Aerosmith have moved the release date for "Music From Another Dimension," their first album in 11 years, back from August 28th to November 6th, frontman Steven Tyler revealed during a call to Cleveland radio station 100.7 WMMS.
Jonathan Demme can't get enough of Neil Young.
Yes, it's the end of days, something about an asteroid hurtling toward Earth.
Against Me! singer Laura Jane Grace says that coming out as transgender in a recent issue of Rolling Stone "completely ended my relationship with my father."
The Rolling Stones are strongly considering at least one live concert later this year to mark their 50th anniversary, Stones insiders tell Rolling Stone. Sources add that the band is still considering a tour in 2013.
No Doubt have revealed on their website that their first album in a decade will be titled Push and Shove, to be released on September 25th.
Sometimes a movie comes out of nowhere and wins you over.
Charlie Sheen looks back on his rocky past while plotting the next phase of his career in the new issue of Rolling Stone, on newsstands Friday.
Even with just 10 tracks and no session details, this companion to Martin Scorsese's 2011 documentary deserves a brass--band welcome.
Eminem revealed that he has started work on his next solo record during an interview with Hot 97's Peter Rosenberg this morning.
Traveling hip-hop festival Rock the Bells has announced its lineup.
So here's the great pop album everybody was hoping Adam Lambert would make, ever since he ran wild on "American Idol" three years ago.
André 3000 is set to star in "All Is by My Side," the long-awaited Jimi Hendrix biopic, according to the Irish Film and Television Network.
Vampire Weekend's headlining gig at the Pitchfork Music Festival in July will mark the band's first live performance in nearly a year, but the Brooklyn-based indie rockers have been keeping busy.
When we spoke to former Guns N' Roses drummer Steven Adler in December he was still hoping that Axl Rose would come to his senses and agree to perform with the group at the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame induction ceremony.
Anderson Cooper takes a look back at the life of The Band's Levon Helm and his many contributions to music.
Metallica, Stevie Wonder and Neil Young and Crazy Horse will anchor the 2012 edition of Outside Lands, to be held in San Francisco's Golden Gate Park on August 10-12.
If you're over the age of 17 and live in America, odds are high that you didn't hear about the British boy band One Direction until some time in the last two months.
The past month has been a time of frenzied activity for Bruce Springsteen and the E Street Band.
When Mötley Crüe announced late last year they'd be taking up temporary residency in Las Vegas at the Hard Rock Hotel's Joint, it was one of those ideas that seemed so perfect the only question was, "What took so long?"
The times they are a-changin'. For the first time in history, digital music sales topped the physical sale of music.
The FX television series "Sons of Anarchy" is known for its brutal depiction of biker life in the fictional town of Charming, California, but another hallmark of the series is its clever use of independent music.
More than a year after remarks he made in a controversial Rolling Stone article cost him his job, retired Gen. Stanley McChrystal is heading back to Afghanistan -- at the invitation of the country's presidential palace.
On Blondie's self-released ninth album, the New York new wave greats fold the present into their past -- from a "Tide Is High"-tinged cover of Brooklyn avant-folkies Beirut to a "Dreaming"-like basher with a melody via TV on the Radio.
Colin Meloy of The Decemberists tells CNN's Brooke Baldwin how R.E.M. influenced his music.
Young, pretty Annabel (Mia Wasikowska) is dying of cancer.
No band makes sketchy hookups sound as magnificently wholesome as this country pop juggernaut: See 2008's frisky "Lookin' for a Good Time" and, here, "We Owned the Night," an idealized one-nighter that might've just been a wet dream.
"Making Achtung Baby is the reason we're here now," Bono says early on in Davis Guggenheim's new U2 documentary, "From The Sky Down," which premiered at the Toronto International Film Festival on Thursday night.
In a shift away from the rock and blues sounds that normally soundtrack the Louisiana-based show, "True Blood" music supervisor Gary Calamar confirms to Rolling Stone that this Sunday's episode will feature Taylor Swift's "Haunted."
For the second time in a year, a top U.S. general has been cleared of allegations raised in a Rolling Stone article after an investigation by the Defense Department Inspector General.
A military officer trained in using psychological tactics to influence the emotions and actions of enemy troops told CNN Thursday her unit was ordered to used those skills to manipulate visiting lawmakers into securing more troops and funding for the war in Afghanistan.
