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She's never backward in coming forward, swears like a sailor and holds forth on everything from her personal life to attitudes towards women in the music industry
A crisp remaster and discs of bonus material will make you miss the pop auteur even more.
Rolling Stone browses 50 years of hidden history in Tulsa – from an unknown love song to Mavis Staples to video of Dylan recording "The Man in Me".
From the Young Pope to the Black Lodge – the cream of the TV crop that's already made 2017 a banner year for the small screen.
Alison Brie and the creators talk about resurrecting the Eighties guilty-pleasure – and why it became a female-empowerment touchstone.
After years of struggle, the Tennessee singer made a modern-day soul classic and became Bob Dylan’s favourite new artist.
It appears Obama administration could have done a lot more to alert the public to Moscow's actions in election interference.
America's Dad might still be free for the moment, but a deadlocked jury means that some people are finally believing women.
High-tech effects, Madonna and Bruce Springsteen cameos, Olympic-level choreography – members of the Revolution look back on their shining moment.
The actor announced that he'll quit after one last film – and looking back on his body work, you see why it's a massive blow to cinema.
Phil Jamieson and Pat Davern reflect on 10 songs that have defined the band’s career.
Robin Pecknold on his band's lengthy hiatus, playing the Sydney Opera House and being dissed by Limp Bizkit's Wes Borland.