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Jann Wenner

  1. rock and roll hall of fame
    Every Artist in the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame, Ranked From Best to WorstFrom Chuck Berry to Def Leppard.
  2. Jann Wenner Accused of Sexual Assault by Former Rolling Stone EmployeeJonathan Wells claims the incident occurred at Wenner’s apartment in 1983.
  3. acquisitions
    Rolling Stone Has a New Owner After Penske Media Invests $100 Million ValuationPMC adds Rolling Stone to a list of titles that includes Deadline, Variety, and IndieWire.
  4. where's the beef?
    A Brief History of Jon Bon Jovi’s Feud With the Rock Hall and Jann WennerPrior to Bon Jovi’s induction today, Jon said he’d had a “big falling-out” with the Rock Hall overlords.
  5. How Jann Wenner Built His Boomer EmpireWenner said he started Rolling Stone to meet John Lennon; just as much, he wanted to be Lennon. He came as close as any magazine editor could.
  6. book excerpt
    The Long, Bizarre Relationship Between Jann Wenner and Mick JaggerMaybe he should have thought twice before naming his magazine Rolling Stone.
  7. media
    Joe Hagan on His Controversial New Jann Wenner BiographyAuthor Joe Hagan discusses his new book about Rolling Stone founder Jann Wenner.
  8. biographies
    Rolling Stone Founder Jann Wenner Is Reportedly Unhappy With His New BiographyThe book is said to detail much of his sexual history while running Rolling Stone.
  9. the end of an era
    After 50 Years, Rolling Stone Will Go Up for SaleRS founder Jann Wenner makes plans to sell his controlling stake in the magazine.
  10. rock and roll hall of fame
    11 Things We Learned at the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame InductionLike, for example, Bruce Springsteen likes the Red Sox!
  11. meaningless stats
    David Fricke Begins Penning Rolling Stone’s Next Five-star ReviewNo, it’s not a follow-up to “Goddess in the Doorway.”
  12. classic rock
    Bob Dylan Outtakes Compilation Is Year’s Second-Best Album, Claims Rolling StoneIt isn’t hard to figure out which record albums in ‘Rolling Stone”s year-end Top 50 were Jann Wenner’s picks, but we’ll point them out anyway.