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Rolling Stone

Feb 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

Dua’s Disco Defiance

An Indie Talent Rethinks Everything • After two acclaimed LPs, Julien Baker slowed down and wrestled with sobriety

RS Charts • THE BIGGEST ARTISTS, ALBUMS, AND SONGS OF TODAY

Chloé Zhao’s Long Road to Hollywood • With her lyrical film ‘Nomadland’ and Marvel’s upcoming ‘The Eternals,’ the director has arrived

D.C. ROCK CITY

Joan Baez’s Portraits of Peace

The Ballad of Justin Townes Earle • He was a brilliant songwriter who built his own legend, but couldn’t outrun the darkness that came with it

Bad Bunny • On his string of historic successes, fusing reggaeton with alt-rock, and why he’s looking for a new hobby

How the Democrats Can Save Themselves • Despite big victories, there are signs of trouble for Team Blue. What is the party’s best path forward?

Forgiving Student Debt Alone Won’t Fix the Crisis

Dancing in the Dark • How Dua Lipa ignored the trends, turned herself into a ‘female alpha,’ and became the breakout pop star of the pandemic era by delivering the modern disco classic we didn’t know we needed

Artists to Watch • Ten new musicians who are blazing paths, scoring big hits, and reshaping pop, hip-hop, Latin, punk, country, and more in 2021

The Spirit of Neil Peart • Rush’s virtuoso drum hero lived by his own rules, to the very end. For the first time since Peart’s passing, his bandmates and widow discuss his legacy and his final years

The Revolutionary Vision of David Fincher • The boundary-pushing director reflects on his career, Hollywood’s golden past, and its perilous future

Highway to Hell • The $300 million Kabul-Kandahar road was meant to be a symbol of the new Afghanistan. But a dangerous trip down it today reveals everything that has gone wrong in America’s longest war

Music

T.V.

Movies

Nancy Sinatra • The singer-actor on Elvis, Black Lives Matter, and what her father taught her


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Frequency: Monthly Pages: 84 Publisher: Wenner Media Edition: Feb 01 2021

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  • Release date: February 2, 2021

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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

Dua’s Disco Defiance

An Indie Talent Rethinks Everything • After two acclaimed LPs, Julien Baker slowed down and wrestled with sobriety

RS Charts • THE BIGGEST ARTISTS, ALBUMS, AND SONGS OF TODAY

Chloé Zhao’s Long Road to Hollywood • With her lyrical film ‘Nomadland’ and Marvel’s upcoming ‘The Eternals,’ the director has arrived

D.C. ROCK CITY

Joan Baez’s Portraits of Peace

The Ballad of Justin Townes Earle • He was a brilliant songwriter who built his own legend, but couldn’t outrun the darkness that came with it

Bad Bunny • On his string of historic successes, fusing reggaeton with alt-rock, and why he’s looking for a new hobby

How the Democrats Can Save Themselves • Despite big victories, there are signs of trouble for Team Blue. What is the party’s best path forward?

Forgiving Student Debt Alone Won’t Fix the Crisis

Dancing in the Dark • How Dua Lipa ignored the trends, turned herself into a ‘female alpha,’ and became the breakout pop star of the pandemic era by delivering the modern disco classic we didn’t know we needed

Artists to Watch • Ten new musicians who are blazing paths, scoring big hits, and reshaping pop, hip-hop, Latin, punk, country, and more in 2021

The Spirit of Neil Peart • Rush’s virtuoso drum hero lived by his own rules, to the very end. For the first time since Peart’s passing, his bandmates and widow discuss his legacy and his final years

The Revolutionary Vision of David Fincher • The boundary-pushing director reflects on his career, Hollywood’s golden past, and its perilous future

Highway to Hell • The $300 million Kabul-Kandahar road was meant to be a symbol of the new Afghanistan. But a dangerous trip down it today reveals everything that has gone wrong in America’s longest war

Music

T.V.

Movies

Nancy Sinatra • The singer-actor on Elvis, Black Lives Matter, and what her father taught her


Expand title description text