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Ozzy Osbourne will reunite with longtime guitarist Zakk Wylde for a summer tour that marks the 30th anniversary of when the two first collaborated together.
The Black Sabbath singer and Wylde first teamed up in 1987 when the guitarist replaced Osbourne's then-guitarist Jake E. Lee. Wylde contributed to
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Fyre Festival, the music fest that was supposed to take place over two weekends on a private island in the Bahamas with headliners such as Blink-182, Migos and Major Lazer, collapsed Thursday night in a quagmire of broken sewer pipes and delayed
This article originally appeared on www.rollingstone.com: Fyre Festival Head Billy McFarland: 'We Were a Little Naive'
In retrospect, Gunnar Wilmot, who works in New York commercial real estate, should have known something was wrong with the Fyre Festival when organizers in the Bahamas immediately served tequila and rosé. "I think they wanted us to be drunk enough to not complain," says Wilmot, 28, who arrived at rapper Ja Rule and entrepreneur Billy McFarland's festival on a private island in the Bahamas
This article originally appeared on www.rollingstone.com: Fyre Fest Attendee Describes Chaotic Scene: 'It Was Just a Nightmare'
The use of public office for private gain is the textbook definition of corruption. In very recent memory, it was generally accepted in America that corruption – even the mere appearance of – was a very bad thing. That's why the U.S. has constitutional prohibitions, laws and norms aimed at eliminating the possibility of government officials using their positions to line their own
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There is way too much good stuff floating around there as we close out the fourth month on the calendar. The eagerly awaited TV adaptation of Margaret Atwood's dystopian classic, The Handmaid's Tale, finally debuted on Hulu, Trevor Noah is finally hitting his stride on The Daily Show and the story of how one of the biggest newspapers in the world writes about the dead is well
This article originally appeared on www.rollingstone.com: Culture Index: Trevor Noah, 'Handmaid's Tale,' Tom Scharpling and More
There's no sugar coating the first 100 days of the Trump administration. A merciless deportation regime, respecting no difference between hard-working strivers and "bad hombres," has struck fear into the hearts of millions of immigrants and broken up families, exiling
This article originally appeared on www.rollingstone.com: How America Survived Trump's First 100 Days
The title track of Tyler Farr's 2015 album Suffer in Peace hints at an existential crisis in the wake of a devastating breakup – nursing his wounds, he longs for solitude and hopes to find salvation in the Bible. Farr's latest, "I Should Go to Church Sometime" takes the idea a step farther as the singer struggles with his faith and decisions.
"Saw a man on the sidewalk,
This article originally appeared on www.rollingstone.com: Hear Tyler Farr's Cathartic New Song 'I Should Go to Church Sometime'
InfoWars host Alex Jones lost primary custody of his children just before midnight Thursday after a nine-day trial in Texas. For the past two weeks, the 43-year-old, Austin-based talk-radio host was battling his ex-wife, Kelly Jones, for parental rights of their three kids, ages nine, 12 and 14. But this was no ordinary custody case. Instead, it was an on-the-record view into the mind
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On April 29th, 1992, four police officers – Stacey Koon, Theodore J. Briseno, Timothy Wind and Lawrence Powell – were found not guilty for using excessive force in the March 3, 1991 arrest of Rodney King, a beating that had been surreptitiously videotaped and then broadcasted around the world. Hours after the conclusion of the trial, rioting began in South Central Los Angeles, and then spread
This article originally appeared on www.rollingstone.com: 15 Songs That Predicted the L.A. Riots
"Man, look at it out there,"Justin Simien says, gesturing to the window of the hotel suite he's currently holding court in. It's early February, and the city has just been hit by a blizzard that feels damn near Biblical; the streets below us, as well as the whole of Madison Square Park, are covered by an endless blanket of eye-blinding white. "It's like New York has been covered in
This article originally appeared on www.rollingstone.com: 'Dear White People': The Story Behind Netflix's Controversial, Must-See Comedy
It can be tempting for any artist to approach their late-night television debut with a bigger-is-better tactic: in a sea of performances, it can feel like the loud and bombastic might more easily stay afloat. But not RaeLynn, who appeared last night on Late Night with Seth Meyers to play the lead single "Love Triangle" from her debut Number One LP Wildhorse. Surrounded by
This article originally appeared on www.rollingstone.com: Watch RaeLynn's Tender 'Love Triangle' on 'Seth Meyers'
Ja Rule is "heartbroken" following the disastrous first day of the Fyre Festival, a Bahamas-based luxury music festival that he co-created. The rapper promised to issue refunds to festival-goers. He reiterated that Fyre "was not a scam."
In a statement to
This article originally appeared on www.rollingstone.com: Ja Rule on Fyre Festival: 'I'm Heartbroken at This Moment'
Ahead of his upcoming album Kids in the Street, Nashville native Justin Townes Earle released his fourth single, "Maybe a Moment," accompanied by a new video. It comes as half of a two-song release, which also includes a cover of Paul Simon's "Graceland."
"Maybe a Moment" is the story of one of those
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Even though a number of states across America have legalized or are in the process of legalizing marijuana for medical or recreational use, it doesn't appear as though the NFL will change its stance on the drug anytime soon. While speaking on ESPN’s "Mike and Mike" on Friday morning, NFL commissioner Roger Goodell said marijuana has an "addictive nature" and may not "be healthy for the players
This article originally appeared on www.rollingstone.com: NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell Calls Marijuana 'Addictive,' Won't Reverse Ban
This article originally appeared on www.rollingstone.com: Watch Pixies Perform Raucous New Song 'Bel Esprit' on 'Conan'
"You either have to sing about being scorned by a lover or sing about thinking a boy is cute and wanting him to notice you. That's about as edgy as you can get," says Maren Morris in this week's Lenny Letter – the newsletter co-founded by Lena Dunham.
This article originally appeared on www.rollingstone.com: Maren Morris on Why Women in Country Can't Be 'Sexual or Have Desires'
In early 2007, a group of Morgan Stanley bankers bundled a group of subprime mortgage instruments into a package they hoped to sell to investors. The only problem was, they couldn't come up with a name for the package of mortgage-backed derivatives, which they all knew were doomed.
The bankers decided to play around with potential names. In a series of emails back and forth, they
This article originally appeared on www.rollingstone.com: Man Trump Named to Fix Mortgage Markets Figured in Infamous Financial Crisis Episode
The War on Drugs announced an extensive fall tour with shows in North America and Europe. The 34-date trek launches September 21st in the band's hometown of Philadelphia and concludes November 27th in Stockholm, Sweden.
General public tickets go on sale Friday, May 5th at 10 a.m. local time via the
This article originally appeared on www.rollingstone.com: The War on Drugs Plot Expansive Fall Tour