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  Rolling Stone - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Initially the magazine identified with and reported on the hippie counterculture, though it distanced itself from the underground newspapers of the time, embracing more traditional journalistic standards and avoiding the radical politics of the underground press.
The magazine became so influential by the 1970s that a song dedicated to it, "Cover of the Rolling Stone" by Dr Hook and the Medicine Show, became a hit single.
The magazine moved to New York to be closer to the advertising industry, and many date its change in culture from this point.
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 Rolling Stone Magazine | Rolling Stone | Pop Music Magazine | Rock Magazine | Music Magazine: MagazineCity
Rolling Stone is the chronicle of more than one generation, covering music, celebrities, politics and pop culture.
This pop music magazine will keep you up to date on everything and everybody that creates the music that is the soundtrack for your life.
Rolling Stone is synonymous with pop culture and no other publication matches the all-access privileges that are afforded the writers and readers of this amazing pop music magazine.
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 ACHUKASTORE - Rolling Stone - Magazine
I'd expect better for a magazine that is supposed to be all about music, and alterna-type music at that.
Rolling Stone also seems to want to be the next Vogue magazine, judging by the fact that they have fashion ads and fashion spreads, and then there is all that liberal crap.
This magazine has come a long way from the alterna-scene fighting the establishment that my parents rave it once was.
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 rolling stone encyclopedia of rock and roll
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 Interview with Ben Fong-Torres -- October 2001
Fong-Torres left Rolling Stone in 1981, and has written for Esquire, GQ (where he was pop music columnist for three years), Playboy, and Harper's Bazaar.
Rolling Stone was the alternative at that time and it was a unique alternative.
Rolling Stone was one of the very few serious chroniclers of the scene, so certainly the artists and representatives were happy to have the coverage.
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 Rolling Stone magazine Subscriptions: $0.46/Issue Only!(Magazine Subscription Finder)
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 Rolling Stone magazine : Rolling Stone   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-09-20)
A music and music industry magazine started in San Francisco in 1967 by journalist and editor Jann Wenner[?], Rolling Stone magazine embraced the hippie/free-love/drug counterculture during the early 1960s and 1970s, and was pivotal in the rise to fame of such bands as the Grateful Dead.
The magazine was so popular during this era that a song dedicated to it, "Cover of the Rolling Stone" by Dr Hook & the Medicine Show, became a hit single in itself.
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 Rolling Stone Magazine Reviews at Shopping.com
Rolling Stone is one of the oldest, if not the oldest rock and roll magazines around, and yet it still contains the most up to date news about music, celebreties, and even politics.
Also each issus of Rolling Stone is completely full of music, video, movie and book reviews that are well written and full of color.
Rolling Stone has a humorous tone, and a well thought, and well written layout of the best, hottest info.
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 MagazineStar: Rolling Stone Magazine Subscriptions
Rolling Stone Magazine is the definitive source of music information and popular culture trends.
In addition, Rolling Stone Magazine features profiles of your favorite artists, the latest CD reviews straight from the headquarters of Rolling Stone, an insight to our most provocative discussions and even a guide to music on TV.
Rolling Stone Magazine is the source of music enthusiasts for the latest news on the music scene.
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Rolling Stone Magazine is the granddaddy of rock and roll magazines.
Rolling Stone Magazine serves up the latest news in popular culture, music, celebrities, and politics.
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 nxdkingdom: Gwen On Rolling Stone Mag.
I watched this thing on Extra and they said stuff along the lines, "Could Gwen Stefani be the next rock star mom?" *shows cover of Rolling Stone* And that was all they said.
Rolling Stone's always been off in their own dream world.
Rolling Stone gave the cd good ratings and she's constantly in issues of Rolling Stone every little tid bit she does they print up.
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 AFF's Doublethink :: Bushwackery Hackery
Rolling Stone may have been leftish, with Federal Reserve scourge William Greider as its national affairs editor, but its readers were something else.
After all, the magazine's primary concern is pop music and pop culture—not exactly the bedrock of conservatism.
The paramount example of "journalistic overreach" by Rolling Stone over the past year was the notorious article which stipulated that over one-quarter of gay men engage in a practice known as "bug chasing," i.e.
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 Rolling Stone Magazine   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-09-20)
Rolling Stone Magazine is the leading rock and roll magazine of today.
Rolling Stone Magazine deals with current issues that are happening in the world of music.
The Rolling Stone Magazine is published bi-weekly and it is filled with information and entertainment for all music lovers alike.
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 Rolling Stone Magazine
Rolling Stone magazine was founded in San Francisco in 1967 by Jann Wenner and music critic Ralph J. Gleason (Wenner is still editor and publisher).
It embraced and reported on the hippy counterculture during the late 1960s and 1970s, and its rise to fame was synchronous with such bands and artists as the Grateful Dead, Beatles, Doors, Rolling Stones, Jimi Hendrix and Janis Joplin.
The magazine was so popular during the 70s that a song parodying popular success, Cover of the Rolling Stone by Dr Hook & the Medicine Show, became a hit single.
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 Rolling Stone Magazine Archives   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-09-20)
Rolling Stone magazine subscription you can take time to browse their comprehensive website.
The death of Rolling Stone: The magazine that invented rock...
Stone Magazine, and DeCurtis, Anthony (Text by) This volume of photographs from Rolling Stone magazine's archives...
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 patti smith: rs 7/27/78
Fresh from opening for the Rolling Stones at the Fox Theater in Atlanta, Patti Smith rides in the back seat of a limo to a headlining gig at the Calderone on Long Island.
