Back in 2002, Bowie and Moby covered EW's summer music preview issue with a candid conversation.
David Bowie EW interview archive
Back in 1997, Bowie opened up in a rare interview about his life and legacy.
The New Classics
They do make 'em like they used to. Dig this latter-day landmark disc.
An Aussie in L.A. alters his direction and gets 'Quiet' for a change
The queen of country pop gives us a taste of UP!, her first album in five years, and the hard times you won't hear her sing about
The country-pop queen gives a taste of her first album in five years and reveals why she won't use her tough times as material -- an excerpt from Entertainment Weekly's Nov. 8, 2002, issue
TWO YEARS AGO, QUALITY CONTROL MADE JURASSIC 5 CRITICS' FAVES. NOW, WITH POWER IN NUMBERS L.A.'S HIPPEST HIP-HOP COLLECTIVE IS LOOKING TO MAKE NOISE IN THE HOOD.
Two satellite companies are waging a multi-billion-dollar space war to make sure radio doesn't suck anymore
Loving the Aliens
FELLOW STARMEN DAVID BOWIE AND MOBY AIM TO MAKE THIS SUMMER'S AREA 2 TOUR AN OUT-OF-THIS-WORLD EXPERIENCE
EW talks to David Bowie and Moby
Fellow starmen aim to make summer 2002's Area 2 Tour an out-of-this-world experience, in an excerpt of Entertainment Weekly's May 31, 2002, cover story
Once again The Cat's Meow, Peter Bogdanovich reflects on a career in movies
Wilco's long-delayed Yankee Hotel Foxtrot is a slow-burn beauty--if you give it enough spins
Have You Met Miss Jones?
Starved for a torch singer worth getting fired up for? Light into NORAH JONES
With her debut album ''Come Away With Me'' in release, 22-year-old Norah Jones talks about her musical past and future
She's stolen scenes from half of Hollywood. Now we steal an afternoon with Gosford Park's Maggie Smith--and come out unscathed.
Read our excerpt of a story that appeared in EW's March 15, 2002, issue
It could if voters get huffy about the film's accuracy. But Jeff Gordinier says forget facts -- the play's the thing
Take a stroll down EW's stellar maternity ward
The tweedy Oxford professor's beloved ''Lord of the Rings'' trilogy has made him lord of the pop-culture realm
George Harrison: Karma Chameleon
From mysticism to Monty Python, curious George kept evolving
The unlikely story of J.R.R. Tolkien, a tweedy Oxford professor whose beloved "Lord of the Rings" trilogy has made him lord of the pop-culture realm