Rolling Stones

Keith Richards has a hilarious plan to celebrate The Rolling Stones' 60th anniversary

2022 will mark a half century, and 10 years more, since The Rolling Stones formed in London during the psychedelic era of rock and roll, and Richards has an idea of what he’ll do to mark the moment.
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(I Can't Get No) Zoom Connection: Keith Richards is not here to video chat

Want to try a video chat? Good luck! Richards is famously not a fan of technology and therefore is among the few individuals that hasn’t downloaded Zoom during the COVID-19 pandemic.
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Mick Jagger ready to return to an America 'free of harsh words and name calling' after election

Mick Jagger expressed hope in returning to a United States “free of harsh words” after Joseph R. Biden Jr. won the 2020 Presidential Election, last week.
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Watch The Rolling Stones first live performance of ‘Sympathy for the Devil’

Rolling Stones fans are in for a real nostalgic treat, as archival footage of the group performing “Sympathy for the Devil” has been posted in all its washed out, technicolor glory.
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The Rolling Stones Can't Stop: 'I Really Can’t Imagine Doing Anything Else'

The Rolling Stones don’t plan on slowing down any time soon. Despite nearly 60 years of touring and the threat of COVID-19, guitarist Keith Richards told Rolling Stone magazine the group plans to keep playing.
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Robert Downey Jr. Opens Rolling Stones Concert With Announcement About Mars

Robert Downey Jr. played Tony Stark in the Marvel Cinematic Universe, so who better to start Thursday night’s Rolling Stones concert at the Rose Bowl with some out of this world news. The actor took the stage to announce to the tens of thousands of fans on-hand that the world’s greatest rock ‘n’...
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KEITH RICHARDS SAYS NEW BBC SET CAPTURED EARLY ROLLING STONES' SPIRIT

Keith Richards looked back at the Rolling Stones' early years as featured on the new BBC archival release, On Air, which collects a smattering of the band's UK radio appearances between 1963 and 1965. Richards told The Los Angeles Times, "At the time we were doing this, we were like ‘Oh, my God --...
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