The $40 price tag on the Rolling Stones upcoming pay-per-view concert is looking more like a bargain after the band announced Bruce Springsteen, Lady Gaga and the Black Keys would make appearances. The Dec. 15 special will air live from the Prudential Center in Newark, N.J. It's the final stop on their "50 and Counting" tour stop for 2012.
You can add the Rolling Stones to the list of first-class rockers who are lending a hand in support of victims of Hurricane Sandy. The Stones join an already impressive list of rockers performing at the 12.12.12 Benefit concert being held at Madison Square Garden on Wed. Dec. 12.
The Rolling Stones continued their '50 & Counting' tour last night (Nov. 29) in front of another packed crowd at London's O2 Arena, offering old friends, new guests, and a few surprises during a lengthy 23-song set list.
Is the Rolling Stones' Ron Wood a wedded man? That was the question on the tongues of many when he and fiancée Sally Humphreys turned up wearing matching silver bands on their wedding fingers Tuesday (Nov. 27) at the British Fashion Awards.
Folks who shelled out their life savings to attend the Rolling Stones' first concert in London on Sunday (Nov. 25) may have had an incredible time, but they're about to start complaining. Word is that Eric Clapton will be sitting in with the group for tomorrow night's show.
Ken Regan was on the sidelines to watch some of the most iconic sporting and rock 'n' roll events of the last 40 years. In addition to extensive coverage of the Rolling Stones and Bob Dylan, Regan covered several Olympics and Super Bowls before his death on Sunday (Nov. 25). His daughter Suzanne Regan says the cause of death was cancer.
As long as the Rolling Stones are doing a victory lap in honor of their 50th anniversary, it makes sense that, before they're barely out of the starting blocks, they revisit another important part of their illustrious past: they got in trouble with the law.
"Good to see you all. Good to see anybody," quipped guitarist Keith Richards from the stage of the Rolling Stones' first 50th anniversary arena show -- but the pleasure was the audience's during a 150-minute set that included a number of the band's greatest hits, as well as appearances from former Stones, famous friends and the London Youth Choir.
Tomorrow (Nov. 25) will see the proper return to the stage of the Rolling Stones, with the first of two gigs at London's 02 Arena. However, even though the eyes of the rock world will be upon them and they've had two warm-up gigs in Paris, they are still not sure of what they will play.
Pete Bennett, a legendary figure known as the "World's No. 1 Promotions Man," has died. he was found dead of a heart attack in his home in New York. He had claimed to be 67, but stories over the years often listed his real age as up to 10 years older.
With their new song, 'Doom and Gloom' getting plenty of airplay on rock radio, it was only a matter of time before the Rolling Stones released a video for the song. That day has come, and as you can see we have the video embedded above.
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