Radiohead's Controversial Israel Show Divides Rock CommunityWhile some artists speak out against the band's tacit endorsement of Israel, R.E.M.'s Michael Stipe has spoken out on Radiohead's behalf.
Michael Stipe Sings 'It's the End of the Year as We Know It' on ColbertThe tune was called "It's the End of the Year as We Know It" and Stipe refused of sing the chorus-closing line "I feel fine."
Michael Stipe Tells Alec Baldwin his ‘SNL’ Impression Helped TrumpBefore Trump's win was secured, Stipe lamented the entertainment-ization of politics.
3 Ways Desert Trip Can Top Itself in 2017This year, the Beatles, the Stone, the Who and Pink Floyd are represented, plus they have Dylan (and Neil Young). Here's what they should do next year.
Michael Stipe Pens Op-Ed Against Guns on CampusThe R.E.M. singer takes a stand against firearms at colleges in his home state.
Michael Stipe Performs Rare Solo David Bowie TributeStipe performed "The Man Who Sold The World," ahead of a planned Bowie tribute concert.
Michael Stipe Covers John Lennon in Rare Live PerformanceStipe also covered Neil Young and The Velvet Underground.
R.E.M. to Donald Trump and Ted Cruz: "Go F--- Yourselves"Essentially, R.E.M. said, "I decline."
Elton John and Michael Stipe Come to the Defense of Transgender Prisoners"Transgender women in male prisons have an equal right to protection from violence and abuse in prison, yet they continue to face horrific injustices."
Watch Stephen Colbert Attempt to Sell Michael Stipe at a Yard SaleStipe played a cameo as "elf on the shelf" or, as Colbert introduced him, Stipe on a shelf.
Hear Michael Stipe's First Post-R.E.M. MusicPeter Buck and Mike Mills have been off exploring the world with their own music projects, but now we're getting the first piece of solo work from R.E.M. singer Michael Stipe after the band's dissolution. Surprisingly, it comes in the form of a wordless audio track created to score a piece of bonus footage.
Nirvana Rock Hall Induction Featured Joan Jett, Kim Gordon, St. Vincent & Lorde"They spoke the truth, and people listened," presenter Michael Stipe said. "This was not just pop music."