This Week In History: The Stones, Janis Joplin, Guns N' Roses, Richard Harris & MoreThis week we take a trip back to Ed Sullivan Studios here in the city, a bizarre funeral for Janis Joplin, Axl Rose takes matters into his own hands and more…
Rolling Stones Share New Track 'Hate To See You Go'It's a cover of the Little Walter blues classic.
Rolling Stones Vocalist Mick Jagger Suffers 'Bad Laryngitis'For now, the Rolling Stones Las Vegas show for October 22 is still on.
The Rolling Stones Could Cover Prince at Desert Trip This WeekendThis past weekend, they covered the Beatles at Desert Trip. Might they cover Prince at this weekend's edition of the festival?
English Classic Rockers Rule Desert Trip Weekend One"Welcome to the Palm Springs retirement home for genteel English musicians."
The Rolling Stones 'Hit A Wall' While Recording New Album"Keith suggested that, to cleanse the creative palette, we play 'Blue and Lonesome,' the Little Walter song," says Don Was. "Fortunately we ran the tape and it was just awesome."
The Rolling Stones Announce New Album ‘Blue & Lonesome’Blue & Lonesome is already available for pre-order. Preview "Just Your Fool" now.
The Rolling Stones New Record May Be Out FridayRecently, the Rolling Stones posted a pair of 10-second teasers, accompanied by the message, "Coming October 6."
Rolling Stones, Soundgarden Songs Feature in ‘Westwood’ PremiereThe much-hyped HBO series premiered with two iconic songs, albeit in radically different form than the originals.
This Week In History: The Beatles, Janis Joplin, Aerosmith, John Lennon, Sinead O'Connor & The Rolling StonesThis week get ready to get shocked with great stories from The Beatles; the passing of Janis Joplin; Aerosmith does the right thing for their fans; ZZ Top wants to take to outer space; Sinead O’Conner makes a 'no-no' -- and more!
Rolling Stones To Release Blues Album in DecemberProducer Don Was apparently said, "It was recorded live in the studio in just three days, with the musicians in a circle around the microphones."
Keith Richards Will Live ForeverIn between hand picking his own favorite television programs to air and creating a soundtrack for the weekend, Richards took to Twitter to discuss his own mortality.