The Rolling Stones survived a chaotic recording session to release 'Let it Bleed' in December 1969.
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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.
The Rolling Stones have released an official statement on the death of longtime sideman Bobby Keys, while Keith Richards offered his own handwritten, heartbroken tribute.
The Rolling Stones meet the Yardbirds in the first round of the Ultimate Classic Rock Hall of Fame.
Bobby Keys, the saxophone player who played on some of the Rolling Stones' biggest and best songs, has died.
The venerated saxophone player Bobby Keys first hooked up with the Rolling Stones on 1969’s ‘Let It Bleed.’
What with the fame and fortune surrounding their 50-plus years of music making, you might think it's difficult to find any stone left unturned when it comes to the Rolling Stones.
We review two recently released DVDs of concerts from the Rolling Stones' archives.
Darryl Jones of the Rolling Stones and Robert Trujillo of Metallica are two of the better rock bassists on the planet, but they'd look pretty silly if they tried to pull off a leg drop in the wrestling ring.