CNN's John King talks to Sen. Jack Reed regarding psy-ops allegations in Rolling Stone magazine.
Rolling Stone film critic, Peter Travers, didn't hate it, but says this "Hangover" isn't quite as fun as the first one.
"Like a Rolling Stone" (Highway 61 Revisited, 1965) By Bono
They say Bob Dylan is the most secretive and elusive person in the entire rock & roll substructure, but after doing this interview, I think it would be closer to the point to say that Dylan, like John Wesley Harding, was "never known to make a foolish move."
Elton John's fingers froze up midway through an outdoor performance following a screening of "The Union" last evening, the opening night of the Tribeca Film Festival. "Please excuse any wrong notes," he said to the crowd. "My hands are like ice!"
New probe into an Rolling Stone article on Gen. McChrystal finds he nor any of his aides did anything wrong.
Fresh off their Grammy and Juno victories, Arcade Fire played a surprise show on Tuesday at the Hotel Oloffson in earthquake-battered Port-Au-Prince, Haiti.
Mumford & Sons aren't about to take it easy now that they've hit the big time.
Jennifer Lawrence, the 20-year-old Oscar nominee for Best Actress, is sitting in a fancy Manhattan hotel sipping tea and feeling a little out of place.
Mourners will gather Friday to say goodbye to a Ugandan gay rights activist who was beaten to death with a hammer in his home near the capital.
A Ugandan gay rights activist whose name was published on a list of the nation's "top homosexuals" was bludgeoned to death in his home near the capital, his lawyer said Thursday.
Bob Dylan has signed a six-book deal with Simon & Schuster, according to Crain's New York Business, encompassing two sequels to his acclaimed 2004 book "Chronicles: Volume One" as well as another book based on dialogue from his Sirius/XM radio show "Theme Time Radio Hour."
The Ugandan high court has banned all media outlets in the country from publishing lists identifying people they claim are gay after advocacy groups filed a lawsuit.
5. Arcade Fire, "We Used to Wait"
It was surprising enough to see Bruce Springsteen performing Willow Smith's "Whip My Hair" with Jimmy Fallon (as Neil Young) earlier this week -- let alone doing it as his bearded 1970s self. Fallon tells Rolling Stone how it all came together.
The following is an excerpt of an article from the new issue of Rolling Stone. This issue is available on newstands Friday, as well online in Rolling Stone's digital archive.
Eminem reveals in a new "Rolling Stones" article he has trust issues with women and that it's hard for him to date.
A judge temporarily ordered a tabloid in Uganda to stop publishing lists identifying people it claims are gay after an advocacy organization filed a lawsuit.
The editor of a tabloid in Uganda who argues that homosexuality is more dangerous than smoking, has published a list of 10 gay and lesbian people in the African nation, urging readers to report them to the police.
CNN's David McKenzie interviews Stosh Mugisha, a Ugandan woman forced to move from her home because she is gay.
A lesbian tells how she and her partner fled when a mob surrounded her house in Uganda where homosexuality is illegal.
The member of the Ugandan Parliament behind a controversial "anti-gay" bill that would call for stiff penalties against homosexuality -- including life imprisonment and the death penalty -- says that the bill will become law "soon."
In its first season, "Glee" featured some weirdly eclectic song choices: Remember "Thong Song" and "Sweet Caroline" in the "Mash-Up" episode? But in the season-two premiere on September 21, the show will outdo itself.
Mere months after Rolling Stone named Gnarls Barkley's "Crazy" one of Best Songs of the 2000s, the singing half of to duo, Atlanta rapper-gone-crooner Cee Lo Green, now finds himself in contention for the best track of 2010 with the viral, retro-soul sensation "F--- You."
Two days after U2 opened their European summer tour, on August 6 at Olympic Stadium in Turin, Italy, the band's singer, Bono, sat in his home near Nice, France -- his back to the early-afternoon sun and Mediterranean sea breezes pouring through the open windows -- and spoke excitedly and gratefully of his life over the previous few months: the moment he felt something go very wrong in his back, while in training for a North American tour; his emergency operation on May 21 in Munich for a herniated disk in his spine; the six weeks he spent in a hospital bed; and his entrance on stage in Turin, to the furious-guitar strains of "Return of the Sting Ray Guitar," one of the many new songs U2 have been writing and recording in recent months.
