Following guest appearances at Rolling Stones shows by John Fogerty, Bonnie Raitt, Gwen Stefani, Tom Waits and Keith Urban, pop singer Katy Perry got her shot with the Stones this weekend, as she shared the stage with them during their show Saturday night in Las Vegas.
The Rolling Stones rocked Los Angeles’ Staples Center on Friday (May 3) with superstar guests and enduring hits at the opening U.S. date of the band’s 50th anniversary tour, 50 and Counting. Last week, the […]
A handful of Rolling Stones fans got the rock and roll equivalent of a “golden ticket” Saturday (April 27) in Los Angeles, as the band announced a surprise gig at the Echoplex just hours before they took the stage.
The world’s greatest rock and roll band is about to hit the road again.
Over the weekend, Keith Richards was a surprise guest at Eric Clapton’s Crossroads Guitar Festival in New York City, joining Clapton for a pair of songs. Keith played guitar and sang lead on the blues number “Key To The Highway,” and then announced, “Now we’re gonna rock it up!” With that, they launched into Chuck Berry’s “Sweet Little Rock and Roller.” Which got us thinking about all the great Chuck Berry covers that the Rolling Stones have put their spin on over the years. Here’s a few we’d love to see on the setlist for their upcoming string of U.S. shows.
Led Zeppelin and Rolling Stones engineer Andy Johns died Sunday (April 7) at the age of 61.
The wait is over: after months of rumors and heresy (and a few days of teasing on social media via the #startmeupwednesday campaign), the Rolling Stones have announced their 2013 U.S. tour dates.
British mega-festival Glastonbury has just announced it’s official lineup and, as rumored, The Rolling Stones are one of the headliners.
Rolling Stones fans have been waiting for months to find out the band’s tour plans, and while rumors have been circulating about what their plans will be, one thing is certain: Charlie Watts will be hitting the stage, albeit with a different band, later this month. His group, The ABC&D of Boogie Woogie, will perform on March 23 and 24 at the Pizza Express Jazz Club in London.
The Rolling Stones have celebrated their golden anniversary with five shows, two new songs, one documentary (2012′s Crossfire Hurricane), and a slew of other film and photo exhibits around the world. Now they’ll get their – believe it or not – first major exhibition at the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame and Museum this spring.