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Watch Rolling Stones' First 'Hang On Sloopy' Since 1966

May 31, 2015

Before the McCoys' version of "Hang On Sloopy" became the official rock song of Ohio, the single was a staple of the Rolling Stones' concerts in 1966, popping up on nearly a dozen setlists before being dropped entirely from their arsenal. The Rolling...

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Sex, Drugs & Rock Criticism: Richard Goldstein Holds Court

May 29, 2015

The story goes something like this: In 1966, a 21-year-old journalism school graduate named Richard Goldstein walks into the office of Village Voice editor Dan Wolf and makes an impassioned pitch to become "a rock and roll critic." When the young man...

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Hear Rolling Stones' Rocking 'Dead Flowers' Alternate Take

May 27, 2015

The Rolling Stones have released the alternate version of "Dead Flowers" that will appear on their upcoming deluxe reissue of Sticky Fingers. A stark departure from the country romp that came out on the group's 1971 LP, the alternate take plays up a bluesier,...

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Rolling Stones Kick Off 'Zip Code' Tour With Rock-Solid Gig

May 25, 2015

Mick Jagger's dancing has never been understated, but it gets even broader when he's performing in open-air stadiums — as he was last night when the Rolling Stones kicked off their 2015 "Zip Code" tour with a rock-solid performance at San Diego's...

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Rolling Stones Torch 'Sticky Fingers' at Surprise L.A. Show

May 21, 2015

"Hey, hey, hey!" Mick Jagger shouted as he rushed to the stage last night at the humble Fonda Theatre in Hollywood, beginning a surprise Rolling Stones gig to officially launch the 2015 Zip Code Tour. The appearance followed days of rumors suggesting...

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Brad Paisley to Open for the Rolling Stones

May 19, 2015

Country star and expert guitar shredder Brad Paisley gets the honor of opening for the legendary Rolling Stones when their summer stadium tour stops in Nashville. Taking place June 17th at Music City's LP Field, the show is part of the Stones' 15-city...

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Mick Jagger Remembers B.B. King, Names Favorite Rapper

May 18, 2015

The Rolling Stones took a break from rehearsing for their 15-date Zip Code tour to answer a few fan questions via Twitter Monday. In between questions about their hair and the Sticky Fingers recording sessions, Mick Jagger and Keith Richards spoke...

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Rolling Stones Unveil Alternate 'Can't You Hear Me Knocking'

April 28, 2015

When the Rolling Stones gathered at London’s Olympic Studios in the summer of 1970 to work on Sticky Fingers, they'd already laid down several classics like "Brown Sugar" and "Dead Flowers"  in previous months. But they weren't out of...

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Keith Richards: 'I Want to See How Far the Stones Can Go'

April 9, 2015

If everything goes according to plan, the next year is going to be a busy time for Keith Richards. He's about to begin rehearsals for a 15-date North American stadium tour with the Rolling Stones, he's got a new solo album roughly slated for September...

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Mick Jagger: 'I'm Not Thinking About Retirement'

April 7, 2015

Mick Jagger may be a great-grandfather just three months away from his 72nd birthday, but slowing down doesn't seem to have crossed his mind. He's spent the past two and a half years on the road with the Rolling Stones and he's gearing...

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Rolling Stones Plan Summer Tour, 'Sticky Fingers' Reissue

March 31, 2015

UPDATE 2: The Rolling Stones have delayed the release of the Sticky Fingers reissue from May 26th to June 9th, a spokesperson for the band tells Rolling Stone.  UPDATE: Mick Jagger tells Rolling Stone that the group is considering...

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'Gimme Shelter' Co-Director Albert Maysles Dead at 88

March 6, 2015

Albert Maysles, the director who, alongside his brother David, revolutionized documentary filmmaking, died at the age of 88 Thursday night. The filmmaker had been battling pancreatic cancer recently and had fallen ill last month. "It is with...

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Bill Wyman Talks Solo Return, Glory Days With the Stones

May 22, 2015

It's been well over three decades since former Rolling Stones bassist Bill Wyman last released a solo record, but on June 22nd, the hiatus ends with Back to Basics. After discovering a collection of long-abandoned demo tapes, Wyman re-entered...

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See Rolling Stones Play 'Sticky Fingers' at Tiny L.A. Gig

May 21, 2015

The Rolling Stones previewed their upcoming Zip Code tour with a surprise concert Wednesday night at L.A.'s tiny Fonda Theatre, where they played their classic 1971 album Sticky Fingers in its entirety for the first time ever. The group is reissuing...

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Flashback: Rolling Stones Play 'Beast of Burden' in 1978

May 19, 2015

The Rolling Stones were widely considered past their prime by the time that 1978 rolled around. They were still one of the biggest bands on the planet, but the rise of punk and disco made them seem passé and recent releases Black and Blue and It's...

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Hear Rolling Stones' Alternate 'Bitch' With Different Lyrics

May 5, 2015

When the Rolling Stones' classic Sticky Fingers is reissued next month, it will feature a number of previously unreleased studio takes of songs on the LP. The most recent to be unveiled is this ragged, extended version of "Bitch," which features...

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Readers' Poll: The 10 Best Rolling Stones Deep Cuts

April 15, 2015

The Rolling Stones tend to center their concerts around their vast catalog of hits, but Mick Jagger tells us that this summer's tour will also highlight some lesser-known tunes from Sticky Fingers. Nothing is confirmed, but it seems quite...

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Rolling Stones to Issue Rare 1971 Club Concert on Video

April 8, 2015

In addition to celebrating their 1971 masterpiece Sticky Fingers, the Rolling Stones will release a concert film of a London club gig they played the year that record came out. The release, From the Vault: The Marquee – Live in 1971, will...

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Mick Jagger: We May Play 'Sticky Fingers' on Tour

April 1, 2015

The Rolling Stones are releasing a deluxe edition of Sticky Fingers on May 26th, and fans that see the band this summer might get to experience the 1971 album in its entirety. "We're floating the idea of playing the whole album," Mick Jagger...

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