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The Best Albums of 2019 (So Far)
Hear a breakdown of the year’s stand-out albums – Rob Sheffield, Brittany Spanos and Jon Dolan join host Brian Hiatt to discuss
Duff McKagan: The Rolling Stone Interview
The Guns N' Roses co-founder discusses reuniting with Axl and Slash, his new solo album, his road to sobriety, the loss of Scott Weiland and much more with host Brian Hiatt
True Tales of Bob Dylan's Rolling Thunder Revue
Byrds leader Roger McGuinn and Rolling Thunder Revue producer Louie Kemp share memories of the legendary tour and discuss Martin Scorsese's fiction-spiked documentary with host Brian Hiatt and Andy Greene
Justin Townes Earle: The Rolling Stone Interview
Songwriting secrets, addiction, the glories of Springsteen and much more in a wild conversation between Justin Townes Earle and host Brian Hiatt 
Jakob Dylan on His New Laurel Canyon Documentary and the Wallflowers' Hits
Jakob Dylan and director Andy Slater discuss 'Echo in the Canyon' documentary and the making of the Wallflowers' hits with host Brian hiatt
A Conversation with Billy Joel
Billy Joel talks with Rolling Stone's Andy Greene about turning 70, quitting songwriting, making The Stranger and much more
A Conversation with Stephen Malkmus
The former Pavement frontman sits down with host Brian Hiatt to talk about his new album, '90s indie feuds, the possible future of Pavement and much more
How Apple's GarageBand Changed Music
Rolling Stone music business reporter Amy X. Wang joins host Brian Hiatt to break down the story of GarageBand, and the history of home recording
The Zombies: The Rolling Stone Interview
To celebrate their induction into the Rock and Roll of Fame, the Zombies' Rod Argent and Colin Blunstone sit down with host Brian Hiatt for a frank, hilarious discussion of their entire career
How Billie Eilish and Lil Nas X are reshaping music
We take a deep look at two of 2019's biggest new stars – Billie Eilish and Lil Nas X. Rob Sheffield, Charles Holmes and Brittany Spanos join host Brian Hiatt
The 50 Greatest Grunge Albums of All Time
From L7 to Pearl Jam, inside Rolling Stone's list of the best grunge albums ever. Suzy Exposito, Angie Martoccio and Kory Grow join host Brian Hiatt to discuss
Hear Untold Tales of Bruce Springsteen and CSNY
Host Brian Hiatt and David Browne tell stories from their acclaimed new books on the songs of Bruce Springsteen and the roller-coaster career of Crosby, Stills, Nash and Young (with assistance from Andy Greene)
Can Hollywood Save Rock? Inside the Biopic Boom
Rock lives – but mostly at the movies. Andy Greene joins Brian Hiatt to discuss 'The Dirt,' 'Rocket Man,' and all the rock movies to come: Why is Hollywood investing so deeply in rock, and what does it bode for the future?
Rob Thomas: The Rolling Stone Interview
Rob Thomas breaks down his new solo LP, the making of "Smooth," the glories of weed and much more in a career-spanning interview with host Brian Hiatt
Was Lil Peep Destined to Be The Next Kurt Cobain?
Inside the short life, promising career and tragic death of Lil Peep, who could've been the voice of a generation, with David Peisner, Christian Hoard and host Brian Hiatt
Green River and the Birth of Grunge
Stone Gossard, Jeff Ament and Mark Arm go deep on the story of Seattle's Green River with Kory Grow
The Many Lives of Weezer
The weird story of how Weezer became rock’s most unkillable band, as told by Steven Hyden and Andy Greene, with host Brian Hiatt 
The Life and Music of the Monkees’ Peter Tork
We play unheard interviews with the late Peter Tork – while Rob Sheffield and Andy Greene join host Brian Hiatt to make the case for the Monkees’ greatness
Best and Worst Moments of the 2019 Grammys
Did the Grammys pull off a course correction this year? Rob Sheffield and Brittany Spanos break the show down with host Brian Hiatt
The Secret History of "Walk This Way"
How Run-DMC and Aerosmith changed music: Geoff Edgers, author of a new book on the song's history, and producer Jack Douglas join host Brian Hiatt
The Best and Worst Super Bowl Performances of All Time
From the glories of Prince, Beyonce and Bruce to the Who's flop, we praise and roast the whole history of Super Bowl performances – with Rob Sheffield, David Browne, Andy Greene and host Brian Hiatt
Gary Clark Jr.: The Rolling Stone Interview
The guitar hero breaks down his whole career and his bold new album, This Land, in a definitive interview with Patrick Doyle
Fyre Festival and the Long, Wild History of Disastrous Music Fests
From Fyre Festival to Altamont to Woodstock '99, we examine some of the most disastrous music fests of all time – and look forward to the 50th Woodstock anniversary – panelists Brittany Spanos, David Browne, Andy Greene join host Brian Hiatt
Pete Townshend on the Past and Future of the Who
Andy Greene sits down with Pete Townshend in his London home to discuss the Who's orchestral tour, surprise new album, why they can't play 'Tommy' anymore and many other topics
The Best Albums of 2018
Inside our list of the year's best albums, from Nicki Minaj to Paul McCartney.  Brittany Spanos, Brendan Klinkenberg, Rob Sheffield and Simon Vozick-Levinson join host Brian Hiatt to break it all down
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Podcast Details
Started
Jan 25th, 2016
Latest Episode
Jun 25th, 2019
Release Period
Weekly
No. of Episodes
176
Avg. Episode Length
41 minutes
Explicit
Yes

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