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CDJ Today: May 19 in Classic Rock

May 19, 2000 – Dickey Betts of The Allman Brothers Band is essentially kicked out of the band for “creative differences,” which are allegedly related to drugs and/or alcohol use. May 19, 1979 – Eric Clapton and Patti Boyd throw a reception party two months after their wedding featuring a jam...
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Rolling Stones Get First #1 on iTunes with New Track

The Rolling Stones have their first #1 on iTunes with their new song “Living In A Ghost Town”. The track, released last week, took the top spot on the digital platform in over 20 countries around the world. “Living in a Ghost Town” is the band’s first new song since 2012 and their first #1 …...
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CDJ Today: April 3 in Classic Rock

April 3, 1967 – Steve Winwood leaves The Spencer Davis Group to form Traffic. April 3, 2007 – When interviewed by NME in the UK, Keith Richards of the Rolling Stones speaks about snorting the ashes of his dead father. He said, “He was cremated and I couldn’t resist grinding him up with a little bit...
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CDJ Today: March 18 in Classic Rock

March 18, 1978 – An estimated 350,000 rock fans attend the largest festival of the 70’s, California Jam II in Ontario, California. Performers include Aerosmith, Ted Nugent, Foreigner, Santana, Heart, Frank Marino & Mahogany Rush and Rubicon, featuring a young Jack Blades. March 18, 1975 – The...
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CDJ Today: February 5 in Classic Rock

February 5, 2006 – The Rolling Stones play three songs during the half-time show of Super Bowl XL in Detroit. The songs are “Start Me Up,” “Rough Justice” and “(I Can’t Get No) Satisfaction.” During “Start Me Up” the line “you make a dead man come” is censored. February 5, 2015 – INXS guitarist Tim...
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Mick Jagger, Rolling Stones

Watch: Mick Jagger Takes on Major Acting Role in ‘The Burnt Orange Heresy’

Mick Jagger has taken on his first major acting role in nearly two decades. Watch the Rolling Stones frontman in the role of a wealthy art dealer in the first trailer for The Burnt Orange Heresy, below. “An ambitious art critic steals a rare painting and becomes consumed by his own greed as the...
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CDJ Today: January 15 in Classic Rock

January 15, 1977 – David Bowie releases Low. Co-produced with Tony Visconti, it’s the first of three albums produced with the help of Brian Eno. January 15, 2010 -Jimmy Page is awarded the first ever Pathways to Peace Award by the United Nations. “Although this award has my name on it, this is a...
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Rolling Stones Hope to Release New Album in 2020, Says Ronnie Wood

The Rolling Stones may release their new studio album next year, Ronnie Wood told The Sun in a recent interview. The 72-year-old guitarist revealed to the UK publication’s Bizarre column that the band still has to “put the missing pieces together” but “hope to release it in 2020”. Wood also said...
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Bill Wyman The Quiet One – An Extraordinary Film With A Remarkable Perspective

I’ve just seen the most remarkable rock documentary, which I think may be my favorite so far. Bill Wyman’s, The Quiet One, available on Amazon and a few other streaming services. I am actually writing this review on an airplane flying home from visiting family in southern California for...
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Watch the Rolling Stones Perform “Jumpin Jack Flash” from their ‘Bridges to Buenos Aires’ Concert Film

On November 8th the inimitable Rolling Stones dropped their previously unreleased live album and concert film Bridges to Buenos Aires, which captures the band’s full April 5, 1998 show at the River Plate Stadium in Buenos Aires, Argentina – the last of a five-night, sold-out run at the venue. The...
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