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Revisit the moment Keith Richards was nearly electrocuted on stage with The Rolling Stones

We take a look back at the moment Keith Richards was nearly electrocuted to death when performing with The Rolling Stones in 1965

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The Pandemic Kicked The Rolling Stones Off The Road, So Ronnie Wood Revived His Art Studio In Quarantine

The collages and etchings caught the eye of Other Art Fair founder Ryan Stanier, who met with Wood to the rocker’s London studio and discuss the art.

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The Rolling Stones Hit Number 1 on iTunes (First Time Ever) with Spectacular Quarantine Anthem “Living in a Ghost Town”

The Rolling Stones haven’t had a number 1 hit probably since 1981’s “Start Me Up.” They’ve had scattershot singles since then– they were never a great singles ch…

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The Rolling Stones Release Timely New Song ‘Living In A Ghost Town’ – Watch The Video

The Rolling Stones, who had planned a major tour before the COVID-19 pandemic shut down the world, have done the next best thing: Released a new song and video that, as Mick Jagger says, "would resonate through the times that we’re living in right now." I

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Charlie Watts’s awesome air-drumming and other ‘One World: Together at Home’ highlights

The Rolling Stones' drummer stole the show... without even playing at all.

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Coronavirus Updates: The Rolling Stones Postpone ‘No Filter Tour’

The Rolling Stones have postponed their upcoming "No Filter Tour" dates because of the ongoing coronavirus pandemic. See the schedule now.

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Keith Richards quits smoking in advance of U.S. tour

Richards, who quit drinking in 2018, says he hasn't had a cigarette since October. He once said quitting nicotine was harder than kicking heroin.

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The Rolling Stones Unveil 2020 ‘No Filter’ Tour Dates!

“We had the best time on the road last summer,” Keith Richards said in a statement. “And we are ready to do it again!”

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‘Mysterious’ Rolling Stones banner appears outside Raymond James Stadium

If you've driven past Raymond James Stadium on Dale Mabry Highway in Tampa recently, you may have noticed a new addition near the photo of Jameis Winston and O.J. Howard.

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Rolling Stones will release new album and tour in 2020

Rolling Stones guitarist Ronnie Wood told Simon Boyle’s “Bizarre” column of the British newspaper The Sun that the band has been working on unpublished material for some time and a new album will be released. In addition, the band will go on a w

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Keith Richards’ Wildest Escapades: 19 Insane Tales From a Legendary Life

Keith Richards may have mellowed with age, but as anyone who has read his memoir can attest, the iconic Rolling Stones guitarist has raised enough hell to fill several lifetimes. We look back on the wildest and weirdest moments in Richards’ 50-plus-year tear through the limelight.

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Keith Richards reveals his 10 all-time favorite Rolling Stones riffs and the stories behind them

How the guitar used to record Gimme Shelter disintegrated immediately after the song's completion, and other incredible stories

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‘Gimme Shelter’ Remains Gripping 50 Years After The Bloody Conclusion To Altamont

When The Rolling Stones finally take the stage they look meek and impotent, surrounded by bikers twice their size and throngs of traumatized fans.

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In Depth Look: The Rolling Stones, Tattoo You

Each Sunday, Pitchfork takes an in-depth look at a significant album from the past, and any record not in our archives is eligible. Today, we revisit the Rolling Stones’ 1981 album, a blueprint for how to exist as an aging, internationally famous rock ban

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Ronnie Wood discusses addiction in new film trailer

Ronnie Wood has discussed his struggles with addiction in a trailer for new film 'Ronnie Wood: Somebody Up There Likes Me'

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The Rolling Stones Announce Let It Bleed 50th Anniversary Reissue | Pitchfork

The remastered album in stereo and mono plus a hardcover book, a 7" single, and more

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The Rolling Stones in Phoenix: raw, scrappy and unpolished in concert. And that's how it should be

During their tour stop in the Phoenix area on Aug. 26, the Rolling Stones still rocked with a youthful abandon.

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The Rolling Stones at the Rose Bowl: Alive and Kicking

The band's Pasadena performance follows Mick Jagger's heart surgery, and they sounded fit, loose and energized.

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Mick Jagger and Ronnie Wood of The Rolling Stones visit The Menil Collection after Houston show

Even rock stars like to take in a little culture.

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Resurrected Stones Film Finds Pivot Point In Rock History : NPR

In December of 1968, some of the biggest names in rock and roll came together to film The Rolling Stones' Rock and Roll Circus. The film was recently given a 4K restoration.

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CRITICAL MASS: Gone for 50 years — The Rolling Stones was Brian Jones' band

You might dispute that. You might point out that little Keith Richards and Michael Jagger rode tricycles together until Jagger's family moved the five miles from Dartford to Wilmington, Kent in 1954.

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The Best Rolling Stones Songs That Don’t Really Sound Like the Rolling Stones | Pitchfork

Ten times they transcended their blues-rock traditions

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Rolling Stones make triumphant return following Jagger's reported surgery

CHICAGO - For anyone who ever doubted Mick Jagger was superhuman, the Rolling Stones’ Soldier Field show Friday would make you a believer.

