The Rolling Stones

Quarantine Like Jagger: What The Rolling Stones Frontman Is Doing at Home

Mick Jagger appeared in a segment on ‘The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon’ and took part in a fake BBC Public Service Announcement called “Global News.” Jagger show there’s plenty you can accomplish while in quarantine.
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The 7 Best Music Documentaries To Stream On Netflix

There’s plenty of documentaries to choose from on Netflix. The streaming giant has a lot to offer music fans as well. We took a look at their catalog and listed the seven best music documentaries for fans of any genre.
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The Rolling Stones, Lady Gaga, and $127 Million Raised on 'One World: Together At Home' Special

Relive some of the highlights from this weekend’s ‘One World: Together At Home’ special, featuring The Rolling Stones, Lady Gaga, and artists across all genres showing support for our front line workers.
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Keith Richards Reveals He's Quit Smoking Cigarettes

At 76 years old, Keith Richards decided it was time to give up smoking. The Rolling Stones guitarist revealed the news in a recent interview (via Consequence of Sound ) and attributed the decision to his desire to keep touring and remain active musically as long as possible. “I think both Mick and...
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6 Mick Jagger Dorky Dad Moments

Papa is a rolling stone. But just because he’s a rock god doesn’t mean Mick Jagger is any less dorky than the next dad. With eight kids, The Rolling Stones frontman is just like all parents, posting embarrassing comments on social media and using weird gadgets in public. Everyone knows Mick the...
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Ronnie Wood Talks Addiction in Trailer for New Doc 'Somebody Up There Likes Me'

“I wouldn’t change anything, except I’d do it with my eyes open a bit more,” says Ronnie Wood in the new trailer for the unflinching documentary about his life “Somebody Up There Likes Me.” The sometimes unheralded but indispensable Rolling Stones guitarist has been crucial to the band’s sound and...
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Mick Jagger Thought He'd Be Retired at Age 60

If Mick Jagger was good at foresight, he'd be out of the music business by now. Thankfully, he's still fronting one of rock and roll's greatest bands. UK paper The Sun interviewed Laurence Myers , a former accountant for The Rolling Stones , who gave an interesting look at the money behind the band...
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The Rolling Stones Unveil Impressive 'Let it Bleed' Deluxe Reissue

The classic Stones album that delivered “Gimme Shelter” and “Midnight Rambler” turns 50 this year, and the band is celebrating with a monster reissue. Let it Bleed was released at the end of 1969 and also included “You Can’t Always Get Want You Want.” The track begins a fun unboxing video for the...
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See the Rolling Stones Perform 'Harlem Shuffle' for First Time Since 1990

When the Rolling Stones came to New Jersey, they ate like the locals and paid tribute to the locals by dusting off a track from their mid-80s catalog. The band started Monday night’s show at MetLife Stadium in East Rutherford with a bang: “Jumpin’ Jack Flash,” “You Got Me Rocking” and “Tumbling...
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Mick Jagger Once Said Still Being a Musician at 60 Was ‘Ridiculous’

Mick Jagger may be more like us than we thought. The freshly-turned 76-year-old Rolling Stones frontman started putting money in his retirement pension plan when he was in his 20s. The insight comes from Jagger’s then-accountant Laurence Myers, The Guardian reports. According to Myers, the young...
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