Fans who attended the Anaheim, Calif. date of the Rolling Stones' '50 & Counting' Tour' got a little bit more than they bargained for Saturday night (May 18). Former Nirvana drummer and Foo Fighters front man Dave Grohl came out mid-set at the Honda Center to join the legendary rockers for a searing rendition of 'Bitch.'
Even though they left the label years ago, ABKCO Records is still an important part of the Rolling Stones' history. And the label is joining the band's 50th anniversary celebration by reissuing three classic Stones albums on clear 180 gram vinyl.
With the Rolling Stones ’50 and Counting’ tour finally underway, the first few shows have proven to be star-studded affairs both on and off the stage. When the tour rolled into Las Vegas over the weekend even Axl Rose and DJ Ashba from Guns N’ Roses wanted to get in on the action, but it wasn’t as guest performers, a slot taken on the night by Katy Perry.
The growing list of special guests that have been welcomed to the stage for the Rolling Stones' '50 and Counting' tour added another big name on Saturday (May 11), when the band was joined by multiplatinum pop star Katy Perry for a special duet rendition of 'Beast of Burden.'
In 1965 the Rolling Stones scored their breakthrough hit, ‘Satisfaction’ — but guitarist Keith Richards almost didn’t finish the song. He came up with the main riff during the early morning hours at a motel in Florida while on tour, putting it down on tape befor
Contrary to reports that the Rolling Stones '50 And Counting' Tour is struggling to sell tickets, the tour's promoter says the tour is doing just fine, thank you very much. In a new interview, John Meglen, co-president of AEG Live subsidiary Concerts West, disputes those claims
As if you needed another reason to head to Cleveland over Memorial Day weekend, the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame has just announced what sounds like a stellar new Rolling Stones exhibit opening May 24 -- 'Rolling Stones: 50 Years of Satisfaction,' offering what a press release promises will be "the Museum’s first major exhibition capturing the band’s legendary career spanning more than 50 years."
Keith Richards' memoir of his life and the life of the Rolling Stones revealed some things about the band and Mick Jagger that the frontman didn't care for. In a recent interview Jagger calls an apology from Richards a "prerequisite," while Richards shares he doesn't regret a thing.
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