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Crosby, Stills, Nash and Young Hot Wired a Pickup Truck to Get to Altamont in 1969

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David Crosby decided enough time has passed since his 1969 crime, that he could divulge some details about how he and the members of Crosby, Stills, Nash and Young (CSNY) once stole a pick-up truck to get to the infamous Altamont concert.READ MORE

Keith Richards

Keith Richards Releases Music Video for "Love Overdue" From 'Crosseyed Heart' [WATCH]

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Keith Richards released his long awaited solo album, 'Crosseyed Heart', earlier this year filled with bluesy, riff based songs, but his latest single, "Love Overdue," is a stylistic shift for the Rolling Stones guitarist, who is releasing the animated music video for its debut today.READ MORE

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Rolling Stones to Recording New Songs in December Says Guitarist Ronnie Wood

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As members of The Rolling Stones have previously hinted, the band will head back into the studio this December to start recording new songs, according to guitarist Ronnie Wood in a new interview.READ MORE

Rolling Stones' former publicist Carol Klenfner

The Rolling Stones' Tequila Sunrise Pours Into JFK Airport with Jose Cuervo Pop-Up: Interview

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The Rolling Stones' 1972 tour is a thing of rock 'n' roll legends. From the hijinks of Mick Jagger and Keith Richards to Truman Capote leaving the tour in the middle of his reporting for Rolling Stone magazine to, of course, the music itself, the American trek is still talked about to this day. And, even though fans can't exactly relive the booze-fueled tour, if they happen to be flying through New York City's JFK Airport, they can at least get a taste of what the Stones did back in the day... through some Jose Cuervo tequila sunrises. Richards even famously dubbed the trek the "cocaine and tequila sunrise tour."READ MORE

Mick Jagger

The Beatles Once Petitioned to Have Rolling Stones' Mick Jagger Star in 'A Clockwork Orange'

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A fun piece of rock and film trivia has resurfaced as a petition signed by every member of The Beatles urging screenwriter Terry Southern to cast Rolling Stones frontman Mick Jagger for the part of Alex in his cult-classic, "A Clockwork Orange," is now up for auction.READ MORE

Taylor Swift and Mick Jagger

Taylor Swift, Mick Jagger Sing 'I Can't Get No Satisfaction' at 1989 World Tour Nashville Show

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Trailing her 1989 World Tour performances with Steven Tyler and Alison Krauss and for her second of two nights at Nashville's Bridgestone Arena, Taylor Swift decided to pull out an even bigger surprise: The Rolling Stones' Mick Jagger to perform the classic track, "(I Can't Get No) Satisfaction." The two singers strutted their stuff down the catwalk as they sang the 1965 smash hit while swapping verses and lines back and fourth.READ MORE

Keith Richards

Keith Richards Talks 'Crosseyed Heart' With Superfan Marc Maron on WTF Podcast

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Keith Richards holds a special place in Marc Maron's heart for his lifestyle, his music and his attitude. The WTF podcaster had a chance to talk to 'The Rolling Stones' guitarist in an interview posted Monday that spanned his career in music from early influences to his new solo record 'Crosseyed Heart.'READ MORE

Musician Keith Richards speaks onstage during the 'Keith Richards: Under The Influence' press conference at the 2015 Toronto International Film Festival at TIFF Bell Lightbox

Keith Richards Debuted 'Under The Influence' Documentary, Gave Interview on the Film [Watch]

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Keith Richards gave an interview on new 'Under The Influence' Documentary after he and director Morgan Neville debuted the film at the Toronto Film Festival.READ MORE

Ciara at VMAs

Ciara Covers Rolling Stones' 'Paint It Back' for Vin Diesel's 'Last Witch Hunter' Trailer

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Ciara's cover of "Paint it Black" is the theme music for the latest trailer of Vin Diesel's The Last Witch Hunter. The "I Bet" singer was tapped to put her spin on the Rolling Stone's 1966 classic for the supernatural action thriller.READ MORE

The Rolling Stones

Keith Richards: Rolling Stones May Start to Record New Album Before Christmas

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In conversation with iHeartRadio Tuesday night, renowned guitarist Keith Richards unveiled that the Rolling Stones recently assembled for a meeting in London where they secured "definite plans" to record and release their latest studio album.READ MORE

Tupac Shakur in 1996

Tupac's Handwritten Lyrics Expected to Bring In $70,000 at London Auction

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Tupac's handwritten lyrics will be up for grabs later this month at a London auction and it has been reported that the pieces are expected to bring in over $70,000.READ MORE

Keith Richards

Keith Richards Netflix Documentary Gets First Trailer Ahead of 'Crosseyed Heart' Release

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On September 18, Rolling Stones' guitarist Keith Richards will release his first solo album in 23 years in conjunction with his first official Netflix documentary, Keith Richards: Under the Influence.READ MORE

Ronnie Wood and Rod Stewart

Rod Stewart, Ronnie Wood and Kenny Jones Reunite The Faces After 40 Years [WATCH]

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For the first time in 40 years, The Faces -- Rod Stewart, Ronnie Wood and Kenny Jones -- reunited for a 7-song set at a UK benefit concert supporting prostate cancer.READ MORE

Keith Richards

Keith Richards: Metallica, Black Sabbath Are "Great Jokes," Rap is for "Tone Deaf" People

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Rolling Stone's chief guitar architect Keith Richards, never gave much mind to what others think and he's not changing now. In and interview with the New York Daily News he said rap music if for "tone-deaf people" and Metallica and Black Sabbath are "Great Jokes."READ MORE

The Zombies

The Zombies Release "Moving On" Off 'Still Got That Hunger' [Listen]

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The Zombies are back with their first album in four years, 'Still Got That Hunger.' Then, with the release of the first single and lead tack "Moving On," we get our first look into what the '60s rock band sounds like in 2015.READ MORE

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