I mean, rock and roll is really segregated now, and it wasn't in the early Sixties, when it was so much cooler.
To one skeptical but willing to make the leap of faith if called, Smith's exuberance is soured by stage patter building herself into a hero: she compares her band favorably to the Rolling Stones and boasts of forcing a Central Park summer-concert booking.
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 Rolling Stone Magazine on Almondnet
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Rolling Stone is a music and music industry magazine that was founded in San Francisco in 1967 by Jann
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 Rolling Stone Magazine Bob Marley 676 (Rolling Stone) at Scoured The Earth   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-09-20)
Rolling Stone Magazine Bob Marley 676 (Rolling Stone) at Scoured The Earth
This is a February 24, 1994 Rolling Stone magazine featuring Bob Marley on the cover.
This magazine has some rolling and minor creasing of edges.
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 Magazine matters rolling stone magazine
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 ESPN The Magazine - Rolling Stone Offer: Registration   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-09-20)
The purchase price you selected above will be billed to your credit card and will automatically renew your subscription at the end of your agreed upon term and be billed at the prevailing rate as explained in the Terms of Service page.
If for any reason your are not completely satisfied with your Rolling Stone Subscription, please call ESPN.com Member Services at 1-888-549-ESPN and we will refund your money on all unmailed issues.
Rolling Stone publishes 1 double issue which counts as 2 issues of the 26 issues for the year.
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 Rolling Stone magazine refuses to run Bible ad
If rolling stone published this ad the would have all the non-bible believing soccer moms complain and bitch.
While I agree with the right of Rolling Stone to decline any ad that they don't feel fits their magazine, I find this whole situation ridiculous.
So i agree with Rolling Stone on this one and i'm glad that they did it because it would cause unnecessary arguements.
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 Looking for Rolling Stone magazine?
Rolling Stones magazine is all about pop culture.
More than just rock and roll, this magazine covers movies as well as music, TV and even politics.
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 Used Book Central Search / keyword(s): rolling stone magazine
Rolling Stone Magazine Staff (editor): Island Press Washington, DC, U.S.A. 1992 First Thus S Paperback Cocked, faded spine and bumped corners.
Rolling Stone Magazine) Anson, Robert Sam: NY Doubleday 1981.
Rolling Stone Magazine: NY St. Martin's/Rolling Stone 1981.
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 Amazon.com: Books: The New Rolling Stone Album Guide : Completely Revised and Updated 4th Edition   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-09-20)
Rolling Stone and Jan Wenner are as much the enemy as Clearchannel, major labels, emptyTV and the 1996 Telecommunications Act.
Rolling Stone was the authority on Rock n Roll, but when they started featuring things like Britney (just for the pics), they lost it.
Rolling Stone has long been the laughing stock of the music industry when it comes to music reviews.
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 Amazon.com: Magazine Subscriptions: Rolling Stone [MAGAZINE SUBSCRIPTION]   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-09-20)
I have been a faithful subscriber to RS for almost twenty years, and I have witnessed the magazine slowly transform from a credible rock and roll journal to the music equivilent of Tiger Beat.
In the 1980s, Rolling Stone's passion was music, and it often gave well-deserved nods to artists that were on the cutting edge: U2, Prince, REM, the Smiths, and so on.
The only section of the magazine worth reading is the movies section by Peter Travers, a critic I may not always agree with but one I do respect.
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 Business Wire: Rolling Stone Magazine & Virtual Music Ente... @ HighBeam Research   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-09-20)
Titled the Rolling Stone Air Guitar Series, the collection will incorporate Virtual Music Entertainment's revolutionary interactive technology and some of the most thrilling musical moments in rock history.
According to Jann Wenner, chairman of Wenner Media Inc. and editor-in-chief and publisher of Rolling Stone magazine, "Rolling Stone has always been on the cutting edge of music and communications and this CD-ROM series is an exciting expansion of the magazine's efforts in new media."
Virtual Music Entertainment and Rolling Stone plan to preview the first title of the series at the 1996 E3 trade show in Los Angeles.
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 Rolling Stone Magazine   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-09-20)
Damn, if we could only afford to buy a full page advertisement in Rolling Stone Magazine, stunt goat would be real rock stars.
If anyone would like to buy an ad for us in Rolling Stone we would pay you back with cd sales from the ad + 20 percent interest if we sell enough of them; If not- you will take a loss trying to be a philathropist to stunt goat.
The cost of a full page advertisement in Rolling Stone Magazine is currently $80,000 US Dollars.
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 The Great Thompson Hunt - Books - Rolling Stone Magazine
Both old and new Rolling Stone magazines are made of acidic paper, meaning that they aren't meant to last.
But, you can buy Rolling Stone: The Complete Covers 1967-1997, a massive book with almost every cover (the year end ones were left out because they repeated the previous covers).
Although HST remained on the Rolling Stone masthead, the magazine today is a far cry from the rock paper of yore.
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 USATODAY.com - 'Rolling Stone' reverses, will accept Bible ad   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-09-20)
The magazine was drummed by critics last week for turning down a low-key ad for a new translation of Scripture, Today's New International Version (TNIV).
The trouble with Rolling Stone came when the magazine's executives saw the actual advertisement two weeks ago.
Christian and conservative media commentators savaged the magazine, which once carried classified advertising for mail-order divinity degrees.
www.usatoday.com /news/religion/2005-01-24-rolling-stone-bible_x.htm   (566 words)

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