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Rolling Stones Announce First Album in 10 Years: 12-Track Cover LP On The Way

The Rolling Stones are getting ready to release their first album in over a decade. There is one caveat though; it won't be new original music. The group announced today that they are releasing a 12-track cover album titled Blue & Lonesome.

Bob Dylan's Solo Tour this Fall Gains Momentum from Desert Trip Festival Slot; Tickets Rising!

Bob Dylan will hit the road this fall, launching a solo run from mid-October through November. The 27-date trek will span across North America making stops in cities such as El Paso, Tulsa, Baton Rouge and many more.

Donald Trump Ignores Ban on Rolling Stones Music at Republican National Convention

The ever controversial Republican Presidential candidate, Donald Trump, has ignored a ban on playing The Rolling Stones music at his speeches and continues to blast “You Can’t Always Get What You Want” at the end of each.

Keith Richards on The Future of The Rolling Stones, Hints at Potential Album

Keith Richards is talking the future of The Rolling Stones in a new interview, and he is even hinting at a potential album. The interview was to promote his documentary on BBC2 entitled "Keith Richards: The Origin Of The Species," which will air this ...

Desert Trip Festival With Bob Dylan & Rolling Stones Has Priciest Tickets of the Summer

If you thought music festival tickets this summer were pricey, think again. While a pass to a festival like Coachella, Austin City Limits, or Bonnaroo isn't exactly the biggest bargain of the summer, the recently announced Desert Trip Festival in ...

Rolling Stones Ask Donald Trump To Stop Using Their Music

You can't always get what you want Trump.

Desert Trip: Stones, McCartney, Waters, Dylan, Who Festival Confirmed By Coachella Organizers

The Rolling Stones, Bob Dylan, The Who, Neil Young, Roger Waters and Paul McCartney at the "concert of the century."

Coachella Organizers Reportedly Tabbing Bob Dylan, Neil Young, Stones, McCartney For Festival

What is being dubbed the "biggest concert in history" may be coming to Southern California this fall.

Rolling Stones' Keith Richards Slams Adele & Rihanna for Not Writing Their Records Themselves

Rihanna and Adele have millions and millions of fans around the world, but don't count Keith Richards among them. In a new interview, the Rolling Stones guitarist slammed the two massive pop stars for using multiple songwriters for one record. And, ...

Rolling Stones' Historic Claim to Cuba Concert Slammed by Manic Street Preachers

The Rolling Stones recently had a concert in Cuba, claiming to make history being the first British rock n' roll act to perform a concert in the area after 15 years, but Manic Street Preachers are saying that this is not true.

President Obama Cuba Visit Delays Rolling Stones Free Concert

The concert will now go down on March 25. Thanks Obama.

AC/DC, Queen and the Rolling Stones Lead Top Tour Overseas With High Ticket Prices

Old school rock tours are all the rage these days and some of the biggest names in rock history have rebooted their bands over the last couple years for major world tours. ...

Rolling Stones Former Bassist Bill Wyman Diagnosed with Prostate Cancer

Former Rolling Stones bassist and The Rhythm Kings frontman Bill Wyman has announced that he has been diagnosed with prostate cancer. On Tuesday (March 8), the legendary musician revealed that, luckily, he caught the disease early and expects to make ...

Rolling Stones' Free Concert in Cuba will Make Rock n' Roll History

Earlier this week via a Twitter post, The Rolling Stones announced a free concert in Cuba that the legendary rock n' roll band is organizing, taking place on March 25, 2016, at the Ciudad Deportiva de la Habana. The Stones will (fittingly) be the ...

Elton John Says The Rolling Stones Need to Focus on Blues, Are No Longer Relevant

During a new interview, Elton John decided to offer his opinion on The Rolling Stones, stating that the band is no longer relevant and needs to forego mainstream success to focus on their blues rock roots.

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