A new book by Rolling Stone publisher Nick Beams takes a look at the company’s long-running magazine, “Rolling Stones,” and explores the culture and business of the magazine.
“Rollin’ Stones” #2 (April 5) by Nick Beames (Bloomsbury, $27.99) is a compelling look at one of the most influential magazines in the world.
Written by the same author, “The Rolling Stones” is a fascinating read, and a book about the company that we all love.
The book is packed with fascinating anecdotes, including the time when Rolling Stone CEO John Ehrlichman asked if the magazine would be allowed to feature an all-male cast on the cover.
In an interview with Newsweek, Ehrlesh said, “If you had a girl on the back cover, I don’t care how hot you are.
We’re going to put you on the front cover.
We think that’s important.”
He went on to say, “You know, it’s really important to the company.
It’s the story of the company, and you can’t write that story without women.
That’s our core identity.”
Beams also covers the company at a deeper level, as he looks at how the magazine has changed, how the company has grown and how it’s changed over the years.
“Rolling, Stone and Ehrle are not some faceless company.
They’re not some private company.
These are people that work together.
They have a vision.
They know the brand and the values that the company holds dear.
And they’ve tried to deliver it to a younger audience,” Beams said.
Beams is also a major contributor to the book, focusing on the way the company is perceived by its readers.
Beams writes, “A lot of people think of Rolling Stone as a gossipy magazine, but they also think of it as a place where the culture of the culture is written in.”
Beames, who has written for Rolling Stone and other publications, also speaks on how the brand has changed over time.
For example, the magazine was founded in 1968, meaning it has been in business since 1953.
Beames writes that the magazine is now known as “a platform for writers and artists to write about the culture at large, and its business model is more profitable and easier to operate than it was 50 years ago.
The company is a business that is less about the magazine and more about what it does to sell people on products and services.
The culture of ‘Rollin Stones’ has changed a lot over the past 30 years, and it has also changed in the past year.
We all have to live with that.”