The Rolling Stones

The Rolling Stones

Hear The Rolling Stones' 1965 BBC Recording of "(I Can't Get No) Satisfaction"

The Rolling Stones recently announced their forthcoming On Air album, a project that compiles the band’s BBC performances from the early 1960s. And about a month before the album’s released, the band has shared one of its tracks.
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The Rolling Stones performing in Havana, Cuba 2016

Watch The Rolling Stones' Trippy New "2000 Light Years From Home" Lyric Video

In honor of its 50th anniversary, The Rolling Stone’s psychedelic 1967 album, Their Satanic Majesties Request, is getting a 2017 makeover in the form of a reissue. Ahead of the box set’s September release, the band has shared the lyric video from one of the album’s songs.
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Albums to Look Out for This September

Another month, another slew of classic rock album/video releases you'll want to take notice of!
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The Rolling Stones

More Blues Albums From The ROLLING STONES?!

It's now been a dozen years since The ROLLING STONES last released an album of new, original songs (The Biggest Bang was released in 2005), and the band of heritage rockers have been planning to record & release a new album for quite a while at this point. Now, STONES' riff-meister KEITH...
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The Rolling Stones on the Red Carpet

OTD in 1978, The Rolling Stones Release 'Some Girls'

On this day (June 9) in 1978, The Rolling Stones released the album Some Girls, which included hits like “Miss You,” “Beast of Burden,” “Shattered,” and “Respectable.” The number of hits led it to go on to become a six-time Platinum record in the US.
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Exclusive Interview Sheds Light on Mick Jagger/Brad Paisley Collab

Whether it's MICK JAGGER 's country twang on "Faraway Eyes" from Some Girls or the bitter and disdainful "Dead Flowers" from Sticky Fingers , one can tell that the lead singer for The Rolling Stones has always had a soft spot for country music. BRAD PAISLEY of course, is one of the biggest names in...
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Watch Harry Styles Impersonate Mick Jagger on SNL

This weekend, Saturday Night Live used some time-traveling technology to bring Mick Jagger back to 1977. The show did a bit called “Celebrity Family Feud: Time Travel Edition,” where celebrities from 2017 played against celebrities from 1977. On team 1977 were Mick Jagger (One Direction's Harry...
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