"Good to see you all. Good to see anybody," quipped guitarist Keith Richards from the stage of the Rolling Stones' first 50th anniversary arena show -- but the pleasure was the audience's during a 150-minute set that included a number of the band's greatest hits, as well as appearances from former Stones, famous friends and the London Youth Choir.
The Rolling Stones have released another new song! "One More Shot" is the second of two new songs from their greatest hits box set GRRR!, which hits stores on Tuesday. Listen to "One More Shot" here and let us know what you think:
Understanding that overfishing is a serious problem in today's world -- and that the easiest way to raise awareness for a cause is to convince pretty girls to take off their clothes in support of it -- Mick Jagger's 28-year-old daughter Lizzy has taken it all off for Fishlove.
Yesterday we told you about GRRR!, a new greatest hits collection from the Rolling Stones that will be released on November 12th. It features two new Stones' songs, one of which was released today. "Doom and Gloom" is the first new release from the rock legends since 2005. Take a listen here and tell us what you think:
The Rolling Stones will be the subject of an exhaustive new documentary that is slated to air on HBO in the fall. The self-proclaimed “Greatest Rock and Roll Band in the World” gave their full cooperation to the film, whose air date has not been announced.
There is a very cool tribute concert coming up on March 13, 2012. 21 artists will perform the 21 songs from Hot Rocks 1964-1971 (The Rolling Stones highest selling album). The concert will be held at Carnegie Hall in New York City, benefiting music and arts programs for underprivileged youth.
95-1 The MOOSE and The Zebra are pleased to announce: On Wednesday November 2nd, 2011 Karl Denson's Tiny Universe will perform the seminal Rolling Stones album Sticky Fingers this fall with special guests Anders Osborne.
Mick Jagger says there is a wide mix of music on the upcoming debut by SuperHeavy, his new supergroup with singer/guitarist Dave Stewart of Eurythmics fame, plus singers Joss Stone and Damian Marley and composer AR Rahman.
“It’s very approachable,” Jagger says. “If you’re a Rolling Stones fan, there’s definitely stuff you can relate to.”
Do you remember Dave Cowan? He was the first Afternoon drive time DJ when the Moose arrived onto the Bozeman scene 20 years ago. Over time, he became the GM of our little family of stations and then moved
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