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After the Show: The Kooples Channel Eclectic Rock Style for Fall ’17 Collection

Music legends such as Johnny Cash, The Doors, Jimi Hendrix, and The Rolling Stones come to mind with the unveiling of The Kooples’ fall-winter 2017 men’s collection. Presented during Paris Fashion Week, the outing captures the spirit of the 1960s and 70s. Show More Summary

Trump enters inaugural show to Rolling Stones’ ‘Heart of Stone'

3 hours agoNews : NY Daily News

Mick Jagger — or a recording of the singer — greeted Donald Trump and his wife Melania as they entered the inaugural concert Thursday.

Trump walked out to 'Heart of Stone' at the inaugural concert for some unfathomable reason

The voice of Mick Jagger boomed across the Washington Mall as Donald Trump made his grand entrance at the inaugural concert.  From the 1965 recording, of course. Of course the Rolling Stones aren't performing.  "There's been so many girls that I've known. Show More Summary

Trump arrives at the Inaugural Concert — stopping to salute the statue of Abraham Lincoln — to the tune of The Rolling Stones' "Heart of Stone."

"You'll never break this heart of stone," Mick sings — in recorded music — as Donald Trump walks out, holding hands with Melania. Let's keep watching. Here's the NYT coverage:With cameras filming his every move, even his airplane, Mr. Show More Summary

Rolling Stones ‘Heart Of Stone’, Jon Voight Greet Trump & Wife At Lincoln Memorial

Shortly after laying a wreath at the Tomb of the Unknown Soldier, President-elect Donald J Trump, Vice President-elect Mike Pence and their families made their way to the Lincoln Memorial, where a crowd listened to military music played...Show More Summary

Will & Grace Is Coming Back

Will & Grace is back, baby. After months of rumors, NBC announced Wednesday that the series will return for 10 episodes during the 2017-18 TV season, Rolling Stone reports. Eric McCormack, Debra Messing, Sean Hayes, and Megan Mullally, the four main stars of the sitcom that originally ran from 1998...

Another Performer Drops Out of Trump Inauguration Event — Out of Respect to a Music Superstar

Donald Trump has had another performer cancel on him — and this one’s all about Bruce Springsteen. Rolling Stone reports that the B-Street Band, a Springsteen tribute band that has been playing almost 200 shows a year since 1980, announced...

Trump Inauguration Performers Update: Booked Band Pulls Out Just Days Before Event

The list of Trump inauguration performers just got shorter. A band that was booked to perform at a gala Thursday night before Donald Trump’s official swearing in pulled out just days before the event. According to Rolling Stone magazine, the Bruce Springsteen cover band, B Street Band, has cancelled their gig to entertain at the... Show More Summary

Charlie Watts and Mick Jagger listen to Hells Angel Sony Barger defend Altamont murder

3 days agoHumor / odd : Boing Boing

In 1969 The Rolling Stones hired the Hells Angels to help out at a free concert at the Altamont Speedway near Oakland, California. The Stones paid the Angels by giving the $500 worth of beer. One of the Hells Angels ended up killing an 18-year-old man. Show More Summary

Courtney Love Lands First Major TV Role, Relaunches 90s ‘Nasty Gal’ Fashion Line

Courtney Love has just landed a major TV show role, according to Rolling Stone. The 52-year-old singer-turned-actress has just signed on to Lifetime’s adaptation of William Shakespeare’s A Midsummer Night’s Dream. Courtney Love is undoubtedly enjoying her TV acting career. Show More Summary

Matt Taibbi: "Insane Clown President Trump Was Right About The Media"

While U.S. political journalist Matt Taibbi has made no bones about his dislike of Donald Trump... (via Rolling Stone a day after the election) Most of us smarty-pants analysts never thought Trump could win because we saw his run asShow More Summary

Willie Nelson Dishes On New Album ‘God’s Problem Child’

Willie Nelson’s New Album, which is called God’s Problem Child, will be released in the spring of this year. According to Rolling Stone, one of the songs that the new album features was inspired by President-elect Donald Trump and the 2016 Presidential Election. Show More Summary

Newswire: Matthew Weiner donates all his Mad Men stuff to the University Of Texas

Rolling Stone reports that Mad Men creator Matthew Weiner has donated a vast repository of material related to his widely celebrated show, from famous props to research material, to documents exploring its behind-the-scenes battles, to the University Of Texas. Show More Summary

The Legendary Chuck Leavell comes to Mill Town Music Hall in March!

Chuck Leavell, legendary rock and blues musician, who has performed with everyone from The Allman Brothers Band to The Rolling Stones, is coming to Mill Town Music Hall on March 18! Joining him is the equally legendary Randall Bramblett, who plays with artists from Gregg Allman to Bonnie Raitt! Tickets are on sale now!

Newswire: Billy Corgan will be on the road again in 2017

Speaking to Rolling Stone from his suburban Chicago tea shop, Billy Corgan announced that sometime in 2017 he’ll be hopping in a vehicle and hitting the road to journey all around Trump’s America. Tentatively titled “Thirty Days”, he plans to document this road trip with videos released as weekly online installments. Show More Summary

Trump’s Dangerous Support for Conspiracies About Autism and Vaccines

In 2005, Robert F. Kennedy, Jr., published an article in Rolling Stone, and online, at Salon, called “Deadly Immunity.” It was, he wrote, “the story of how government health agencies colluded with Big Pharma to hide the risks of thimerosal’’—a preservative once widely used in vaccines—and “a chilling case study of institutional arrogance, power and greed.”

Don’t miss Chuck Leavell with special guest, Randall Bramblett at Mill Town Music Hall!

Chuck Leavell, legendary rock and blues musician, who has performed with everyone from The Allman Brothers Band to The Rolling Stones, is coming to Mill Town Music Hall on March 18! Joining him is the equally legendary Randall Bramblett, who plays with artists from Gregg Allman to Bonnie Raitt! Tickets are on sale now!

Graded on a Curve: The Rolling Stones, Blue & Lonesome

Well, I’ll be a monkey’s uncle. Had somebody told me The Rolling Stones, who haven’t done jack shit for me since the late seventies, or the mid-seventies for that matter, actually had a decent album in them at this late date, I’ve had written the poor soul off as a candidate for the laughing academy. Show More Summary

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