The Rolling Stone magazine journalist whose article about Gen. Stanley McChrystal helped end the Afghanistan commander's career has been denied permission to embed with a military unit in Afghanistan, a Pentagon spokesman told CNN Wednesday.
"Rolling Stone" contributor Michael Hastings talks about the article that could cost the general his job.
A Defense Department memo obtained by CNN Monday outlines "consensus recommendations" on how the U.S. military should interact with members of the media in relation to the war in Afghanistan.
A controversial and leading U.S. general is in line to oversee the wars in Iraq and Afghanistan, according to U.S. Defense Secretary Robert Gates.
Defense Secretary Robert Gates announces Gen. James Mattis will replace Gen. David Petraeus as the new CENTCOM commander.
CNN's Larry King talks with his panel about their reaction to the announcement of Gen. Stanley McCrystal's retirement.
In the Rolling Stone article that got him fired, Gen. Stanley McChrystal says of the aides who surround him "I'd die for them. And they'd die for me." But the military men around McChrystal are now silent.
Sec. Gates and Adm. Mullen say they support President Obama's decision to relieve Gen. McChrystal of his command.
Gen. David Petraeus told CNN on Thursday that he supports President Barack Obama's July 2011 deadline to start withdrawing U.S. troops from Afghanistan, a key point of contention between the president and many of his Republican critics in Congress.
People are losing their jobs left and right these days, and it's not because of the economy. It's because of what they say.
Defense Secretary Robert Gates said Thursday that he agrees with President Obama's decision to replace Gen. Stanley McChrystal with Gen. David Petraeus as the top U.S. commander in Afghanistan.
The former supreme allied commander of NATO, retired Gen. Wesley Clark, voiced support for President Barack Obama's decision to effectively fire the commander of the Afghanistan war, Gen. Stanley McChrystal.
Two leaders have been called on to resign this week by critics and media analysts. Both men damaged their credibility by their own actions and no one else's.
Just knowing she's Lady Gaga helps her get through the day
"American Idol" finalist Adam Lambert poses with a snake for the cover of Rolling Stone magazine.
"American Idol" runner-up Adam Lambert confirmed publicly what he assumed everyone already knew: He is gay.
Hulk Hogan said his comments to Rolling Stone magazine that he can "totally understand" O.J. Simpson -- the former football great found liable for the deaths of his wife and another man -- are being misunderstood.
Showbiz Tonight's AJ Hammer and his panel discuss the recent comments by former pro wrestler, Hulk Hogan.
Pro wrestling legend Hulk Hogan, embroiled in a bitter divorce with his wife, Linda, told Rolling Stone magazine he can "totally understand" O.J. Simpson, the former football great found liable for the deaths of his wife and another man.
Paul Simon and Art Garfunkel are getting their group back together this spring for a reunion tour of Asia and Australia, according to a source close to the group.
Michael Jackson's publicist wants you to know that, despite a tabloid report to the contrary, the 50-year-old singer "is in fine health."
David Letterman wants to stick with CBS' Late Show through his contract -- and maybe longer
Not only have the Jonas Brothers notched the year's third-biggest debut album, they've managed the rare feat of having two albums in the top 10 at the same time
There was a time when Amy Winehouse was as talked about for her talent as she was for her behavior.
ITN's Nick Thatcher reports on Amy Winehouse's latest visit to a London hospital.
Kid Rock claims that ex-wife Pamela Anderson lied about having a miscarriage after they had marital spat last year.
High School Musical's Zac Efron gets revealing on the cover of Rolling Stone this week - and his girlfriend, costar Vanessa Hudgens, is a fan of the shirtless look.
Those gruesome news reports from the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame ceremony the other night remind me of a conclusion I came to a few years back. Rock and roll is dead. Rest in peace.
Yoko Ono has apologized to Paul McCartney for insinuating that his songs are trite.
Journalist and author Hunter S. Thompson, who unleashed the concept of "gonzo journalism" in books like "Fear and Loathing in Las Vegas," fatally shot himself in the head Sunday at his home near Aspen, Colorado, police and his family said.
R&B crooner Usher swears he has no beef with Justin Timberlake.
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