Rolling Stone

Will Dana Leaves Rolling Stone With Lawsuits, Scandal in His Wake

Will Dana, the long-time managing editor of Rolling Stone magazine, is leaving the iconic music publication amid continuing fallout since he was forced to retract a story about an alleged gang rape at the prestigious University of Virginia. Although Dana technically wasn’t fired, he’ll leave next month without another job lined up. Rolling Stone was launched in the 1960s by Jann Wenner, 69. He continues to be listed on the masthead as Editor....

Selena Gomez: I’m Supporting Lorde, Even If She Does’t Like Me

Selena Gomez was dissed mightily by New Zealand pop sensation Lorde along with several other singers, including Taylor Swift and Justin Bieber. But Selena isn't getting mad, she’s killing her with kindness. Lorde, 17, was asked to comment about her contemporaries in a recent Rolling Stone interview and she didn't mince words....

Joan Jett Fires Up New Album at NY’s Santos House (photos, video)

Joan Jett, rocked Santos House last night in New York City as part of her promotional tour for her 10th studio album Unvarnished. Her new music is raw as it was four decades ago when she shattered the glass ceiling for women in rock ‘n roll. Jett, 55, was immortalized in film by Kristen Stewart in 2010′s “The Runaways,” which highlighted her ground-breaking career with the band....

Jim Morrison, Doors Ride Again for 40th Anniversary

Jim Morrison and The Doors final album, L.A. Woman, from 1971, is being celebrated with a special two-CD release from Rhino Records and a behind-the-scenes DVD/Blu-Ray from our friends at Eagle Rock Entertainment. The album included The Door's signature hits “Love Her Madly,” “Riders On The Storm” and the iconic album title track. The Rhino release features a never before-heard song, “She Smells So Nice.”...