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Alicia Keys, Common and Snoop Dogg are among a bevy of stars to decry a grand jury’s decision that only one of the three police officers connected to the killing of Breonna Taylor while she slept...

Oprah Winfrey interviewed Mariah Carey about her upcoming memoir, The Meaning of Mariah Carey, where she discusses her personal journey, the struggles she faced growing up biracial and finding unconditional...

Stevie Wonder released a powerful video statement Wednesday that touched on the death of Breonna Taylor, the George Floyd protests and the divisiveness and untruthfulness of the Trump administration. “As...

Before Bob Marley, Toots Hibbert (with his vocal group the Maytals) was Jamaica’s biggest star. Hibbert, who died earlier this month, was a key figure in the invention of reggae (he may well have...

First-round Grammy voting gets underway on September 30th and runs through October 12th. For our 2021 Grammy preview issue, we asked a series of likely contenders for next year’s awards to reflect...

A new documentary, White Riot, will look back at how the punk scene in Great Britain came close to swinging to the far right, sparking a Rock Against Racism movement there in the mid-Seventies. The...

Colin Firth and Stanley Tucci are a married couple in troubling circumstances in Supernova, a new film directed by Harry Macqueen. Sam (Firth) and Tusker (Tucci) have been partners for 20 years; the...

The Killers offered the NFL’s Raiders a Las Vegas welcome with a zestful halftime performance of “Mr. Brightside” on Monday Night Football. “Hello, we’re the Killers,” singer Brandon Flowers...

Blood Orange’s Devonté Hynes will release the score to HBO miniseries We Are Who We Are on October 2nd via Milan Records. The album features 12 pieces written by Hynes for the coming-of-age drama,...

Neko Case has announced two outdoor, socially distanced shows in New England for this fall. The first concert will be held on Tuesday, October 13th, at South Farms in Morris, Connecticut, about two...

Bruce Springsteen is standing on a gravel driveway outside his house, squinting up at the sky. This morning, an early-August thunderstorm straight out of one of his own metaphors rumbled through New...

Neil Young has announced the complete track list for his long-awaited Archives Volume 2 box set along with a release date of November 20th. Spread chronologically across 10 discs, it begins with the...

Lady Gaga sat down with CBS Sunday Morning for an interview where the singer discussed her album Chromatica, her battles with depression and anxiety, her friendship with Elton John and her new book...

Bob Dylan welcomes fans to the first episode of his “Theme Time Radio Hour” in 11 years in one of three exclusive clips from the show ahead of Dylan’s Sirius XM return Monday. “Hello friends...

Ahead of the Replacements’ massive Pleased to Meet Me reissue, the album standout “Can’t Hardly Wait” has received an official music video highlighting the song’s remastered sound. The footage...

The country music community has been honoring the memory of Ruth Bader Ginsburg, following the Supreme Court Justice’s death on Friday at 87. On Saturday, Dolly Parton posted a poetic statement on...

Lee Kerslake, the longtime drummer for the metal band Uriah Heep who also played on Ozzy Osbourne’s first two solo albums, died Saturday at the age of 73 following a long battle with prostate cancer. Kerslake’s...

After hosting the ACM Awards this week and releasing a smoldering duet with Pink, Keith Urban drops his new album The Speed of Now Part 1. While Urban’s brand of up-tempo, rock-influenced country...

Could your weekend playlist use a little more seasoning? Rolling Stone Latin selects some of the best new music releases from Latin America, Spain and Portugal. Keep track of the latest in Latin...

Married duo fought through years of pain and trauma to become one of Nashville’s hottest acts ...