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Shine a Light

  • Video: Behind the Scenes at the Rolling Stones and Jack White Cover Shoot

    What happens when you stick a trio of rock legends in the same room for a Rolling Stone cover shoot? They crack a bottle of wine, grab some acoustic guitars and get comfortable chatting about playing live and Martin Scorsese's new documentary Shine a Light. Check out Mick Jagger, Keith Richards and Jack White in […]

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  • The New Issue of Rolling Stone: The Rolling Stones and Jack White

    In honor of this week's release of the stunning new Martin Scorsese-directed concert film Shine a Light, the new issue of Rolling Stone (on newsstands today) features Mick Jagger and Keith Richards of the Rolling Stones along with Jack White (who plays with the band in the movie on "Loving Cup"). Click below for excerpts […]

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  • Stars Come Out For New York Premiere of Rolling Stones' "Shine a Light"

    For a complete gallery of photos from this show, click here.   According to Ron Wood, the four core members of the Rolling Stones are little more than schoolboys, with only their descriptors shifting (Keith being a "thieving" schoolboy, while Mick is of the "sly" variety). But this comparison to co-eds on the red carpet […]

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  • Scorsese Unveils Rolling Stones Doc at Berlin Film Fest

    The Rolling Stones and Martin Scorsese opened the Berlin International Film Festival today with the world premiere of the Stones concert film Shine a Light. After a screening, the band and the director met with an overflow crowd of reporters for a press conference full of mutual admiration. Mick Jagger pointed out that "Shine a […]

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  • Rolling Stones "Shine a Light" on Universal, Tenure With EMI Likely Over

    The Rolling Stones have signed a one-album deal with Universal Music Group for the release of their next album, the live soundtrack to Martin Scorsese's concert film Shine a Light. The Universal deal likely spells the end of the Stones' sixteen-year partnership with EMI, as the band's record contract with that label expires next month. […]

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