No details on the sale price have been released, but the one-time rock and roll bible is reportedly valued at 0 million.

In addition to its new 51-percent stake in Rolling Stone, Penske owns the venerable trade publications Variety and WWD as well as the online magazine

" he asks at one point during their budding romance."Yeah," Grahame replies. I didn't like it then either."Directed by Paul Mc Guigan, "Film Stars Don't Die in Liverpool" co-stars Vanessa Redgrave and Julie Walters and closes with a new, original song by Elvis Costello, "You Shouldn't Look at Me That Way."By the way, there's truth behind the title. The book's title has yet to be announced, but Zeppelin said today on Instagram that it will be published sometime next year. Led Zeppelin's three surviving members—bassist John Paul Jones, guitarist Jimmy Page and singer Robert Plant—are working on the project with Reel Art Press.

"When I put a chair next to the bed, he grabbed my hand. And we had a great talk…"He was very weak, but he was still very funny," Fagen adds.

"I'm really glad I had those hours."By Kevin Haynes | If not for a ferry full of wobbly passengers, arms akimbo as they fought to maintain their balance, we never would've learned to "Walk Like an Egyptian."The Bangles' biggest hit, inspired by songwriter Liam Sternberg's observation of a bumpy boat ride, strutted to No. After recording a demo with alt-country singer Marti Jones, Sternberg offered the jaunty tune to Toni Basil ("Mickey"), who decided to pass.

"To me, Steely Dan was just me and Walter, really—it was like a concept we had together."That concept originated in 1972 and spawned nine sophisticated, jazz-infused pop albums, starting with 1972's "Can't Buy a Thrill" and ending with 2003's "Everything Must Go."Fagen says he wanted to add one more studio album to the Steely Dan discography, but Becker wasn't up for it.

"Walter had some health problems" dating back to 2011, Fagen says.

"It was like a magazine program, full of weird interviews, experimental music, tape loops, some tracks I knew the others hadn't heard."The playlist starts with Nat King Cole's "Unforgettable" and moves on to "Someone Ain't Right" by Peter and Gordon (for whom Mc Cartney wrote the 1964 No.

1 hit "A World Without Love"), "I Get Around" by the Beach Boys, "Heat Wave" by Martha and the Vandellas, and "Down Home Girl" by "that group that was once popular in the 1960s," the Rolling Stones."It was really a kind of stoned thing," says Mc Cartney, "something crazy, something left field, just for the other Beatles, a fun thing which they could play late in the evening."Now, 52 years later, so can you.

," coming to theaters July 20, also stars Christine Baranski and Julie Walters as Streep's best friends, along with Pierce Brosnan, Colin Firth, Andy Garcia and Stellan Skarsgard.

Photo: Universal Pictures By Kevin Haynes | Fifty years after it was kick-started for ,500 by Jann Wenner in San Francisco, Rolling Stone has turned over control to Penske Media Corporation.

Last year, Singapore-based Band Lab Technologies bought 49 percent of the biweekly magazine.