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The Rolling Stones on How They Craft the Perfect Set List

What’s Keith’s favorite show-opener? Why doesn’t Mick like playing “Beast of Burden?” The band shares how they plan a gig ahead of their U.S. tour launch

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To Celebrate The Band's 55th Anniversary: Every Rolling Stones Album, Ranked

To celebrate the Rolling stones' 55th anniversary we take on the daunting task of ranking their entire discography. Here are the best Rolling Stones albums from Mick Jagger, Keith Richards, Charlie Watts, and Ronnie Wood.

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‘The Quiet One’: Bill Wyman Doc Trailer Highlights Elusive Ex-Rolling Stones Bassist


The film traces the long life and career of the Rolling Stones bassist using his archives of unseen audio and video

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The Best Rolling Stones Songs That Don’t Really Sound Like the Rolling Stones | Pitchfork

Ten times they transcended their blues-rock traditions

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Mick Jagger 'will undergo heart valve replacement surgery this week' after postponing The Rolling Stones' US tour

MICK Jagger is set to undergo heart valve replacement surgery this week after postponing The Rolling Stones’ US tour, The Sun can reveal. The 75-year-old rocker will be having the op in New Y…

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Mick Jagger Spotted for First Time Since Tour Postponement

Mick Jagger was in good spirits Sunday after announcing he wasn't well enough to tour with the Stones.

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No word yet from Jazz Fest about Rolling Stones ticket refunds

The Rolling Stones cancelled their May 2 appearance, leaving ticket holders in limbo.

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Rolling Stones’ ‘Circus,’ once lost and unfinished, will receive a theatrical release

For over two decades, “The Rolling Stones Rock and Roll Circus” was a lost film, unfinished and unseen, more rumor than pop culture memory. Now, in time for the North American leg of the Stones’ ongoing No Filter Tour, “Circus” has been remaster

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Rolling Stones' Keith Richards Fends Off Stage Invader with Telecaster in 1981

The Rolling Stones, awhile back, uploaded this video, which you can check out above, to their YouTube channel.It features a (very) jumpy 1981 performance of "(I Can't Get No) Satisfaction" at Hampton Coliseum in Virginia. As the video's de

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Rolling Stones' hellraiser Keith Richards reveals he's cut down on hard liquor and cigarettes in a bid to live a cleaner life...after December turned into 'one long party' for his 75th

Keith Richards has revealed he is reining in his infamous party lifestyle and cutting down on hard liquor and his beloved cigarettes,in a new interview with MOJO Magazine .

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Rolling Stones to headline 50th New Orleans Jazz and Heritage Festival | cleveland.com

The New Orleans Jazz and Heritage Festival has got satisfaction: The Rolling Stones are among the headliners for the 50th anniversary festival.Organizers on Tuesday confirmed reports that the Rock and Roll Hall of Famers will play. Also headlining the 8-d

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Rolling Stones Announce 2019 North American Stadium Tour

The Rolling Stones, who have toured every year since 2012 and whose principals are all in their 70s, have announced a North American tour for next year that launches April 20 in Florida and wrap in Chicago on June 21.

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The 50 Most Stylish Musicians of the Last 50 Years

Musicians may get famous for their, well, music, but their senses of style are another iconic part of their personas and performances. Here, a look back at some of the most stylish music men of the past 50 years. They do not disappoint.

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Rolling Stones to keep on touring as Keith Richards tells pals “I want to do more” - Mirror Online

The band played to 1.38 million fans on their mega No Filter tour and have already discussed more live shows

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The Rolling Stones in Cardiff: Icons Still Perform Like the Glory Days

This time, we got what we want.

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Rolling Stones in “the early stages” of new studio album

Keith Richards says work on their new studio album has begun - as Rolling Stones add extra London date in May

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Charlie Watts: it wouldn't bother me if Rolling Stones split

Seventy-six-year-old drummer says he would be fine if the band called it a day tomorrow

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Keith Richards reflects on the Rolling Stones’ BBC recordings, complete with threats of decapitation

For all the outward swagger the Rolling Stones projected, there were certain situations that could intimidate even England’s bad boys of rock ‘n’ roll. Near the top of the list: p…

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The Rolling Stones Are Making $10 Million a Night

The Rolling Stones are making more money on tour per night than any other live music act right now.

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7 Musicians Nominated For A Grammy This Year (Whom You Might Have Missed)

Did you know that The Rolling Stones, Pharrell and even famous composer John Williams have a chance at glory in January?

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Rolling Stones Collect Rare BBC Recordings for 'On Air'

The Rolling Stones will collect 18 recordings the band performed on the BBC from 1963 to 1965 for the upcoming compilation 'On Air.'

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The Rolling Stones want this guy in the Rock & Roll Hall of Fame | New York Post

The next time you hear a debate on who should be inducted into the Rock And Roll Hall of Fame, be sure to bring up the name of Hubert Sumlin. As pointed out in...

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Rolling Stones fans offered the chance to be part of Bill Wyman film

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The Rolling Stones' New Blues: Inside Their Roots Revival, Bright Future

The Rolling Stones discuss why they took a break from an album of originals to make 'Blue & Lonesome,' their raw new LP of blues covers.

