Friday, March 8, 2013 7:53PM - By Laura Aguirre
Before the Coachella lineup was released, we all had high hopes that The Rolling Stones would be on the bill. The lineup came and went, and the English rockers were nowhere on it. But, according to some sources, the band is planning a North American tour this spring. Also, Phoenix released a new music video for “Entertainment.” And Noel Gallagher had some very nice things to say about David Bowie and his new album. All that and more below.
Tuesday, October 23, 2012 6:30AM - By Laura Aguirre
Muse don’t like that The Rolling Stones are charging their fans hundreds of dollars to see them play. Last week, the iconic band sold out their London shows in less than seven minutes after the tickets went on sale, with the cheapest seats going for $144. To Muse, that’s just too much.
Friday, October 19, 2012 3:01PM - By Laura Aguirre
This week, while promoting his new line of headphones, 50 Cent told a French press outlet that Dr. Dre‘s often-delayed album Detox might not be an album after all. He’s thinking it’s just an EP with only a few songs on it. Also, tickets for The Rolling Stones‘ London shows went on sale this morning and sold out in seven minutes. And The Local Natives announced the release date of their forthcoming record Hummingbird. All that and more below.
Thursday, August 30, 2012 2:18PM - By Travis Woods
Earlier this week, we noted that the Greatest Rock N Roll Band in the World, the Rolling Stones, were hitting the studio to work on new material, and we speculated that a new album or tour may be to come to celebrate the band’s 50th Anniversary. Well, Billboard is claiming that a source has leaked to the that the Rolling Stones will indeed play four dates in November—two in London and two in New York.
Friday, September 30, 2011 10:49AM - By Travis Woods
Hey, as long as this keeps him from making any more crappy solo albums or subpar late-period Rolling Stones albums, I’m all for it: turns out that Mick Jagger, Rolling Stones frontman and all around rock ‘n roll badass (and excellent chicken dancer), is a Facebook junkie.
Tuesday, December 7, 2010 11:55AM - By Travis Woods
After being raked over the coals in Keith Richards’ new autobiography, Life, Mick Jagger has finally responded-albeit nonspecifically—to the accusations Keef lobbed at his pretentiousness, singing style, and, er, penis size.
Wednesday, November 10, 2010 10:33AM - By Travis Woods
Turns out Keith Richards still has no problem living up to the rebellious and freewheeling characterization of himself that he endlessly (and quite entertainingly) muses on in his new autobiography, Life. Case in point: during an interview promoting Life with a Swedish journalist in a Paris Hotel, Keef managed to threaten and then attack the interviewer ten minutes into the chat.
Tuesday, October 12, 2010 12:31PM - By Jeffrey Hyatt
The Rolling Stones have a nice treat in store for their fans: two, limited edition vinyl box sets covering 40-plus years of the Rolling Stones’ legendary career.
The remastered, limited edition releases, due out November 23, group together 23 studio albums, as well as compilation albums and EPs.
Monday, May 24, 2010 6:52AM - By Jeffrey Hyatt
Just as the Rolling Stones have topped the U.K. album chart for the first time in 16 years with the reissue of their classic, 1972 album Exile On Main St., the band is now working its spin controls to deny reports that Charlie Watts is leaving the band.
According to NME, the 68-year-old drummer’s future with the Stones was called into question by reports circulating from Australia.