Inside the biggest stories in music, hosted by Rolling Stone senior writer Brian Hiatt. Featuring interviews with top artists, expert insight on new releases and breaking news from the Rolling Stone staff, and much more.
"Kurt Was Jealous of Dave": 'In Utero' Revelati...
Nirvana biographer Michael Azerrad, manager Danny Goldberg, and publicist Jim Merlis tell all on the 30th anniversary of 'In Utero'
She Played on 'In Utero' — And Never Talked Ab...
We celebrate the 30th anniversary of Nirvana's 'In Utero' with the first real interview with cello player Kera Schaley, along with a conversation with Anton Corbijn, director of the "Heart-Shaped Box" video
How Olivia Rodrigo Avoided a Sophomore Slump
We break down Olivia Rodrigo's great new album 'Guts,' try to figure out what's going on between her and Taylor Swift, and more
Jimmy Buffett Looks Back
The late Jimmy Buffett looks back on his life and music in a 2020 interview with host Brian Hiatt
The Wild Rise of Oliver Anthony's "Rich Men Nor...
Oliver Anthony's "Rich Men of Richmond" was initially boosted online by right-wing influencers — but it undeniably caught on with the wider public. How did the fastest-ever rise to number one happen?
Is Everything About Travis Scott's 'Utopia' Gre...
Robbie Robertson on His Life with the Band
The late legend Robbie Robertson looks back at his work with the Band, his time with Bob Dylan, and much more
The Most Conservative Country Songs of All Time...
We look at Jason Aldean's "Try That in A Small Town," and look back at the long history of reactionary country songs
The Life and Music of Sinead O'Connor
We look back at the life and music of the late Sinead O'Connor, with Shirley Manson of Garbage and David Wild joining host Brian Hiatt
From Fake Eminem to Neural-Net Guitar Amps, Mor...
We dig into the state of AI and music, with legendary DJ/producer David Guetta, Living Colour guitarist Vernon Reid, and the team behind Neural DSP's virtual guitar amps
The Secret History of the Beatles' 'Let It Be'
Ringo Starr and legendary producer Glyn Johns look back at the making of the album that should have been