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Music Review: Lena Fayre – ‘OKO’

Lena Fayre - Oko

These are songs that paint a portrait of the artist as a young girl. Read More »

Book Review: ‘The Boys on the Bus’ by Timothy Crouse


Nothing was off limits anymore to reporters -- a candidate's family, his donors, blunders, even medical history. Read More »

Music Review: Paul Kelly – Spring and Fall

Australian superstar Paul Kelly has released his first new studio album in five years. Read More »

Book Review: Fear and Loathing at Rolling Stone: The Essential Writing of Hunter S. Thompson, Edited by Jann S. Wenner

An essential book for Hunter S. Thompson fans. Read More »

Music Review: Paul Kelly – Paul Kelly’s Greatest Hits – Songs From The South Volumes 1 & 2

One of Australia's brilliant and respected artists finally exports the best of his music to the United States. Read More »

Interview: Photographer Baron Wolman on The Rolling Stone Years

Photographer Baron Wolman's new book collects the stories and images captured during his three years at Rolling Stone magazine Read More »

Music Review: Lelia Broussard – Masquerade

Lelia Broussard attracts the attention of Atlantic Records and Rolling Stone Read More »

Hello, I Must Be Going: The Retirement of Phil Collins

The real—and untold—stories of the retirement of Phil Collins. Read More »

Music Review: The Allman Brothers – Eat A Peach

The Allman Brothers: Chapter 4. Read More »

Music Review: Phil Spector – Wall Of Sound: The Very Best Of Phil Spector 1961-1966

Phil Spector's Wall Of Sound turns 50. Read More »