Radio.com Minimation: The Rolling Stones' 'New Guy' Ron Wood on Joining the BandSaid Ron Wood to Mick Jagger, "If you really get desperate, and you need me, find me wherever I am in the world." This was in the days before social media and cell phones. Somehow, they tracked him down.
Radio.com Minimation: Ron Wood Recalls Mick Taylor Quitting the Rolling StonesHe did it at a party that he attended with Mick Jagger and his eventual replacement, Ron Wood.
Rod Stewart: '2015 Is Earmarked For The Faces'Stewart, currently on a solo tour, called in to (Radio.com station) WZLX's Carter Alan earlier today (December 2) and talked about two potential reunions.
Not Fade Away: 'Undercover' Leads To The Rolling Stones' 'World War III'In Not Fade Away, we take a look at the legacy of some of the greatest albums of the past few decades – some iconic, some lesser known – as they celebrate significant anniversaries. Here, we focus on a somewhat underrated album in the Rolling Stones' canon: 1983's 'Undercover,' as it turns 30.
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Exclusive Video: The Rolling Stones Talk ’50 And Counting’ Tour
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Will The Rolling Stones Play Coachella?A rumor started circulating over the weekend that The Rolling Stones will co-headline the Coachella Music Festival in 2013 after a fan saw a Coachella date on the band's official app. Though the fan tweeted a screengrab, the date was quickly taken down from the app.
Springsteen, Lady Gaga, Mick Taylor, Black Keys Collabs Highlight Rolling Stones' Pay-Per-ViewThe Rolling Stones lined up a bunch of big-name guests for their "One More Shot" pay-per-view concert on Saturday night, ranging from twenty-something superstar Lady Gaga to sixty-something legend Bruce Springsteen. But the biggest reaction from the crowd went to the guest with the least celebrity power: the band's former guitar player Mick Taylor.
Got Live If You Want It!: Five Great Live Rolling Stones AlbumsRolling Stones fans across the country are hoping that the band's "50 And Counting" tour will extend to more dates in 2013. But as of now, their U.S. dates are limited to this past Saturday's concert at Brooklyn's Barclays Center, and this week's shows at the Prudential Center in New Jersey. So if you can't make it to the New York area for the shows (or you can't afford the ticket prices, which are now well into the thousands of dollars), here are a few live Stones albums you can rock for a lot less money.
The Rolling Stones Rock The O2 Dome with Mick Taylor, Bill Wyman, Mary J. Blige and Jeff BeckLast night (November 25), The Rolling Stones played their first arena concert in six years at England's O2 Arena. The band played a two-hour-plus set, spanning their 50 year career.