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You can just hear the folks at Amazon.com (AMZN) humming along when Mick Jagger sings that “time is on my side.” And according to J.P. Morgan analyst Christopher Horvers and his team, so is Amazon Prime.
Its title and release date are still TBD, but we do already know Brad Paisley's next album will likely be his most eclectic. The country star has already released the LP's first single, a provocative, guitar-driven duet with Demi Lovato called "Without a Fight." And now the country star is revealing...
The Rolling Stones hyped their career-spanning exhibit Exhibitionism by flying New York 'superfan' Alex Emanuel for a surprise meet-and-greet. "I suppose I can die now," Emanuel says in the clip, after shaking hands with Mick Jagger, Keith Richards, Charlie Watts and Ronnie Wood. Exhibitionism encompasses two floors at Saatchi Gallery. Show More Summary
From Andy Warhol and Studio 54 to Mick Jagger and Donald Trump, Rose with Thorns Hartman has lived a colorful life, photographing the rich and famous at play.
Mick Jagger was singing "I can't get no satisfaction" over the public address system. On the mound was sidearmer Collin Quinn of San Juan Capistrano JSerra. There were no pro scouts in sight. There were no college recruiters. Radar guns were nonexistent. It took 74 pitches for Quinn to throw a...
A scene on a recent episode of HBO's "Vinyl," the TV series created by Martin Scorsese and Mick Jagger, shows a young DJ Kool Herc, played by Dominique Johnson, at one of the parties where the turntable pioneer was inventing hip-hop....Show More Summary
Listen. Tea is great. There are indisputable health benefits to drinking it. A lot of wildly successful people drink (or drank) tea: C.S. Lewis and Henry James, Mick Jagger and Marianne Faithfull, Audrey Hepburn and Helen Mirren. Politicians and priests drink it, and queens obviously drink it. Show More Summary
Even Mick Jagger can't touch Taylor Swift's moves. Though her last year hasn't been totally easy — including a revived feud with Kanye West — she came out on top in the music world in terms of the money she earned. Billboard released...Show More Summary
Mick Jagger doesn't give a rat's ass how many delegates Donald Trump's secured, he and the Rolling Stones are putting the kibosh on their music getting played at Trump rallies. The Stones fired off a cease and desist letter to the campaign…
Jean Pigozzi's pool parties might be as famous as the guests who have attended them over the years. Businessman, art collector, philanthropist, and all-around entertainer, Pigozzi has been throwing get-togethers for the rich, beautiful,...Show More Summary
Mick Jagger paid tribute to his late girlfriend L’Wren Scott on what would have been her 52nd birthday – US Weekly Kelly Ripa brings up Michael Strahan‘s divorces on Live! – Gossip Cop See the cast of Almost Famous in Concert in costume – Just Jared Jr Robert Downey Jr. discusses the possibility of an [...]
LONDON — Vogue has long been the international barometer of style, delivering its universally-respected verdict on what's — and who's — hot. Twitter has other ideas, however. SEE ALSO: Kate Moss wearing Mick Jagger's Union Jack cape...Show More Summary
Ted can’t get no Satisfaction… Ted Cruz spoke to reporters on Wednesday morning after getting THUMPED in five northeast states... The post Ted Cruz: Donald Trump Likes to Parachute into a Stadium Like Mick Jagger (Video) appeared first on The Gateway Pundit.
Mick Jagger is one of the biggest rock and roll stars the world has ever produced. But according to a new book about the band, Jagger is also power-hungry monster.
I HOPE WE’RE NOT TOO MESSIANIC OR A TRIFLE TOO SATANIC: Mick Jagger portrayed as ‘monstrous’ in new book ‘The Sun & the Moon & the Rolling Stones.’
It's only rock and roll — but it was enough to transform Mick Jagger into a power-hungry monster.
Prince always had superpowers. You only had to witness him picking up a guitar or sitting down at a keyboard to know it. His voice could encompass Curtis Mayfield, Stevie Wonder, and Mick Jagger, while remaining recognizable as its own thing. Show More Summary
As the world still tries to process the news that Prince is dead, musicians like Aretha Franklin, Mick Jagger and Madonna have done their best to honor the man with the unfettered falsetto and unparalleled influence on music. In a post...Show More Summary
Since the announcement that Prince was found dead this morning at his Paisley Park estate in Minnesota at the age of 57, countless people—including Drake, President Obama, Questlove, Frank Ocean, Justin Vernon, the Haim sisters, and plenty more—have taken to social media to pay tribute to the icon. Show More Summary