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The writers and editors of Rolling Stone take you inside the biggest stories in music. Featuring interviews with our favorite artists; what's playing in the office; expert insight on the week's biggest music news; and much more.

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The writers and editors of Rolling Stone take you inside the biggest stories in music. Featuring interviews with our favorite artists; what's playing in the office; expert insight on the week's biggest music news; and much more.

    Robert Plant and Alison Krauss: The Rolling Stone Interview

    Robert Plant and Alison Krauss: The Rolling Stone Interview

    Plant and Krauss on their new album, the legacy of Led Zeppelin and 'O Brother, Where Art Thou?,' surviving the '80s and much, much more, in an in-depth conversation with host Brian Hiatt
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    Inside the Tragedy at Astroworld Festival

    Inside the Tragedy at Astroworld Festival

    How did 10 people die at a Travis Scott concert? An in-depth look at one of the worst concert tragedies in years, with on-the scene reporting and more – Ethan Millman, Jeff Ihaza and concert-safety expert Paul Wertheimer join host Brian Hiatt
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    • 46 min
    Taylor Swift's Catalog, Ranked – and A Look at Taylor's Versions

    Taylor Swift's Catalog, Ranked – and A Look at Taylor's Versions

    We discuss Rob Sheffield's revamped, ranked list of Taylor Swift's songs, with Rob joining Brittany Spanos and host Brian Hiatt – and discuss the work-intensive Taylor's Versions project
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    • 51 min
    Snoop Dogg: The Rolling Stone Interview

    Snoop Dogg: The Rolling Stone Interview

    Snoop looks back on the making of his biggest songs with Dr. Dre and Pharrell, previews next year's Super Bowl halftime show, explains how he squashed his beef with Eminem, shares memories of Tupac and Biggie, discusses his new album 'The Algorithm,' and much more in an in-depth interview with host Brian Hiatt
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    • 46 min
    The Wizardry of Young Thug

    The Wizardry of Young Thug

    We look at Young Thug's long and wildly innovative path to his new album 'Punk,' with Jeff Ihaza joining host Brian Hiatt for the discussion
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    • 49 min
    The Dark Side of Eric Clapton

    The Dark Side of Eric Clapton

    Clapton has become a vocal skeptic of COVID-19 vaccines – and once went on a "full-tilt racist" rant. David Browne, author of Rolling Stone's blockbuster new report on Clapton, joins host Brian Hiatt to discuss the untold story of a rock icon. Plus: the English Beat's Dave Wakeling shares memories of Clapton's infamous 1976 stage tantrum.
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1SoccerStud ,

Justice for “Take on Me” lol

Good podcast series but how can you talk about the greatest music videos of all time for an hour and barely mention the name of “Take on Me” by Aha? There are entire podcasts and documentaries about this iconic video. Big miss.

Gruvymn ,

Douchenozzles With A Platform

Every once in a while I’ll come back to this because of the subject matter. RS has access to so many musicians with actual talent. But I can’t suffer this group of pompous morons who have no real job or life experience and thus never developed the intellectual maturity to realize music is subjective and taste and opinions are developed through an infinite combination of complex individual experience. The music that you relate to doesn’t make you somehow worthy or superior. Instead, these fools nurture and laud their pointless points of view (to quote Billy Joel who these talentless hacks love to bash) like objective fact. Your opinions aren’t important. And they’re not true. I have a PhD and work in healthcare actually affecting people’s lives while conducting research to improve society. No, I’m not stupid because I enjoy Joel, Sanmy Hagar, or the Eagles. And yes my tastes are much broader, from Bach up to Autotune. But when creepers like Brian Hiatt use terms like ‘dad rock’ while gushing over teenage female pop sensations to desperately grasp at relevance all I can think is yes, I listen to dad rock and as a dad I’m smart enough to keep my children away slimy stilted adolescents who host this podcast.

onekneedownmoto ,

Gotten sneakier

Like many podcasts, you guys have started to try and sneak ads in mid-sentence into the content of the show.

This is an act of desperation. This tells me you’re seeing the numbers, and listeners are ffd-ing thru them so you’ve resorted to desperation and trickery.

It doesn’t work. I still skip every single one of them.

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