The Rolling Stones
As if Mick Jagger hasn’t got his hands full enough – what with upcoming Stones shows and more 50th anniversary activity in 2013 – he will now serve as one of the producers on an upcoming James Brown biopic.
The look may not be as instantly recognizable as Ozzy or Slash, but the persona is unmistakable.
The Stones’ official Twitter leaked a setlist scrawled in what appears to be Mick Jagger’s handwriting.
The Stones play four shows this year: two at London’s O2 Arena (November 25 and 29) and two shows at Newark, New Jersey’s Prudential Center (December 13 and 15).
The Rolling Stones have been the subjects of numerous photo exhibits through the years, but never one quite like a new one in Los Angeles. Unpublished photos that turned up at an L.A. flea market are on display at the Dilettante Gallery.
in “Doom and Gloom,” Mick Jagger specifically alludes to America’s War in Iraq, fracking and the energy crisis, and the current 99 percent vs. one percent class war.
The Rolling Stones announced Tuesday that they will release “Doom And Gloom,” one of the two new songs from their upcoming career-spanning collection, GRRR!, this Thursday on iTunes. The song will premiere on England’s BBC Radio 2 and will be available for download after that. The group also released the tracklisting from GRRR!.
It’s difficult to recall where you were last week, let alone 50 years ago. So for fans of the Rolling Stones who have been along for the ride over the last half century, The Rolling Stones: 50 Years on Film is a must-see exhibit.
One vinyl collectible is worth up to $30,000! Do you own this popular album of the British Invasion?
“Jumpin’ Jack Flash” by The Rolling Stones is back on ‘Tickets @ 2.’ As we’ve explained in an earlier blog “Jack Flash” is Jack Dyer, Keith Richards’ gardener. He woke Keith and Mick up one […]