From Martin Scorsese and Mick Jagger: The trailer for "Vinyl."
Sometime in the mid-'90s, after grunge and before the boy band era, Mick Jagger approached Martin Scorsese with an idea for a movie about the music business. The project would span several decades of rock history and focus not on decadent musicians, as one might expect, but on the executives who...
HBO's 'Vinyl' – Mick Jagger On What It Was Like In 1970s New York
Okay sure, this video has a couple flubbed lyrics, but it also has Bruce Springsteen and Mick Jagger impressions, a quick "Heroes" cover, and very adorable adult sugar rushes. (Not to mention its on-point-as-usual harmonizing or the snippets in which Chris sings back-up for James.) Roll the clip above for... More »
Rolling Stone has continued to unveil its tribute issue to David Bowie — which so far has included tributes from Mick Jagger and Trent Reznor — today sharing a colorful story from Bono. In it, Bono reveals himself as the ultimate Bowie fanboy, dating all the way back to Bowie's... More »
Bono joins the likes of Trent Reznor and Mick Jagger in contributing a eulogy to Rolling Stone’s upcoming David Bowie memorial issue. The U2 frontman reminisces on the first time he saw Bowie perform, a visit from Bowie during the mixing of Achtung Baby, and an amusing recollection of Bowie seeing the Broadway musical Spider-Man: […]
Right after David Bowie died, his friend and collaborator Mick Jagger shared an old photo of the two on Twitter, noting that the pair "had so many good times together." Now the Rolling Stones front man has shared some of those good times with Rolling Stone as part of a... More »
When David Bowie agreed to perform at Live Aid at London's Wembley Stadium in July 1985, he had a grand vision of duetting with Mick Jagger via satellite at Philadelphia's JFK Stadium for a cover of Martha and the Vandellas "Dancing In The Street." Those plans quickly fell apart when the...
In our new David Bowie tribute issue, on sale January 29th, several of Bowie's peers remember the singer and his musical impact. Here, Mick Jagger reflects on his 40-plus year friendship with the singer. I can't remember how I met David — which is weird — but we used to hang out in London a lot...
(January 26, 2016 12:02 AM, by Bryan Caplan) In Mastering 'Metrics, Angrist and Pischke write: [S]ome people cut their schooling short so as to pursue more immediately lucrative activities. Sir Mick Jagger abandoned his pursuit of a degree at the London School of Economics in 1963 to play... (0 COMMENTS)
This wasn't an acid flashback, although to my ears it sounded like one. Several months ago, I was with 27,000 people screaming for a disheveled 73-year-old Senator from Vermont. He didn't look like Mick Jagger. We were in the Los Angeles Sports Arena, where The Doors played in the 60's. Show More Summary
Rolling Stones' Mick Jagger and Ronnie Wood got all Brazilian with their MUCH younger chicks, but we ain't talking thongs -- we're talking meat. Tons of meat. The Stones hit up the carnivore mecca on Wednesday night... Brazilian steakhouse…
Mick Jagger and Martin Scorsese's TV Series 'Vinyl' Airs In February - Here's What We Know So Far
Milan's menswear fall 2016 shows wrapped up yesterday, which means there's a ton of runway shows to catch up on. Gucci borrowed inspiration from the '60s in a collection fit for a young Mick Jagger, complete with flared pants, floral embroidery, and turtlenecks styled under blazers. Over the weekend, there... More »
The new series, on HBO, stars Bobby Cannavale as a record-label executive who has lost faith in the music industry.
Sir Mick Jagger says he and his late friend David Bowie had “fun times” together while dominating the music scene in the late 60’s/70’s. The Rolling Stone frontman opened up to ET at the premiere of the new HBO series, Vinyl – on which Jagger serves as an executive producer. Show More Summary
Last October, HBO announced the Valentine’s Day premiere date for the two-hour pilot of its upcoming 1970s music industry drama Vinyl, executive produced by Martin Scorsese, Mick Jagger, and Terrence Winter. Today the tracklist for the show’s first of many soundtracks was revealed. …Read More
What a crazy week. First we had the Golden Globes, and then got news of beloved starman David Bowie's death, plunging Twitter into grief. Then the State Of The Union, Rupert Murdoch got engaged to Mick Jagger's ex, three lucky people...Show More Summary
by Bill Pearis HBO's ambitious new series Vinyl, created by Mick Jagger, Martin Scorsese and Sopranos producer Terrence Winter, debuts on February 14. With the '70s rock n' roll music biz at the heart of the show, it should be...
"Vinyl" is a new HBO show about the 1970s New York music scene, which is executive produced by Martin Scorsese, Mick Jagger, and Terence Winter ("Boardwalk Empire," "The Sopranos"). It premieres February 14. The show's soundtrack will be released in weekly installments by Atlantic Records and Warner Bros. Show More Summary