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Rolling Stones pay tribute to their Chicago blues school on 'Blue & Lonesome' - Chicago Tribune

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The Rolling Stones' Blue and Lonesome: the classic songs they're covering | Music | The Guardian

Jagger and Richards were blues fans when they met, and 50 years on the passion has endured. Learn about and listen to all the originals on their new covers album

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Rolling Stones Preview Song From New Blues Album: Watch | Billboard

The Rolling Stones shared a brief snippet of a bluesy track from their upcoming album, which is due out this Friday (Oct. 6).

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Rolling Stones hint new album coming out on 6 October

First release since 2005 comprises raw cover versions of Chicago blues classics, according to producer Don Was

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The Rolling Stones collected in mono for massive 16xLP vinyl box set

The Rolling Stones In Mono is due in September. A vast retrospective capturing the first decade o

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Keith Richards Shares MAJOR News About The Future Of The Rolling Stones

Rolling Stones guitarist Keith Richards has answered a question that fans of the rock legends have been questioning forever. In a recent interview with NME, Richards revealed that...

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Ronnie Wood Welcomes 'Perfect' Twin Girls

The Rolling Stones guitarist says he's looking forward to changing nappies and getting involved in taking care of the newborns.

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Are The Rolling Stones headed to the Las Vegas Strip? - Las Vegas Sun Mobile

Is Britain’s longest-reigning rock group headed to the Las Vegas Strip? I can reliably confirm that initial discussions have been held for The Rolling Stones to play the new T-Mobile Arena before year’s end.

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Ronnie Wood Confirms: Rolling Stones Working on New Album | Rolling Stone

The Rolling Stones' Ronnie Wood has confirmed that the rock legends are now focusing on the long-awaited follow-up to 2005's 'A Bigger Bang.'

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The Razor Tongue Of Keith Richards – 17 Artists He's Slammed, From David Bowie To Oasis | NME.COM

The latest music galleries from NME.COM, including band pictures, live photos, festival galleries and more

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Keith Richards: New Rolling Stones record coming next year | HeraldNet.com - Entertainment

NEW YORK CITY — Keith Richards says The Rolling Stones have “definite plans” to record next year after a tour of South America.The Stones guitarist...

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Keith Richards on Why Sgt. Pepper Was Rubbish - 2015 Esquire Interview

The Rolling Stones guitarist looks back on five decades of fame. Interviewed June 30 in the Sanford 
Boardroom at the 
Washington Duke Inn, 
Durham, North Carolina. Crosseyed Heart, his first album in more than 20 years, will be released September 18.

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50 Years Ago: The Rolling Stones Inch Toward Greatness on 'Out of Our Heads'

Up until the release of Out of Our Heads, the Rolling Stones were primarily known as a group that reworked blues and R&B songs to fit their British background. But with their fourth U.S. album — which was released on July 30, 1965 — the Stones inched toward the greatness.

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NME News The Rolling Stones share unheard version of 'Brown Sugar' featuring Eric Clapton | NME.COM

The alternate recording will feature as a bonus track on the band's 'Sticky Fingers' reissue

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NME News Mick Jagger: 'I'm not thinking about retirement' | NME.COM

Rolling Stones frontman says he is keen to record a new album with the band

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Exclusive: Check Out 9 Rarely-Seen Photos of the Rolling Stones

Nine rarely-seen photographs of the Rolling Stones, taken from TASCHEN's new Los Angeles gallery show 'It's Just a Shot Away: The Rolling Stones in Photographs.'

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NME News One Direction perform with Ronnie Wood on 'The X Factor' – watch | NME.COM

Rolling Stones guitarist joined boy band for performance on last night's series final. The boy band played their song 'Where Do Broken Hearts Go' with Wood joining in half-way through the performance on guitar.
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Rolling Stones' Keith Richards Remembers Saxophonist Bobby Keys | Rolling Stone

Rolling Stones guitarist Keith Richards penned a touching tribute to his friend and sideman Bobby Keys.

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Rolling Stones Saxophonist Bobby Keys Dies at 70 | Nashville Cream | Nashville Scene

Photo: Eric EnglandBobby Keys in 2012 Bobby Keys, longtime saxophonist for The Rolling Stones, has died. Michael Webb, keyboardist for Bobby Keys and the Suffering...

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Rolling Stones kick off Australian tour seven months after postponement for death of L'Wren Scott - Telegraph

"We're sorry we kept you waiting," jokes Mick Jagger, as Rolling Stones play postponed Adelaide concert of Stones on Fire tour seven months after death of L’Wren Scott

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Rolling Stones' Sir Mick Jagger has a swamp creature named after him! Is Anyone Surprised?

HE may not have had the moves like Jagger, but this newly-discovered ancient swamp creature certainly had lips like Sir Mick.

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Mick Jagger talks ‘Get On Up’ film, personal life with TODAY

The past year has been a full and difficult one for Rolling Stones frontman Mick Jagger. While the singer-songwriter juggled professional...

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Flashback: Keith Urban Covers the Stones on 'Fallon'

Performance doubles as tribute to flood-ravaged Nashville