Stop. Hey. What’s that sound? That sound? It’s Brian Wilson and Al Jardine harmonizing on “Good Vibrations.” It’s the Glimmer Twins, Mick Jagger and Keith Richards, sharing a mic during “Satisfaction.” It’s Neil Young, a few months shy...Show More Summary
It wasn’t officially open to the public yet, but last Thursday, the Rolling Stones’ Mick... The post Mick Jagger and Ronnie Wood checked out this MCA exhibit (you should, too!) appeared first on Chicago Entertainment - Chicago Sun-Times.
Ed Sheeran learned how to play “Beast Of Burden” by The Rolling Stones at the request of Mick Jagger himself. Ed Sheeran made headlines on Sunday after joining The Rolling Stones on stage in Kansas City for a performance of “Beast of...Show More Summary
Ed Sheeran, our modern-day male master of live duets, hopped onstage with The Rolling Stones to perform the 1978 classic "Beast of Burden" over the weekend. Sheeran received a phone call from Mick Jagger on Friday and learned the song...Show More Summary
Ed Sheeran is in demand. He was the opening act for the Rolling Stones’ Kansas City date of their Zip Code Tour, and the audience was treated to a performance they may never forget. Sheeran joined Mick Jagger, Keith Richards, and Ronnie...Show More Summary
Mick Jagger is the well known frontman of one of the most iconic bands in history. But a former bandmate is angry after a commemorative plaque claims that Mick Jagger formed the famous rock band. According to WTOP, the plaque reads,Show More Summary
With the apparent demise of the Confederate flag, the vindication of Obamacare and chronic poor diet, these really are the days that try the elasticity of the arteries of post-55 white male America. But amidst the gnashing of teeth, one thing should be apparent. Show More Summary
Samuel L. Jackson, in town filming Spike Lee's "Chiraq," was spotted dining at Gibsons Rush Street steakery Monday night, while director Lee himself was seen next door at Hugo's Frog Bar. The post Stars on the town: Samuel L. Jackson, Mick Jagger, Judd Apatow appeared first on Chicago Entertainment - Chicago Sun-Times.
Queen Latifah's "new" movie, HBO's Bessie, actually has been on her radar for more than 20 years. Latifah was best known as a rap artist in the 1990s when producers Richard D. Zanuck and Lili Fini Zanuck approached her about portraying...Show More Summary
Mick Jagger's famous lips, abs, and ass will be on display... as in, an art display featuring very rare photos from a legendary Rolling Stones performance. The Stones played a tiny London club called the Marquee back in '71 -- it was only recorded…
Essential Homme releases its June/July 2015 issue and Janis Ancens stars in a story that captures the essence of iconic rock looks to come from legends such as Mick Jagger and Bowie. Donning fashions from Saint Laurent, Gucci, 3.1 Phillip...Show More Summary
The Following alum Annie Parisse and Ken Marino (We’re The Millers) have booked recurring roles on HBO's untitled Rock 'n' Roll drama series, from Martin Scorsese, Mick Jagger and Terence Winter. Set in 1970s New York, the drama explores...Show More Summary
Van Morrison joined an elite group of musicians Friday, one that includes Mick Jagger, Paul McCartney and Bono. The Belfast-born singer-songwriter was awarded an honorary knighthood by Britain's Queen Elizabeth during her annual Birthday Honours celebration. The newly-titled Sir George Ivan Morrison was selected to receive the highest honor for an...
Winning fans with her sweet, melancholy sound, Marianne Faithfull's long career is marked by her battles with drugs, a marriage to Mick Jagger, and reinvention. Marianne Faithfull going to court the day after a drug raid at her and Mick Jagger’s residence at Cheyne Walk, May 1969. Show More Summary
"Thank you very much, San Diego, you were bloody wonderful!" Mick Jagger shouted from the stage at Petco Park on May 24th. The Rolling Stones had just finished the first night of their 15-date Zip Code stadium tour, delivering well over two hours of rock & roll – from the raucous "Jumpin'...
Last Tuesday, I interviewed the Rolling Stones' Mick Jagger for my "Anatomy of a Song" column in the Arena section of this Friday's Wall Street Journal (go here). As readers of JazzWax know, my "Anatomy" column takes a deep dive...
It’s great to be in [insert name of city]! How about them [insert name of local sports team]! For politicians and rock stars, pandering to the local customers is a tradition as old as the world’s oldest profession. And it works, routinely drawing loud cheers from the people who live in the city that gets…
Mick asks the eternal question: Why would anyone want to leave?
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 Petco Park. Blessed with one of the most...
Is Harry Styles turning into Mick Jagger of the Rolling Stones — in rare ways? Over the third week of May, Harry Styles was in the headlines alongside Mick Jagger in more instances than one. Is there a reason for this constant pairing...Show More Summary