story about an alleged gang rape on the campus of the University of Virginia. A woman named "Jackie" accused members of the Phi Kappa Psi fraternity of a brutal gang rape that shook the community and appalled readers of the publication. We now know that not only did the supposed facts not add up, but that those responsible for the piece never bothered to fact check. Sabrina Rubin Erdely interviewed Jackie eight times for the explosive story that we now know has been officially retracted, but never talked to her friends in spite of referencing them in the piece. The UVA fraternity will take legal action against the magazine while the wrtier will keep her job in spite of the scandal.READ MORE

Madonna performs at the 2015 Grammys

Madonna Has Advice for Kanye West on Awards Shows

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Madonna said in a recent Rolling Stone interview that Kanye West should know what he's in for when attending an awards show. What advice did she have for the singer?READ MORE

Kanye West

'Rolling Stone' Calls Kanye West's '808s & Heartbreak' One of the Most Groundbreaking Albums of All Time

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"Rolling Stone" recently recognized a few albums that have changed the game, and among them, Kanye West's "808s & Heartbreak" was named one of the "most groundbreaking albums of all time." Since its release, West's 2008 album has proven that hip-hop is not always about trap beats and toting guns. West's ability to try something different and succeed so effortlessly has made the album a standout in his discography. "Kanye West's Auto-Tune-heavy, emotionally naked fourth album came after a brutal year during which his mother died and his engagement broke up," the legendary music-based magazine wrote of the album. "But the album's cavernous sound and exposed-soul lyrics confused even those who had been aware of West's recent trials. "Its core aesthetic was like nothing in Hip Hop: freshly butchered feelings enumerated in detail, but masked by digital processing; beds of spare synths used to balance a mix of singing and rapping. However, over time it served as a new template for up-and-comers in Hip Hop and R&B. Drake cited West as his budding sound's 'most influential person' when he was hustling mixtapes, while artists like Future further tweaked the idea of using Auto-Tune as a way to convey emotions that evoke too much feeling when spoken of explicitly."READ MORE

'A Rape on Campus' appeared in last month's Rolling Stone

'Rolling Stone' Reveals Error in University of Virginia Gang Rape Story, Will Dana Issues Apology to Readers

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'Rolling Stone' published a gripping story last month about a gang rape that occurred at a house near the University of Virginia and involved student. Originally, the magazine reported that "Jackie" had been sexually assaulted at the Phi Kappa Psi fraternity house by multiple members of the chapter. The story made national headlines and the university began to investigate the incident internally. The fraternity issued a statement Friday (Dec. 5) that refuted some of the story's details, which caused RS Managing Editor Will Dana to publish a retraction of sorts.READ MORE

Jack White

Jack White Claims Foo Fighters Comment Was 'A Joke,' Rolling Stone Comments Probably Weren't

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It seems like anything that Jack White says these days is pretty newsworthy, and his "rant" at a concert in Boston last night concerning Foo Fighters and Rolling Stone is no exception. Just as White predicted, his comments indeed became click bait all across the Internet, but now he's taken a step back to offer some clarification of his comments.READ MORE

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