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This summer, The Rolling Stones are going on tour, and for some promotion help, they have turn to a YouTube channel that likes to emulate old ladies. The Kloons have released a new episode of their web series Sisters, and both KeithShow More Summary
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 possible they're going to play "Sister Morphine" and "Moonlight Mile" for the first time...
Paul Ben-Victor, Birgitte Hjort Sorensen, James Jagger and J.C. Mackenzie, originally cast as recurring in HBO’s untitled Rock 'n' Roll pilot from Martin Scorsese, Mick Jagger and Terence Winter, have been promoted to regulars now that...Show More Summary
Unlike Mick Jagger, Facebook Marketing Partner Sprinklr was able to Get Satisfaction. Sprinklr announced recently the acquisition of online community consumer platform Get Satisfaction, which will help Sprinklr extend its ExperienceShow More Summary
The Rolling Stones rocker is a fan, too. Will he be the next guest star?
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 up for a 15-date North American stadium tour this summer. Hours...
We catch up with the Vancouver-born, Antwerp-based menswear star to talk skating, Mick Jagger, and how he got that epic name.
The notorious curmudgeon freaks out over 10-minute phoner.
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 tells Rolling Stone. "At the very least, we'll play the...
The Rolling Stones are heading back to North America. The band confirmed the news on their Twitter account Tuesday morning. Mick Jagger, Keith Richards, Ronnie Wood and Charlie Watts are kicking off a new North American tour in San Diego on May 24. Show More Summary
Below is a collection of 38 pictures of the grooviest couple of the 1960s, Mick Jagger and Marianne Faithfull. Besides being beautiful and the inspiration for a number of the Rolling Stones songs, Faithfull was herself the author of one of their best, "Sister Morphine." See more »
(Paul Mirengoff) The Camille Paglia interview in which she recalls being denounced by feminists for taking too soft a line on the Rolling Stones song “Under My Thumb,” coupled with Steve’s reporting on “sexual paranoia in academe,” reminded...Show More Summary
On a summer evening in London's Hyde Park, a lithe Mick Jagger led swaying throngs in an encore rendition of the Rolling Stones hit "You Can't Always Get What You Want."
In terms of Celebrity Settings, it was a fairly calm week in New York. Still, a few superstars were out and about: Tom Hanks ate at Ocean Grill before a concert, Jane Fonda dined at Indochine, and the New York Rangers ate at Serafina. Show More Summary
Documentary filmmakers Albert Maysles and David Maysles stand next to musician Mick Jagger on the set of the 1970 documentary “Gimme Shelter.” Below are clips spanning Mayles’ six-decade career. Photo by Stanley Bielecki Movie Collection/Getty...Show More Summary
by Bill Pearis Albert Maysles, second right, with brother David, Mick Jagger and Charlie Watts, 1969 Mr. Maysles (pronounced MAY-zuls) departed from documentary conventions by not interviewing his films' subjects. As he explained in an interview with The New York...
This week kicked off with the most star-studded bash of the year — the Vanity Fair Oscars party — and, miraculously, things hardly cooled off from there. Last night, Mert & Marcus House of Love threw a party for Madonna in London, and everyone from Lindsay Lohan to Rita Ora to Nick... More »
The Rolling Stones’ newest live member. ALICIA ROSE What do you say to Mick Jagger when he calls up and asks you to join the Rolling Stones? "Let me check my day planner"? "Sorry, Mick, I've got a tapestry-making webinar that week"? (I'm riffing here.) No, when Mick Jagger calls, you're on the next plane out of town. Show More Summary
Boardwalk Empire director-producer Allen Coulter is reuniting with the series’ executive producers Martin Scorsese and Terence Winter. Coulter has joined HBO’s upcoming untitled Rock 'n' Roll drama series from Scorsese, Mick Jagger and...Show More Summary