Mick Jagger and Keith Richards have pacted with BMG for representation of their interests in the Rolling Stones' publishing catalog. As of July 1, the music unit of German media giant Bertelsmann…
The Rolling Stones are rolling out their 50 and Counting tour across America, while Andrew Loog Oldham, the manager who launched the Stones' storied career 51 years ago and parted ways with the band…
Andy Johns, a longtime music engineer and producer who worked with artists ranging from Led Zeppelin to Television, the Rolling Stones and Jimi Hendrix, died on Saturday in Los Angeles. He was 61…
From the opening chords of "Get Off of My Cloud" to the ending chimes of "Satisfaction," Jagger & Co. opened the three-date U.S. leg of their mini-tour by giving the sold-out crowd a show they will…
Peter Whitehead's never-released 1965 film renders a sharply focused black-and-white snapshot of the Rolling Stones rapidly approaching superstardom after the release of "Satisfaction."
"Crossfire Hurricane" is the title of the HBO doc on the Rolling Stones.
In the song "All Sold Out," from the Rolling Stones' landmark 1966 "Between the Buttons" album, Mick Jagger sings: "Why be so matter-of-fact? Why put this one bit of hope in me ....You sold me out."…
The Universal Music Group announced on Thursday that it's re-releasing the Rolling Stones' iconic 1972 double album "Exile on Main Street" with 10 additional previously unheard tracks.
The Berlinale was slated to get off to a rocking start Thursday night with Martin Scorsese's Rolling Stones pic "Shine a Light," the first time in the event's 58-year history that the main…
The National Basketball Assn. has signed a deal with the Rolling Stones to use clips of the band's performance during its current tour as part of a 30-second promo spot for an ongoing NBA "Love It…
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