LAS VEGAS (AP) - You can't always get what you want. Unless, perhaps, you're a member of the Green Valley High School choir and you want a chance to sing on stage with the Rolling Stones. The Henderson school's choir will join the Stones at the MGM Grand Garden Arena in Las Vegas Saturday night for the encore performance of their hit song, "You Can't Always Get What You Want."
The Rolling Stones opened up their 2013 North American leg of their "50 And Counting..." tour Friday night in Los Angeles, but it was rather obvious special guest Gwen Stefani didn't quite get the memo. The group's 23-song set at Staples...Show More Summary
Len Trievnor, Getty Images Looks like former Rolling Stones guitarist Mick Taylor (pictured above, second from left) is going to be hitting the road with his old bandmates once again. Keith Richards revealed the news during last night's...Show More Summary
Don Emmert, AFP The Rolling Stones today confirmed details of their North American "50 And Counting" arena trek which will kick off sometime in early May in Los Angeles depending on the availability of the Staples Center and potential conflict with the National Hockey League playoffs. Show More Summary
Ian Gavan, Getty Images LONDON (AP) - The Rolling Stones will be taking the stage again this summer at one of Britain's leading music festivals. The Stones' appearance at the 2013 Glastonbury Festival - set to take place from June 28...Show More Summary
Kevork Djansezian, Getty Images In the new interview for their cover feature with Rolling Stone, Mumford & Sons keyboardist Ben Lovett spoke out on the mainstream music industry's appropriation of their folk-rock sound. After hearing...Show More Summary
Don Emmert, Getty Jo Wood, ex-wife of Rolling Stones guitarist Ronnie Wood, is dishing the dirt about the performer's drug and alcohol addiction in her new autobiography, Hey Jo. Amongst her accusations: that he offered her cocaine while...Show More Summary
Jason Kempin, Getty Images Bianca Jagger has had her fair share of legal troubles in the past year. As Spinner previously reported, the ex-wife of Rolling Stones frontman Mick Jagger owed over $300,000 in legal fees and back rent from a dispute with her New York City landlord. Now the lady Jagger is trying to dodge a finder's fee. Show More Summary
Matthew C.X. Langford for AOL Anticipation about Super Bowl XLVII is already building with the commercials between the action getting plenty of press. And information is starting to emerge about what music will be included in those advertisements. Spin...Show More Summary
Larry Busacca, Getty Images Third time's the charm! Rolling Stones' Ron Wood married his girlfriend of eight months, Sally Humphreys, yesterday (Dec. 21) at London's Dorchester Hotel. "I'm feeling great," Wood told UK's The Sun newspaper, who wore pink socks to the reception. "It was excellent, so great. Brilliant."
Elektra Before he would achieve recognition as the guitarist for Patti Smith, Lenny Kaye wrote reviews and articles for Rolling Stone in its early years and was hired as a freelance talent scout by Elektra Records in 1970. During that...Show More Summary
AFP, Getty Images Fred Armisen and Carrie Brownstein's "Portlandia" is back with a little help from Jack White. [Rolling Stone] Paul McCartney and Nirvana's performance at the 12-12-12 event last week was repeated this past weekend on "Saturday Night Live." Now you can hear the studio version of the heavenly band's one-off single "Cut Me Some Slack." [Antiquiet]
Charles Sykes/Invision/AP NEW YORK (AP) - Only at a Rolling Stones concert could appearances by Bruce Springsteen and Lady Gaga seem almost like afterthoughts. Those superstars and other top acts including the Black Keys and John Mayer...Show More Summary
Keystone Features, Getty I'm standing in a blacktop lot on the grounds of the National Orange Show Events Center in San Bernardino, California. It's a clear, California winter's day; about 90 degrees. There are agricultural halls on the wide-open property, along with some 1950s-era exhibit buildings. Show More Summary
Dave Allocca, AP Fifty years. That's five times as long as the Beatles' career, and quite a bit longer than most other bands (or marriages). Rock 'n' roll was meant to explode and fall apart, so how humanoids like Keith Richards, Mick Jagger and company have survived the ringer this long remains a mystery. Show More Summary
Charles Sykes/Invision/AP NEW YORK (AP) - Bruce Springsteen, Lady Gaga and The Black Keys will join the Rolling Stones on Saturday for the final concert marking the band's 50th anniversary. The concert will be held at the Prudential Center in Newark, N.J. The band said Monday the concert will be telecast live on pay-per-view.
Don Emmert, Getty Images NEW YORK (AP) - It sure didn't feel like a farewell. The Rolling Stones - average age 68-plus, if you're counting - were in rollicking form as they rocked the Barclays Center in Brooklyn for 2½ hours Saturday night, their first U.S. Show More Summary
Ian Gavan, Getty Images NEW YORK (AP) - "Time Waits for No One," the Rolling Stones sang in 1974, but lately it's seemed like that grizzled quartet does indeed have some sort of exemption from the ravages of time. At an average age of...Show More Summary
Ian Gavan, Getty Images NEW YORK (AP) - The Rolling Stones have been added to the list of artists performing at the Superstorm Sandy benefit concert next week in New York City. Next Wednesday's bill had already included Paul McCartney, Bruce Springsteen & The E Street Band, The Who, Alicia Keys, Kanye West and others.
Jon Levy, AFP, Getty Images As Spinner previously reported, Fleetwood Mac are reuniting for new tunes (hopefully) and a new tour, but one of the band's integral members will be left out of the mix. Speaking to Rolling Stone, singer Stevie...Show More Summary