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The Rolling Stones in 2013

See the Rolling Stones’ Setlist from Their Los Angeles Fonda Show Last Night

There’s also a video from the show. If you’re a “Sticky Fingers” fan, you’ll be especially interested.


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Rolling Stones Announce Intimate Club Show in Los Angeles

The classic rock icons will play a small show in L.A. to warm up for the imminent ZIP Code tour.


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Rolling Stones Tap Brad Paisley to Open Nashville Show

The classic rock titans will be joined by a country music icon in Music City.



‘Guitar Hero’ Returning with Songs By Pantera, the Rolling Stones &… Skrillex?

To be fair, ‘Bangarang’ does have some crazy guitar playing on it.


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In Music Documentaries, How Much Is ‘Too Much’ Information?

Whether the subject is Kurt Cobain or bands like Fleetwood Mac and the Stones, we have to wonder: How much do we really need to know about the personal lives of our favorite artists?


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The Rolling Stones Drove Around New York Playing on a Flatbed Truck [VIDEO]

Watch a clip of their unusual tour announcement from May 1, 1975.


Ron Wood interview animation Minimation: The Rolling Stones’ ‘New Guy’ Ron Wood on Joining the Band

Said Ron Wood to Mick Jagger, “If you really get desperate, and you need me, find me wherever I am in the world.” This was in the days before social media and cell phones. Somehow, they tracked him down.


Don Was (photo credit: Gabi Porter)

Don Was on Brian Wilson’s New LP, the Rolling Stones’ ‘Sticky Fingers’ and the Sinatra Album that Almost [Ahem] Was

Don Was says he and Bob Dylan had a great idea for a late-career Frank Sinatra project: “We wanted him to do an album of Hank Williams songs.”


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These #Bandwiches Are Making Us Hungry

Comedy Central’s ‘@midnight’ is turning band names into sandwiches. Combining music and food…naturally, we’re going to contribute.


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‘Ladies and Gentlemen: The Rolling Stones’ and the Quadraphonic Sound

The Rolling Stones’ 1974 concert movie was a groundbreaking moment for surround sound film.