Fans have been wondering for months if this year’s Rolling Stones tour dates marked the end of the road for the band, and now they have their answer.
Jagger “categorically denies that he has ever made a pass at Katy Perry. Perhaps she is confusing him with someone else.”
Here, we focus on the Rolling Stones’ ‘Goats Head Soup,’ which had the unenviable job of following up ‘Exile on Main St.’ The chart-topping album turned 40 this weekend.
During a recent on-stage interview at Google headquarters in California, the country star talks songwriting, video shoots, the power of technology, and a ‘cool’ project he’s got brewing around his new single ‘I Can’t Change The World.’
This week’s episode — the second to last of a shortened, ten-part season — may have been the best, with a final goodbye to a longtime character and a particularly bloody jailbreak.
So, with the Rolling Stones having completed their 50 & Counting Tour of the U.S. Monday night (June 26) in Washington, D.C., we wondered, could this be the last time the Stones will tour big?
Watching the band at the last U.S. stop on their 50 & Counting Tour Monday night (June 24) at the Verizon Center in Washington, D.C., there was no indication that they may pack it in.
In a shocking scuffle caught on tape, Red Hot Chili Peppers’ frontman Anthony Kiedis was involved in a violent confrontation with a bodyguard (possibly working for the Rolling Stones).
During their Philadelphia show Tuesday, Stones chose one of their twangiest songs to showcase the voice and guitar work of country superstar Paisley. Watch it here.
With the Rolling Stones’ U.S. tour winding down (it comes to a close June 24 in Washington, D.C.), the question among fans is: Will this be the last time the band plays the states? The [...]
“We shot a bit ’round Johnny’s house,” Richards told British magazine Mojo, adding that Tom Waits, Waddy Wachtel (guitarist in Richards’ solo band the X-Pensive Winos) and drummer Jim Keltner were present at the shoot as well.
Watch the video of Taylor Swift and Mick Jagger, and see photos and the set list from the Rolling Stones’ third night in Chicago.
Sheryl Crow helped out the Stones on Friday, and now it’s Taylor Swift’s turn.
Carrie Underwood joined Mick Jagger on stage in Toronto for a high-energy version of “It’s Only Rock ‘n Roll.”
Back in November, HBO premiered Rolling Stones doc “Crossfire Hurricane,” and this week, it comes out on DVD. Upon the film’s initial premiere, Radio.com spoke to the film’s director, Brett Morgen, about access he got to the Stones.