Holidays are made for bitching, so what better season to kick off an all-bitch edition of Clash of the Titans by pitting Elton John's 'The Bitch Is Back' against the Rolling Stones' 'Bitch'?
Mick Taylor quit the Rolling Stones in December of 1974.
Don't expect to see former Sex Pistols frontman John Lydon, a.k.a. Johnny Rotten, in the audience at a Rolling Stones concert anytime soon.
The news that David Bowie had tucked a new recording into his latest career compilation excited a lot of fans, but you can count former Rolling Stones manager Andrew Loog among those who were less than impressed with the end result.
After playing with the band for more than 30 years, Bill Wyman walked away from the Rolling Stones in December 1992.
A murder at a Rollings Stones concert effectively brought the peace-and-love ethos of the '60s to a jarring end.
The Rolling Stones survived a chaotic recording session to release 'Let it Bleed' in December 1969.
Such was Bobby Keys' sax prowess that you almost couldn't listen to rock in the '70s without hearing his distinctive tone livening up the occasional track -- including some of the Rolling Stones' all-time classics.
The Rolling Stones went to Alabama in December 1969 and recorded three songs that evoked the country, blues and R&B sound of the region.