Rolling Stone on Yahoo Music

  • Geto Boys' Scarface Hospitalized

    Geto Boys member Scarface suffered from an unspecified medical condition that forced the rapper to be hospitalized on June 30th. According to the Geto Boys' Kickstarter – where the horrorcore trio of Willie D, Scarface and Bushwick Bill are raising money for their new LP Habeas Corpus –...

    Rolling Stone
  • The Grateful Dead Say Farewell: The View From the Bowl

    A definition of symmetry: On May 5th, 1965, the Warlocks – a San Francisco rock band that would soon rename themselves the Grateful Dead – played their first show at a pizza parlor, Magoo's, in Menlo Park. Fifty years later, on July 5th, I saw the surviving members of the...

    Rolling Stone
  • Hear John Lydon Rant About Plumbing on New Public Image Ltd. Song

    "Give me a row right now," John Lydon sings on Public Image Ltd.'s new single, "Double Trouble," which in reality was sparked by an argument he had with his wife over fixing a toilet. The track, which will appear on the post-punk group's upcoming new album What...

    Rolling Stone
  • Luke Bryan to Duet With Little Big Town's Karen Fairchild on New Album

    When Luke Bryan releases his fifth studio album Kill the Lights on August 7th, he'll do so with one tantalizing duet. Karen Fairchild of Little Big Town joins the stadium headliner on the song "Home Alone Tonight." The track list for Bryan's upcoming LP was released this morning. The addition of...

    Rolling Stone
  • Garth Brooks Is Country Music's Highest Paid Celebrity in 2015

    Country music tours continue to generate big bucks, but according to Forbes, the real money is in the boxing ring. The financial publication's latest list of world's highest-paid celebrities is topped by the one-two punch of boxer Floyd Mayweather at Number One, pulling in $300 million for his...

    Rolling Stone
  • Dead Weather to Return With New Album 'Dodge & Burn'

    The Dead Weather will return in September with their long-promised third full-length, Dodge & Burn. The band has issued two singles over the past few years, with the record containing remixed versions of all four of those songs (A sides: "Open Up (That's Enough)" and "Buzzkill(er)"), as well as...

    Rolling Stone
  • Logan Mize: 'I'm Not Afraid to Write a Stupid Song'

    When Logan Mize released his Pawn Shop Guitar EP earlier this year, it marked an important step forward for the singer: his first major label project. He's put out two albums independently, but the goal was always to end up in the big leagues. "Being an independent artist, I was...

    Rolling Stone
  • Charanjit Singh, Acid House Pioneer, Dead at 75

    Charanjit Singh, a Bollywood composer and session musician that became an accidental pioneer in acid house music, passed away Sunday at his home in Mumbai, India. He was 75. The Wire reports that Singh died in his sleep.  In 1982, after decades working in Bollywood and releasing cover albums of…

    Rolling Stone
  • Lindsay Ell Talks Female Guitarists and Luke Bryan Lessons

    Lindsay Ell recently returned from touring Europe with Luke Bryan, and she credits that experience with helping her reach a new level of artistry. "Luke is an incredible performer, but then you get to meet the guy behind the music, and he's just a great human being," she tells...

    Rolling Stone
  • Barack Obama Pens Tribute to 'Iconic' Grateful Dead

    As the Grateful Dead prepare to bid you goodnight with one final Fare Thee Well show at Chicago's Soldier Field Sunday night, President Barack Obama, a longtime Chicagoan, has paid tribute to the long-running jam legends with a message congratulating the group on their 50th anniversary and enduring…

    Rolling Stone
  • Dr. Dre Praises J Dilla, Talks N.W.A Biopic on 'Pharmacy'

    Dr. Dre opened up The Pharmacy Saturday night on Apple Music's Beats 1, and the G-Funk extraordinaire used his debut hour-long radio program to praise the late J Dilla as well as discuss the upcoming N.W.A biopic Straight Outta Compton. "There's actually a lot of producers that I...

    Rolling Stone
  • The Grateful Dead Say Farewell: The View From the Balcony

    In 1968, only three years into their long, strange trip, the Grateful Dead came up with a radical idea for sharing their already singular, performing alchemy. Instead of taking their live experience to America city by city, they would bring the multitudes to the mountain. "We used to fantasize…

    Rolling Stone
  • Dr. Dre Reveals His 'Pharmacy' Beats 1 Premiere Date

    One of the biggest exclusives on the newly launched Apple Music was the opening of The Pharmacy, a Beats 1 radio show hosted by Dr. Dre. At last, the Doctor has announced his office hours: The Pharmacy will debut July 4th at 6 p.m. EST. The hour-long program will broadcast new...

    Rolling Stone
  • The Dead Live Again: What's Changed (and What Hasn't) at Soldier Field

    Last night, the surviving "core four" members of the Grateful Dead began their three-night stand at Chicago's Soldier Field after two earlier, quasi-warmup shows in Santa Clara, California, the weekend before. With it came the return not only of a certain sound — in last night's case, the…

    Rolling Stone
  • Lil Wayne Drops 'Free Weezy Album' on Tidal

    While Lil Wayne still waits to declare independence from Cash Money Records, the rapper has dropped a Fourth of July gift for fans: His long-awaited Free Weezy Album, now dubbed simply FWA. The mixtape comes a month after the rapper first announced that he was joining Jay Z's streaming venture...

    Rolling Stone
  • Hear David Bowie's Rare, Original 'Holy Holy' From 1971

    David Bowie will kick off a series of box sets later this year with the 10-album Five Years: 1969 – 1973, which includes a two-disc compilation of non-album singles, rare versions of songs and B sides called Re:Call 1. One of the most notable outtakes is the rare,...

    Rolling Stone
  • Martina McBride's July 4th Performance to Stream Live

    Twenty-one years after releasing "Independence Day" — a song about a mother's escape from an abusive relationship on the Fourth of July — Martina McBride is gearing up to headline Nashville's biggest July 4th celebration to date.  McBride, whose Everlasting Tour stretches until late October, tops…

    Rolling Stone
  • Aphex Twin Alter Ego AFX Preps New EP, Releases New Song

    Aphex Twin returned last year after a nearly 13-year absence with the lauded LP Syro, and now mastermind Richard D. James has revived his other alter ego, AFX, who will drop a new EP, Orphaned Deejay Selek (2006-2008) on August 21st via Warp. Album cut "Serge Fenix Rendered 2" is currently...

    Rolling Stone
  • Watch Cassadee Pope Sing 'Invincible' From Sassier Second Album

    Cassadee Pope's first solo single, "Wasting All These Tears" follows a long tradition of devastating, pop-country power-ballads. The track opens with the singer prostrate "on the bathroom floor," so distraught that her "loneliness was rattling the windows." This tune remains the Florida native's…

    Rolling Stone
  • We Saw Rihanna Hold Nearly 100 Fans Hostage in Los Angeles

    Last night in Los Angeles, Rihanna celebrated the debut of her tough, NSFW video for "Bitch Better Have My Money" by taking hostages. Nearly 100 fans were invited to a Tidal-sponsored event, blindfolded and then put onto luxury buses with the windows covered by black curtains — destination…

    Rolling Stone