As this Rolling Stones arrest history attests, it's hard to be the most popular, rebellious band in the world without having a few brushes with the law.
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After all the recent controversy over the actual color of an Internet-meme dress -- which may or may not be black/blue or white/gold ... or maybe even gold/blue -- the Rolling Stones have thankfully come to our emotional rescue.
The Rolling Stones catapulted guitarist Mick Taylor to worldwide fame when they recruited him to replace Brian Jones in 1969, but by 1974, he was out of the band.
Gary Glitter has had his day in court — and it'll be followed by 16 years in prison.
For Blue Oyster Cult, the overnight success of 1975's 'On Your Feet or on Your Knees' took a while.
Name your movie Jane Got a Gun, and you pretty much have to put Aerosmith's "Janie's Got a Gun" on the soundtrack.
Bob Dylan's sojourn into the Great American Songbook for his recent Shadows in the Night LP may end up being more than just a one-time thing.
Iron Maiden, like their many fans, are still trying to process the news that singer Bruce Dickinson has been battling cancer.
When Journey started recording their eighth album, 'Frontiers' -- which was released in February 1983 -- they were coming off their biggest year ever.