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Rolling StoneRolling Stone

Rolling Stone May 2019

No one covers the people, politics and issues that matter (now more than ever) like Rolling Stone. Your source for all the breaking news coverage, exclusive interviews with influential people, music trends, hot album and movie reviews, must-read rock star profiles and in-depth national affairs reporting you rely on in the magazine. An annual term to Rolling Stone is currently 12 issues. The number of issues in an annual term is subject to change at any time. Get Rolling Stone digital magazine subscription today for cutting-edge reporting, provocative photos and raw interviews with influential people who shape the scene and rock the world.

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rolling stone

Jason Fine EDITOR DEPUTY EDITOR Sean Woods MUSIC EDITOR Christian Hoard CREATIVE DIRECTOR Joseph Hutchinson DIRECTOR OF CREATIVE CONTENT Catriona Ni Aolain DIGITAL DIRECTOR Jerry Portwood MANAGING EDITOR Alison Weinflash DEPUTY MUSIC EDITOR Simon Vozick-Levinson ENTERTAINMENT EDITORS David Fear Maria Fontoura NEWS DIRECTOR Jason Newman SENIOR MUSIC EDITORS Patrick Doyle Brendan Klinkenberg Hank Shteamer REVIEWS EDITOR Jon Dolan CULTURE EDITOR Elisabeth Garber-Paul NEWS EDITOR Sarah Grant ASSOCIATE EDITOR Phoebe Neidl ASSISTANT EDITOR Suzy Exposito SENIOR WRITERS David Browne Tim Dickinson David Fricke Andy Greene Kory Grow Brian Hiatt Alex Morris Stephen Rodrick Jamil Smith Matt Taibbi CHIEF FILM CRITIC Peter Travers CHIEF TV CRITIC Alan Sepinwall STAFF WRITERS Jon Bilstein Ryan Bort EJ Dickson Charles Holmes Daniel Kreps Elias Leight Claire Shaffer Brittany Spanos Tessa Stuart Amy X. Wang WASHINGTON, D.C., BUREAU CHIEF Andy Kroll RS COUNTRY EDITOR Joseph Hudak RS COUNTRY DEPUTY EDITOR Jon Freeman ART DIRECTOR Matthew Cooley DEPUTY PHOTO EDITOR Sacha Lecca ASSOCIATE PHOTO EDITOR Griffin Lotz SENIOR MULTIMEDIA EDITOR Joe Rodriguez CHIEF RESEARCH EDITOR Hannah Murphy RESEARCH EDITORS Jonathan Bernstein Rick Carp Andrea Marks COPY CHIEF Thomas Walsh COPY…

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high times at ‘rolling stone’

“You see something, you have to say something. You have to do something. I tell young people all the time, ‘Be bold. Be brave. Be courageous. Go for it.’”—JOHN LEWIS, Congressman NEAR THE BACK of ROLLING STONE’s fifth issue, in February 1968, next to a news story about the critical response to the Beatles’ Magical Mystery Tour film (“Chaotic, appalling, naive, tasteless nonsense”), readers turned to a ROLLING STONE house ad featuring a full-page photo of a roach clip and a promise that all new subscribers would get one in the mail for free. (For the unfamiliar, roach clips allowed you to smoke the remains of a joint without burning your fingers.) “Act now,” read the ad, “before this offer is made illegal.” This was the height of the psychedelic era, a…

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+ love letters & advice

“After the ‘Rolling Stone’ interview with Sophie Turner and Maisie Williams, it is safe to say that I think they truly are soulmates. I need a friendship like that in my life.”—Brie, via the internet Stark Sisters All Grown Up To celebrate Game of Thrones’ final season, stars Maisie Williams and Sophie Turner graced our April cover. The onscreen sisters and real-life best friends discussed their unbreakable bond, coming of age on set (which included uncomfortable bras for Williams and a crush on Justin Bieber for Turner), how they are “a nightmare to work with,” and how their decade-long series run came to an emotional end [“Growing Up Game of Thrones,” RS 1326]. When Williams posted their cover on Instagram, she joked, “get u someone who holds you like dis,” scoring more…

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kacey and the queens

IN ADDITION TO BEING A breakout country star and winner of this year’s Album of the Year Grammy, Kacey Musgraves is also a massive fan of RuPaul’s Drag Race All Stars. “It’s a world where anything is possible,” she says of the show. At the Ace theater in L.A., Musgraves invited newly crowned winners Monét X Change (far left) and Trinity the Tuck to join her for “High Horse.” “The crowd lost their minds when they came out,” she says. The trio prepared with a glam session backstage, where Monét and Trinity shared their secret to success: “Wax before you tuck.”…

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black keys get back to basics

ON THE MORNING of September 5th, Patrick Carney and Dan Auerbach walked into Auerbach’s Nashville studio, picked up their instruments and became the Black Keys again. By season’s end, they had finished their ninth album, the self-produced “Let’s Rock” (yes, that’s really the title). As usual, they created the entire album’s worth of songs from scratch in the studio, with nothing written in advance and very little discussion. It had been five years since they recorded together, but that didn’t seem to matter at all. “We fell right back into it, really, day one,” says Carney. “We wrote two songs the first day. We’re just fucking around, and that’s what comes out.” “It’s this magic that happens with Pat and I,” says Auerbach, who started a new band, recorded a solo…

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hip-hop icons in a new light

AS THE DIRECTOR of publicity and marketing at PayDay Records in the early 1990s, Vikki Tobak worked with acts like Jay-Z and Gang Starr as they were beginning their careers. “There was this inflection point where hip-hop started to realize its power,” Tobak says. “[Artists] realized that images — what they wore, how they looked — worked together with the music.” Her 2018 book, Contact High, documents that era through contact sheets with never-before-seen outtakes from some of hip-hop’s most iconic photo shoots. “They’re like a diary,” she says of the images, which are also on display through August 18th at the Annenberg Space for Photography in L.A. “A lot of photographers never intended for these to be for public consumption.” CLOCKWISE FROM LEFT: BARRON CLAIBORNE; JANETTE BECKMAN; RICKY POWELL. CLOCKWISE…

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