A selection of David Bowies’ costumes are now on display at the ‘David Bowie Is’ exhibition at the Victoria & Albert Museum in London, England. Check out some photos from the exhibit here. (via Getty Images)
The band has come right out and told fans who they can expect to see turn up at tonight’s (November 29) show at London’s O2 Arena: Eric Clapton and Florence Welch of pop-rockers Florence and the Machine, once again portraying a combo of the new and old-school.
On Sunday, the Rolling Stones played their first arena show in six years. The fan reaction was joyous – but the authorities apparently aren’t so amused about the Stones playing over curfew.
The recently refurbished vehicle is scheduled to be available for bidding for between £300,000-£380,000 ($482,880 – $611,648) however, the vehicle is labeled without reserve, it might sell for much more.
Rolling Stones fans have been eagerly awaiting news about the band’s much-talked-about 50th anniversary tour. And while there’s still no actual news about it, Billboard Biz has a report — cited simply to “a source” — which if true, would mean the Stones may play some dates within three months.
The E Street Band’s Steven Van Zandt was fuming after London authorities pulled the plug on their show just as Springsteen was jamming with Paul McCartney, but he’s now apologized for his police-bashing tweets.
The Rolling Stones returned to the site of their very first gig 50 years ago today for a new band photo.
As rumored over the last several months, The Who will play the Olympics closing ceremony in London on August 12.
Omega, the official time-keeper of the 2012 London Olympics, has used “Start Me Up” to soundtrack Olympic athletes.
Paul McCartney gets by with a little help from his friends — or at least he did last night (March 29).