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Keith Richards Shares Rugged Blues Song ‘Substantial Damage’

Fans of the Black Keys, Jon Spencer, and, of course, Richards’ main band should all take note.


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Tom Waits Writes a Poem about Keith Richards

Waits writes that Richards is “faster than a fax machine,” his “urine is blue,” and even claims that Richards was “slapped by the Queen.”


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Keith Richards Still Smokes Weed Every Day

Take a look at Keith Richard’s face. That’s a man who’s lived more lives than his 71 years should have allowed.


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Ed Sheeran Performs “Beast of Burden” with the Rolling Stones

Last night in Kansas City’s Arrowhead Stadium, Mick and the boys brought Ed up on stage to have him help out with their performance of “Beast of Burden.”


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50 Years Ago, the British Nearly Took Over the U.S. Charts

We all remember the British Invasion, but for one week in 1965 it almost became a full-scale occupation of the U.S.


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Ronnie Wood Recalls 1965; Looks Ahead to Future Stones and Faces Projects

It looks like we might get some Rolling Stones dates in 2015, 40 years after the events in Wood’s new book. And the Faces may play again, too.


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This Week In History: The Box Tops Receive “A Letter,” Stevie Wonder Takes the “Higher Ground” & The Rolling Stones “Tattoo You”

This Week In History with Big Jay: The Box Tops Receive “A Letter,” Stevie Takes the “Higher Ground” & the Stones “Tattoo You!”


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Rolling Stones to Release Live Albums from 1975, 1981

In other Stones news, they have a string of dates in Australia and New Zealand next month.


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Lips Like Jagger: Ancient Swamp Creature Named After Mick Jagger

Scientists have named a swamp creature that lived 19 million years ago in Africa after the Rolling Stones’ frontman for his lips.


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This Week In History: The Doors Say ‘Hello, I Love You,’ The Rolling Stones ‘Miss You,’ And Prince Channels Batman With ‘Batdance’

This week, Big Jay highlights The Doors’ ‘Hello, I Love You,’ The Stones’ ‘Miss You,’ And Prince channeling Batman with his ‘Batdance.’