Rolling Stones

CDJ Today: July 12 in Classic Rock

July 12, 2007 – Rod Stewart is awarded the CBE Order of the British Empire by Prince Charles in a ceremony at Buckingham Palace. July 12, 1963 – The Rolling Stones play their first ever gig outside London when they appeared at The Alcove Club in Yorkshire supporting The Hollies. Classic Rock...
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Rolling Stones return to stage, tour after Mick Jagger mends

CHICAGO (AP) — Please allow them to reintroduce themselves: The Rolling Stones are set to return to the stage. The band plays Friday night at Chicago's Soldier Field after postponing their North American tour because frontman Mick Jagger needed medical treatment. A second show is scheduled for...
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Watch the Rolling Stones Perform “(I Can’t Get No) Satisfaction” from Bridges to Bremen

In advance of this Friday’s release of their new concert film Bridges to Bremen, The Rolling Stones have shared a performance clip of their 1965 hit, “(I Can’t Get No) Satisfaction”. Watch the video now in player below. Bridges to Bremen was filmed at the German city’s Weserstadion in September...
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This Day in Classic Rock: June 14

June 14, 1986 – One fan dies at an Ozzy Osbourne/Metallica show at the Long Beach Arena after falling from a balcony. Long Beach Police say the man “fell over backwards because he was probably overdosing, hit his head, broke his neck and died.” Three others also jumped from the balcony and...
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Watch ‘Like a Rolling Stone’ from the Rolling Stones’ new concert film, Bridges to Bremen

The Rolling Stones will release an exciting new offering for fans next week. Due out on June 21st via Eagle Rock Entertainment, Bridges to Bremen captures the entire show performed by the British rock legends on the final leg of their ’97/’98 Bridges To Babylon Tour. This previously unreleased...
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Immersive Rock & Roll Hall of Fame exhibit opens July 1

CLEVELAND (AP) — A new interactive exhibit at the Rock & Roll Hall of Fame is set to open next month. Cleveland.com reports that the "Interactive Garage" exhibit opening July 1 will enable visitors to play instruments on their own, or with friends or strangers at the museum. Visitors can get...
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Trailer for Bill Wyman Documentary: 'The Quiet One'

Bill Wyman was known as the quiet bassist of the Rolling Stones (compared to Mick Jagger). Now, a documentary is set to release chronicling his quiet trek through the band's fame. The Quiet One is set to hit theaters June 21. It features videos and photographs from Wyman's archive and interviews...
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CDJ Today: June 3 in Classic Rock

June 3, 2000 – After destroying his living room, threatening his wife with a knife and sending police on a manhunt near his Osprey, Florida home, Allman Brothers Band guitarist Dickey Betts was discovered by police after a helicopter search. He is sent to a psychiatric unit. June 3, 1983 – Famous...
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Stones Give 'Bittersweet Symphony' Back to The Verve

Frontman for The Verve , Richard Ashcroft, says both Mick Jagger and Keith Richards have given back royalties and rights from the popular 1990's song 'Bittersweet Symphony.' Bitter Sweet Press Release. ✌-- pic.twitter.com/NnmiGf8e6C — Richard Ashcroft (@richardashcroft) May 23, 2019 'Bittersweet...
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WATCH: Mick Jagger has his moves back after health problems

NEW YORK (AP) — It's as if Mick Jagger is saying "Start Me Up." The 75-year-old rocker tweeted a video Wednesday of him dancing around a studio in front of a mirror weeks after he underwent medical treatment , reportedly for a heart valve issue. The treatment forced the Rolling Stones to postpone...
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