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Nicki Bluhm has excellent cowboy boots and a down-home friendliness about her, so you could be forgiven for assuming she's a southerner. That is, until the alt-country-and-soul singer – who's performed with Phil Lesh, Bob Weir, Chris Robinson and The Avett Brothers, as well solo and with her band, the Gramblers – tells you she grew up riding horses every summer in Monterey, on the same county

This article originally appeared on Nicki Bluhm on Playing Monterey Pop, Losing Fans Over Travel Ban Protest Song

After years of plugging away, REO Speedwagon finally topped the charts with 1980's Hi Infidelity — and they didn't waste time with their follow-up effort.

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Former Black Sabbath drummer and co-founder Bill Ward is selling over 200 pieces of studio- and stage-used gear. The Official Bill Ward Reverb Shop, opening

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In October of 2005, Bono was down in Cancun, Mexico relaxing before U2 kicked off the second leg of their Vertigo Tour when he sat down with Rolling Stone founder Jann Wenner for a cover story interview. The discussion lasted for over ten hours across two

This article originally appeared on Bono on How U2 Began Inside Larry Mullen Jr.'s Kitchen, 1976

Prince & the Revolution, Purple Rain
The first major release of material from the late auteur's vault expands upon the stellar soundtrack from his 1984 film.
Read Our Feature: Prince's Epic Purple Rain Tour: An Oral

This article originally appeared on 10 New Albums to Stream Now: Rolling Stone Editors' Picks

Netflix's upcoming Gypsy series, starring Naomi Watts as a therapist on the verge of personal and professional disaster, was strongly inspired by Fleetwood Mac's 1982 hit "Gypsy."

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Liam Gallagher will release his new album As You Were, the former Oasis singer's first solo LP, this October, with a North American tour to follow in November.

As You Were, which features Gallagher's

This article originally appeared on Liam Gallagher Announces New LP 'As You Were,' First Solo U.S. Tour

Electro-pop singer Halsey labeled Migos rapper

This article originally appeared on Halsey on Collaborator Quavo: 'I Don't Think He's Inherently Homophobic'

Vince Staples has dropped his new video for "Rain Come Down," a Ty Dolla $ign collaboration off the rapper's just-released new LP The Big Fish Theory. "Rain Come Down" also marks Sprite's "first-ever music video," as the rapper is a spokesperson for the soft

This article originally appeared on Watch Vince Staples Wander Desert in 'Rain Come Down' Video

Several weeks after going on record as saying "now's the time" for Van Halen to reunite its classic rhythm section and put together a tour with David Lee Roth and Sammy Hagar.

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Shortly before hitting the road for his most extensive tour in recent memory, Sammy Hagar phoned up Rolling Stone to share the wisdom he's learned over the years as part of our ongoing Last Word interview series. We talked about everything from the

This article originally appeared on The Last Word: Sammy Hagar on James Brown, Trump, His Ideal Van Halen Reunion

Co-founding Black Sabbath drummer Bill Ward is set to launch an official shop via where he's selling more than 200 pieces of authentic gear used in the studio and on tour.

The Official Bill Ward Reverb Shop is set to open on June 28...

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It's impossible to overstate Judas Priest's importance to the evolution of metal. The band formed about a year after Black Sabbath and by the late-Seventies, they'd given the genre a makeover with a twin-guitar assault, faster tempos and a black-leather look that would forever change the way metalheads

This article originally appeared on Judas Priest's Rob Halford: My 10 Favorite Metal Albums