The Black Keys’ Patrick Carney and Amerie join us to talk about their entries on Rolling Stone’s list of the best songs of the 21st century
Soon after the MC5 changed rock forever, guitarist Wayne Kramer was in prison. Kramer, author of a new autobiography, looks back on one of rock's wildest lives
As Interpol prepare to release their strong new album, Marauder, frontman Paul Banks looks back on their entire career
Inside the new book "Strange Stars," which traces down the weird, fascinating synergy between classic rock and science fiction
Why has it taken seven years between Snow Patrol albums? Gary Lightbody tells all
Hitmaking songwriter Desmond Child goes deep into the making of "Livin' On A Prayer," "Dude Looks Like A Lady" and much more
Sam Waymon, Nina Simone's youngest brother, shares intimate memories of his genius sister with host Brian Hiatt
We explore the history behind streaming's conquest of downloads and CDs, and meet rising indie star Sophie Allison, a.k.a. Soccer Mommy
We go deep on the life of Bad Boy Records legend Craig Mack – as well as Jack White's new album and Rolling Stone cover story
The untold story of how an Irish genius found the roots to his masterpiece – in Boston
Casablancas and his bandmates break down their new album – and explain why "repeating the past is boring"
The Pumpkins just announced an arena tour – without bassist D'Arcy Wretzky. We look into what happened.
Inside Radiohead vs. Lana Del Rey, the copyright battle that set the Internet ablaze – plus, one of Clarence Clemons' final interviews
In his first major interview since Walter Becker's death, Fagen talks about their decades-long partnership
Rob Sheffield, Brittany Spanos and Brian Hiatt go track-by-track on Taylor's just-released new album
As a new Bowie documentary looms, a look at the star's insanely productive final years – plus, Nile Rodgers goes in-depth on making "Let's Dance."
Rob Sheffield and Brittany Spanos join host Brian Hiatt to break down Rob's ranked list of every single Taylor Swift song
In a deep, hilarious career-spanning conversation, Cooper talks about breaking up his original band, touring with Johnny Depp, his friendship with Glen Campbell, and much more – plus, he reviews the new Taylor Swift single.
Did the 2000s NYC rock scene change the world, or fizzle out? Or both? Lizzy Goodman, author of new oral history Meet Me in the Bathroom, joins host Brian Hiatt to discuss.
Hybrid Theory producer Don Gilmore and Machine Gun Kelly pay tribute to the late singer
Semisonic's Dan Wilson explains how to write hits for Adele, Taylor and the Dixie Chicks
Judas Priest's Rob Halford helps us discuss Rolling Stone's list of the 100 greatest metal albums ever
Dan Auerbach breaks down his wildly different new album, Waiting On A Song. Plus, Rolling Stone's Mark Binelli remembers his time with Gregg Allman
To celebrate the 50th anniversary of Sgt. Pepper's Lonely Hearts Club Band, David Crosby, the Monkees' Micky Dolenz and Cheap Trick's Rick Nielsen join us to go deep on the album that changed the world
Rob Sheffield, author of the new book Dreaming the Beatles, explains why the Fab Four will be relevant forever
In December 1970, Rolling Stone founder and publisher Jann Wenner sat down with John Lennon for what became one of the most legendary rock interviews ever, with Lennon's brutally honest thoughts on the Beatles' breakup and much more.
Crowe, the Rolling Stone legend turned filmmaker, talks about hanging with Harry, the art of the profile, Prince and his showbiz future
As Bob Dylan continues his latest unexpected career turn with his standards LP Triplicate, Empire Burlesque producer Arthur Baker joins us for an in-depth chat about the making of Dylan's most ultra-'80s album.
As Pearl Jam, Tupac Shakur and others get inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame, we look back at some of the greatest – and craziest – moments in past ceremonies, from Mike Love's fury to Prince's legendary guitar solo.