The Trippy Life of the LSD Manufacturer Who ‘Helped Create the 60s’
Augustus Owsley Stanley III not only created the Grateful Dead's "Wall of Sound" and inspired the band's dancing bear iconography, but also crafted the drugs that sparked the "spirit of that era."
The First Days of Woodstock
Photographer Baron Wolman documented the hippie love fest for Rolling Stone magazine.
We Asked Musicians in Their 20s What They Think of the '27 Club'
What do Brodinski, Zola Jesus, Bobby Brackins and more think of their impending 27th birthdays?
Who Will Win the Super Bowl (of Music)?
Determine who will win Super Bowl XLIX by voting for which team has the best music.
Jimi Hendrix, Behind the Music
His new biopic succeeds, despite lacking any actual Jimi Hendrix songs.
We Talked to the Designer of the Jimi Hendrix Biopic, Starring André 3000
Focusing on one year in Hendrix's, this long-awaited biopic takes a look at the artist's rise to fame and acclaim, and the demons that haunted him.
Alice Cooper's Dead Drunk Friends
How he drove a stake through the heart of the peace and love generation.
Ron Galella Hates Gang Bangs
Before the concept of paparazzi became what it is today, Ron Galella was sneaking into parties via dumbwaiters, snapping shots of Madonna and Bowie dancing post-rails at Studio 54.