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Keith Richards Releases "Substantial Damage" and "Amnesia" From 'Crosseyed Heart' [LISTEN]

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With less than a month until the release of 'Cosseyed Heart,' the first solo album from Keith Richards in 20 years, The Rolling Stones guitarist has dropped two more songs - "Substantial Damage" and "Amnesia" - ahead of the official September 18 release date.READ MORE

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Noel Gallagher's High Flying Birds Release Songs 'Here's A Candle' and 'Lock All The Doors'

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Noel Gallagher's High Flying Birds released a pair of new songs Friday, the single "Lock All The Doors" and the B-side honky-tonk surprise "Here's A Candle (For Your Birthday Cake)." These were also released for streaming online and you can listen to them here.READ MORE

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The Rolling Stones 'Zip Code' Tour Tickets Cheapest in Years

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The Rolling Stones' "Zip Code" tour finished up on July 15 and it was one of the band's cheapest in years. Some tickets were as low as $30, making them the lowest average ticket prices the band has had since "Bigger Bang" in 2005-2007. Their "Bigger Bang" tour was the second-highest grossing tour in history.READ MORE

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Music Times Talks to Peter Wolf about New Solo Work, the J. Geils Band and More

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Peter Wolf made a name for himself as the vocalist of the J. Geils Band but he'll be releasing a new solo album in 2016. We caught up with him prior to his more famous band's tour stop at New York's Beacon Theatre, He talked about his music, his art work, the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame and the beauty of a good harmonica player.READ MORE

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7 Bands Keith Richards Hated (at the time): Led Zeppelin and The Beatles(?)

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Keith Richards of The Rolling Stones surprised the world this week when he claimed in an interview that The Beatles' 'Sgt. Pepper's Lonely Hearts Club Band'—what many consider to be the best album of all time—was a "mishmash of rubbish." Few people could maintain a career after dissing The Beatles, but Richards, regardless of whether we agree with him, has that sort of clout. And he didn't forgive his own band from experimenting with psychedelia, comparing the "rubbish" of 'Sgt. Pepper's' with the Stones' 'Their Satanic Majesties Request.' The guitarist wasn't shy about airing out his complaints regarding other huge acts, even when he was younger. In fact, during a 1969 interview with Rolling Stone, he badmouthed everyone from Led Zeppelin to, yes, The Beatles.READ MORE

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7 Bad Dress Codes on Album Art: The Beatles, Rolling Stones, KISS and More

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Today marks the 50th anniversary of 'Help!' going to no. 1. It was a great album by The Beatles, and also one of the most misguided fashion stataments on an album cover. Music Times digs up less-then-classics from KISS, the Jackson 5 and Girls Generation for further examples of bad uniform choices on record art.READ MORE

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Martin Scorsese, Mick Jagger and HBO Release First 'Vinyl' Teaser

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'Vinyl,' the HBO drama developed by Martin Scorsese, Mick Jagger and Terence Winter, has released its first teaser on Instagram as the series gears up for a 2016 release.READ MORE

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Keith Richards Disagrees with World: 'Sgt. Pepper's' is "Mishmash of Rubbish"

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It's impossible to universally agree that any one album is the greatest in history, but the closest we've come is 'Sgt. Pepper's Lonely Hearts Club Band,' The Beatles' iconic release that has resonated with both its music and art. Numerous publications have named the band's 1967 album as the singular best record ever put to wax (many make the same argument for Revolver as well). One person familiar with the scene disagrees. Rolling Stones guitarist Keith Richards defied conventional expectations this week, describing 'Pepper's' as "rubbish."READ MORE

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Biggest Contracts in Music History: Jay Z, Lil Wayne, Michael Jackson and More

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Stevie Wonder struck it rich 40 years ago on this day when he signed what was, at that point in history, the most lucrative music contract ever: $13 million for seven years and seven albums for Motown/Tamla Records. Granted, things have gotten bigger in the four decades since—both in terms of payouts and inflation rates. Here are the five biggest contracts signed in music history, not adjusted for inflation. Understand that many of these deals won't ever be surpassed due to the increasingly smaller likelihood that a performer or band will sign for such lengthy periods. Jay Z, Lil Wayne and more cash in.READ MORE

The Faces

Rod Stewart, Ronnie Wood and The Faces Reuniting for Rock 'n' Horsepower Show

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The Faces—a group featuring Rod Stewart and The Rolling Stones' Ronnie Wood—have finally figured out a legitimate reunion date, after years of cancelled plans and false alarms. The band's remaining members will join together for a gig at this year's Rock 'n' Horsepower concert in Surrey. It's not too surprising a gig, as Stewart and drummer Kenney Jones have organized the event for the last three years. The event serves as a fundraiser for the Prostate Cancer UK charity.READ MORE

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Queen Elizabeth and Concerts: The Beatles, Stevie Wonder, One Direction and More

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Fifty years ago on this date, The Beatles debuted its new film, Help!, in London and there was a very big name in the crowd at the debut: Queen Elizabeth II. This constituted arguably the greatest gathering of famous British-folk in the last century, while also demonstrating that the monarch was more than happy to take in popular entertainment along with her constituents (a fan site for the Royal Family notes that she has considerably more "lowbrow" taste than her husband, Prince Philip). If you need more proof of the Queen's enjoyment of popular music, here are some more instances from recent (and not so recent) years.READ MORE

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One Direction, Fleetwood Mac, and Rolling Stones Lead Midyear Tour Numbers

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Pollstar has released its 2015 midyear report, which indicates that One Direction is the highest-earning touring act of the year thus far, while the Rolling Stones have been rocking North American, both musically and financially.READ MORE

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Louis Tomlinson, Lorde, Keith Richards and More Music Superstitions

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Mike Tyson and Joan Jett began an interesting interchange on this day 30 years ago: The rock star called the up-and-coming boxer before his bout with Larry Sims, whom Iron Mike would crush. Tyson saw the call as an omen of good luck, and insisted that Jett call him before every match for nearly five years. He finally broke the streak during 1990 before facing Buster Douglas...and ultimately lost the fight, a first for his career. The guitarist may not have been the superstitious one in this case, but plenty of musicians have their own good luck ceremonies before concerts. Here are five, including Lorde, Louis Tomlonson and more.READ MORE

Keith Richards

Keith Richards 'Trouble' Streams Ahead of 'Crosseyed Heart' Release [LISTEN]

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Expediently trailing the end of the Rolling Stones' North American Zip Code tour, Keith Richards has uncovered "Trouble," the first single off of his upcoming solo album, 'Crosseyed Heart'--stream it for free below via iHeartRadio.READ MORE

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50 Years of Rolling Stones No. 1s: "Satisfaction," "Paint It Black" and More

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Many a joke has been passed about the age of the Rolling Stones...and maybe this fact confirms it: It's been more than 50 years since the band released its first American no. 1 single, "(I Can't Get No) Satisfaction," which peaked on the Billboard Hot 100 chart from July 10, 1965. It wasn't the "big breakthrough" that the band needed in the United States, but it certainly got the ball rolling faster, ensuring the group's status as one of the biggest bands in music history. The Stones released seven other no. 1 singles over the next 50 years, and you can check them out below.READ MORE

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