Rewind: The Week in Rock Daily

September 4th, 2009 by Rolling Stone Leave a reply »

  • Stephen Colbert hit our cover as we counted down 50 Reasons to Watch TV this fall — grab Colbert Q&A plus look back at his funniest clips. We also got a full report from Sonic Youth on the set of Gossip Girl. Check it all out at our new issue hub.

  • Michael Jackson was laid to rest this week in Los Angeles, days after fans celebrated what would have been the King of Pop’s 51st birthday. The music world also paid their respects to Adam “DJ AM” Goldstein who died of an apparent drug overdose.
  • Dave Matthews Band, Pearl Jam, Tenacious D, M.I.A., the Dead Weather, Mastodon and Modest Mouse were just some of the bands Rolling Stone caught at this year’s Outside Lands Festival in San Francisco. For our full report and photos from Golden Gate park, click here.
  • Frank Black chatted about the Pixies’ Doolittle tour, Ian McCulloch gave us the lowdown on the next Echo & The Bunnymen album and Neil Diamond remembered songwriter Ellie Greenwich. Plus, James Williamson revealed he’ll return to the Stooges.
  • Chris Brown appeared on Larry King Live for his first post-assault interview.

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