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How the Rolling Stones Survived the ’80s

Like many classic rockers, the Rolling Stones started the '80s in pretty good shape. By the time the decade was over, however, they were barely left standing.

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Rolling Stones

Listen to the Rolling Stones’ ‘Hate to See You Go’

The Rolling Stones have released the second pre-release track from their upcoming Blue and Lonesome album — a cover of the Little Walter classic "Hate to See You Go."

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Rolling Stones Discography

Talk of the Rolling Stones' discography tends to be dominated by their stunning run of greatness between 1968-72. Still, this legend is probably best understood in context.

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Getty Images

Desert Trip’s Best Photos

Great photos of the Rolling Stones, Paul McCartney, Roger Waters, Bob Dylan, the Who and Neil Young at Desert Trip.

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55 Years Ago: Mick Jagger and Keith Richards Meet Again

Mick Jagger and Keith Richards have known each other since they were little kids.

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Producer Glyn Johns Talks ‘Rolling Stones in Mono’ Box

Producer Glyn Johns offered his thoughts on the reasoning behind — and value of — the new Rolling Stones in Mono box in a new interview to promote the set, which arrived last month.

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Kevin Winter, Getty Images

Rolling Stones Cover the Beatles’ ‘Come Together,’ Play New Blues Song at Desert Trip

More than 50 years after "I Wanna Be Your Man," the Rolling Stones are once again singing Beatles songs.

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Hulton Archive, Getty Images / Warner Bros
Hulton Archive, Getty Images / Warner Bros

35 Years Ago: Prince Gets Booed Off the Rolling Stones’ Stage

Prince wasn't yet a huge star when he opened for the Rolling Stones on Oct. 9, 1981. Fans booed the singer off the stage while throwing food at his band.

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Rolling Stones

Rolling Stones’ New Blues Album: Our Writers Answer 5 Big Questions

Is a Rolling Stones blues album a good idea? Is it good that it was recorded in just three days? Our reporters tackle five big questions about 'Blue & Lonesome'

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Dimitrios Kambouris, Getty Images / Chess Records / Jemal Countess, Getty Images / Chess Records

Rolling Stones’ New Blues Album: Hear Original Versions of Every Song

The Rolling Stones didn't just return to their blues roots with 'Blue and Lonesome'; they went back to the source material.

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