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Originally posted 06/28/2015 01:15PM
England rocked America on Saturday as Ed Sheeran and the Rolling Stones teamed up for an unforgettable performance in Kansas City, Missouri.
Originally posted 06/06/2015 03:00PM
One of the Rolling Stones' greatest contributions to rock 'n' roll, "(I Can't Get No) Satisfaction," was released June 6, 1965. It was the group's first No. 1 hit in the U.S. and arguably changed the course of popular music forever. Here's why:
Originally posted 12/02/2014 03:00PM
Bobby Keys, a saxophonist and rock 'n' roller known to millions for his blasting solo on the Rolling Stones' "Brown Sugar," has died at his home in Franklin, Tennessee. He was 70 years old.
Originally posted 09/04/2014 05:15PM
The Rolling Stone recruits his daughter Theodora to create a new book for kids
Originally posted 06/02/2014 08:00AM
The movement's first video was a group of musicians across several continents collaborating on a version of "Stand by Me," (featuring over 35 musicians from 10 countries who had never met in person) and many, many more songs have spread from that first clip.
Playing for Change is slated to release their third CD/DVD set, Songs Around the World, June 17. The album includes performances from Keith Richards, Sara Bareilles, Los Lobos, Preservation Hall Jazz Band and Keb Mo.
Originally posted 03/20/2014 06:30AM
As Mick Jagger struggles with the suicide of his longtime love L'Wren Scott, his Rolling Stones band members are lending their support.
Originally posted 03/12/2014 12:00PM
Keith Richards – yup, that Keith Richards – is writing a children's book.
Originally posted 02/09/2014 02:30PM
While Philip Seymour Hoffman's tragic death is the most recent to make headlines, heroin claimed the lives of many beloved artists, including Cory Monteith, Janis Joplin, River Phoenix and Chris Farley.
Other stars – from Angelina Jolie and Nicole Richie to Samuel L. Jackson – have admitted to dabbling if not struggling with the drug. And many have offered chilling personal accounts of their heroin use.
Here are six celebrities who have shared their experiences with the dangerous drug over the years:
Originally posted 12/18/2013 02:00PM
In tribute to everyone's favorite supernaturally durable guitarist, we've uncovered this amazing video of Hunter S. Thompson (another heroically excessive personality) interviewing Keef in 1993.
The video's chock-full of amazing parts, from the fax Richards sends to Thompson while ensconced in his hotel room ("DOC, I AM HERE BUT VANISHING. I WANT YOUR FEE IN CASH OR NO DEAL DOC") to the fact that Richards greets Thompson with what appears to be a cattle prod clenched in his fist.
Originally posted 04/20/2012 08:40AM
After going with a Keith Richards look in Pirates of the Caribbean, Johnny Depp may have a new rocker muse.
The actor has not only been jamming on stage with Marilyn Manson, but it appears he's also borrowed the musician's makeup tips for his Tonto character.
Depp, 48, recently displayed Manson-esque whitened face, dark-ringed eyes and long stringy dark hair during a break in filming The Long Ranger when he met gift-bearing visitors from the Navajo Nation.
The film, starring Armie Hammer as the Lone Ranger, hits theaters in May 2013.
– Mike Fleeman
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