As if you needed another reason to head to Cleveland over Memorial Day weekend, the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame has just announced what sounds like a stellar new Rolling Stones exhibit opening May 24 -- 'Rolling Stones: 50 Years of Satisfaction,' offering what a press release promises will be "the Museum’s first major exhibition capturing the band’s legendary career spanning more than 50 years."
Could the days of Rolling Stones concerts instantly setting box office records be numbered? While the Stones have always enjoyed robust sales on their prior tours, the Guardian is reporting that tickets to the group's highly anticipated '50 And Counting' tour aren't moving quite as fast as the group may have hoped.
The Rolling Stones took a "less is more" approach to celebrating their 50th anniversary, with two new songs and a handful of live shows -- and it looks like they'll be keeping a relatively low profile in 2013, too.
The Rolling Stones have unleashed a torrent of merchandising tie-ins over the years, but that doesn't mean they're down with any old piece of Stones-related product. Just ask Mick Jagger, who's currently annoyed with the band's former financial adviser, Prince Rupert Loewenstein, over Loewenstein's plans to publish a memoir about his time in their employ.
The Rolling Stones' Mick Jagger has played the Ed Sullivan Theater many times before, but this time the vocalist returned for a bit of comedy rather than music. Jagger, who has been in the New York area for the Rolling Stones 50th anniversary performances, dropped by 'The Late Show With David Letterman' Tuesday night (Dec. 11) to provide a Top 10 list.
The $40 price tag on the Rolling Stones upcoming pay-per-view concert is looking more like a bargain after the band announced Bruce Springsteen, Lady Gaga and the Black Keys would make appearances. The Dec. 15 special will air live from the Prudential Center in Newark, N.J. It's the final stop on their "50 and Counting" tour stop for 2012.
Folks who shelled out their life savings to attend the Rolling Stones' first concert in London on Sunday (Nov. 25) may have had an incredible time, but they're about to start complaining. Word is that Eric Clapton will be sitting in with the group for tomorrow night's show.
The Rolling Stones have released the latest in their Stones Archive series of classic concerts. Last month saw the group put out a 2005 club date from Toronto, and the newest show available for download is their July 25, 1982 performance at Roundhay Park in Leeds.
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