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Out of her element.

In our 1994 cover story on Nirvana, Kurt Cobain rages on (and on) about stardom, fatherhood, his feud with Pearl Jam, the death of grunge and why he's never been happier in his life. #longreads

Kurt Cobain, The Rolling Stone Interview: Success Doesn't Suck

Robin Williams on the September 11, 2014 cover. "You're only given one little spark of madness. You mustn't lose it." Robin Williams. A2

Robin Williams' Final Days: Inside Rolling Stone's New Issue

Robin Williams R. Thanks for The Years of Laughter. You will Never be Forgotten But you will surely be Miss. He's on the Cover Of Rolling Stone Magazine on September 2014 cover

Nirvana on the April 16, 1992 cover.  In the cover story, Kurt Cobain talks about adjusting to life following the success of Nirvana.

Nirvana: Inside the Heart and Mind of Kurt Cobain

Kurt Cobain Wears "Corporate Magazines Still Suck" T-Shirt On The Cover of "Rolling Stone"

Lana Del Rey Is Rock's Saddest, Baddest Diva on the Cover of Rolling Stone | Music News | Rolling Stone

Lana Del Rey Is Rock's Saddest, Baddest Diva: Inside the New Issue

All Hail: How Adele's 'Rolling Stone' Cover Destroys the Male Gaze | NOISEY

All Hail: How Adele's 'Rolling Stone' Cover Destroys the Male Gaze

Stevie Nicks on the January 29, 2015 cover.

Stevie Nicks Looks Back: Inside Rolling Stone's New Issue

Photos: Rare and Intimate Pictures of the Rolling Stones Pictures - Mick Jagger | Rolling Stone  He's cute with his mouth closed!

Rare and Intimate Pictures of the Rolling Stones

Kendrick Lamar on the March 26, 2015 cover.

The Trials of Kendrick Lamar: Inside the New Issue

Kendrick Lamar Talks New Album ‘To Pimp A Butterfly’ In Rolling Stone + Oprah’s Spring-Ready O Magazine April 2015 Cover

Green Day-- they started my love of punk music in junior high.  I love them still today!

Gallery: The Best Break-Out Bands on Rolling Stone's Cover

Get This Special Offer Billie Joe Armstrong Tré Cool & Mike Dirnt - Green Day - Rolling Stone Magazine - - January 26 1995 -

Waiting for a girl and she gets me into fights. Waiting for a girl, we get drunk on Friday nights.  ♪

Rolling Stones Charlie Watts, Mick Jagger, Mick Taylor and Keith Richards, with some bearded guy (not Bill Wyman) lying on the floor in front of Charlie.

Guns N' Roses | November 17, 1988 (Courtesy of @Rolling Stone)

Gallery: The Best Break-Out Bands on Rolling Stone's Cover

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