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Mick Jagger Says He Is “Struggling to Understand” Girlfriend L’Wren Scott’s Death

A day after his girlfriend L’Wren Scott was found dead in her New York apartment, believed to be from an apparent suicide, Mick Jagger is sharing his thoughts on the tragic passing.


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A Salute To Our Troops: The Veterans Of Rock

Today we play the veterans of rock ‘n’ roll for the vets who fought for our country.


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Police: Fairfield Man Claims He Was Making Bomb For Rolling Stones Rocker

According to an arrest warrant, Joseph C. Callahan, 69, also claimed to be making a bomb for Rolling Stones rocker Keith Richards, the Connecticut Post reported.


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Show Prep with ‘Broadway’ Bill Lee: Make Those Shoulders Feel The Burn

Utilizing his favorite piece of equipment, the heavy ropes, BBL uses the “slam” technique to supercharge his shoulder workout.


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Vote: The Rolling Stones’ Greatest Songs Of All Time

Once voting is complete, we’ll rank to 10 Greatest Songs By The Rolling Stones of All Time as voted on by you, the CBS-FM Listener.



The Rolling Stones Release Hyde Park Live Album

Not even ten days after the band’s performance on the 13th, the Rolling Stones have released Hyde Park Live, a 19-track concert film documenting the two shows.


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Mick Jagger’s Hair Sells For $6K At Auction

A lock of Mick Jagger’s hair sold for £4,000 (US $6,000) to an anonymous bidder in London last week.


The Glastonbury Festival 2013

The Stones Rock Glastonbury 2013

Sometimes, bands fade out. From booming careers to starring on “Celebrity Rehab,” more often than not, the road to fame and fortune is paved with illicit substances instead of gold. That is, unless you’re The Rolling Stones.


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Will This Be ‘The Last Time’ For The Rolling Stones?

Mick Jagger and Keith Richards are both approaching their big seven-ohs. Charlie Watts is already a septuagenarian (yep, actually a word), and Ron Wood is in his late 60s. 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? Just how long are they planning on going with this “and counting” bit?


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Rolling Stones Close U.S. Tour In Washington D.C.

So, was it the last time the Rolling Stones will perform in the U.S.?