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The Rolling Stones

Gimme Some Shelter

James Franco | Posted 07.10.2012 | Entertainment
James Franco

What had started as a concert film about the Rolling Stones, a follow-up of sorts to the Maysles' The Beatles: The First U.S. Visit, turned into a Zapruder-like document that sounded the death knell for the flower power of the 1960s.

The Highest Pass and Songs of a Lifetime: Conversations With Jon Anderson and Greg Lake

Mike Ragogna | Posted 07.04.2012 | Entertainment
Mike Ragogna

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Ronnie Wood Apologizes To Rolling Stones Fans

The Huffington Post | Crystal Bell | Posted 04.16.2012 | Entertainment

Earlier this month, Rolling Stones guitarist Ronnie Wood reportedly told the media that The Stones would head back to the recording studio soon "to ju...

Dog Ears Music: The Ides of March and Its Afterlife Playlist

The Everlasting Phil Ramone and Danielle Evin | Posted 05.16.2012 | Entertainment
The Everlasting Phil Ramone and Danielle Evin

This week we review music by Foals, The Ides of March, Nico, Iggy Pop, The Hives, Ed Harcourt, The Cloud Room and more.

Rolling Stones Don't Attend Their Own Tribute Show

The Huffington Post | Crystal Bell | Posted 03.15.2012 | Entertainment

The Rolling Stones were honored at Carnegie Hall Tuesday night with an all-star tribute show that featured nearly two dozen artists -- from Art Garfun...

Music Unites: Empowering, Inspiring and Uniting NYC High School Students Through the Power of Music

Michelle Edgar | Posted 05.13.2012 | Impact
Michelle Edgar

The arts and music education is always the first to go during budget cuts. As cutbacks continue, there is a greater need for music non-profit organizations like Music Unites.

The Best of Rock 'n' Roll on Film

John Farr | Posted 04.05.2013 | Entertainment
John Farr

For social gatherings at home built around screening movies, outstanding rock documentaries and concert films are virtually guaranteed crowd pleasers, particularly if your home theater set-up includes a quality sound system.

Man or Muppet: Oscar's Outasight, Plus Chatting With Jack DeJohnette, Frank Filipetti & Chris Lord-Alge

Mike Ragogna | Posted 04.27.2012 | Entertainment
Mike Ragogna

Prior to The Oscars' embracing Outasight's "Tonight Is The Night" -- well, not with an award but with broadcast muscle -- the single had airplay on over 115 Top 40 radio stations, sales of over 530,000 copies, over 18,000 daily streams on Spotify, and over 5 million views on YouTube.

"Hell No (I'm Not Alright")": A Nanci Griffith Video, Plus Conversations With Scorpions' Klaus Meine and Adam Arcuragi

Mike Ragogna | Posted 04.01.2012 | Entertainment
Mike Ragogna

Intersection's first single, "Hell No (I'm Not Alright)," is Nanci Griffith's ode to the Occupy movements, expressing the frustration felt over economics, politics as usual and beyond.

Need a Miracle?

Hayley Rose Horzepa | Posted 03.18.2012 | Healthy Living
Hayley Rose Horzepa

Recently, I found myself on Google doing some "research." I was having a particularly bad night and typed in the following: "I need a miracle." To my surprise, I immediately found several websites that offered to pray for miracles for free!

Music Plus Film = Martin Scorsese: A Playlist For the Critics' Choice

David Wild | Posted 03.12.2012 | Entertainment
David Wild

Growing up watching Scorsese movies was like attending an open master class on how these two intimately connected art forms can work together at their very best.

Christmas Meets Politics: Chatting With Twisted Sister's Jay Jay French and The Mavericks' Raul Malo

Mike Ragogna | Posted 02.13.2012 | Entertainment
Mike Ragogna

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I'll Miss You Dobie Gray, Plus Chatting With MTV World Exec Nusrat Durrani

Mike Ragogna | Posted 02.11.2012 | Entertainment
Mike Ragogna

At first, I wanted to write an obituary for my friend Dobie Gray who passed away last week after losing his battle with cancer. Instead, I decided to share a few mainly professional memories of the man who introduced amazing hits into pop culture.

Moline Loves Paul Simon, Plus Chatting With Bill Wyman, American Idol's James Durbin and Mastodon's Brann Dailor

Mike Ragogna | Posted 01.17.2012 | Entertainment
Mike Ragogna

Although it seems that Paul Simon has been on the road frequently over the last few years, his latest tour seems much more date-packed as he heralds his latest and one of the best albums of his career, So Beautiful Or So What.

Keith Richards Answers WIll There Be A Comeback?

www.spinner.com | Posted 01.17.2012 | Celebrity

When Keith Richards calls Spinner on a rainy Wednesday evening, he's in a jovial mood. The Rolling Stones are about to release a deluxe edition of the...

Smile: An Interview With Beach Boy Brian Wilson, Plus Chatting With Andy Warhol Siren Ultra Violet and Boyz II Men Exclusive Clips

Mike Ragogna | Posted 01.08.2012 | Entertainment
Mike Ragogna

Multi-Platinum selling Grammy Award winners, Boyz II Men, are bringing R&B back with their with their new double album, Twenty, which debuted in -- of course -- the Top 20 on the Billboard Top 200.

Yellowcard's Audio Exclusive, Chatting With Pegi Young, Van Hunt and Tommy Keene, Plus PopMarket and Girl Talk's Halloween Playlist

Mike Ragogna | Posted 12.30.2011 | Entertainment
Mike Ragogna

With Yellowcard's release of the acoustic version of their critically-acclaimed album When You're Through Thinking, Say Yes last week, it only proved that Yellowcard is indeed back.

Getting In Touch With Your Inner Teen: Why Music Is Forever

Michael Sigman | Posted 12.25.2011 | Fifty
Michael Sigman

Our pop treasures are still an essential part of who we are, so when we sit on that park bench we can remember them in all their detailed glory -- without CDs, iTunes or iPods.

Mick's Bow And Arrow: Jagger Named Tourism Ambassador To Amazon

Posted 12.13.2011 | Travel

Rolling Stones frontman Mick Jagger has been named an honorary ambassador for tourism to the Amazon rainforest by the Peruvian government, which has a...

"Takin' It to the Streets": A Playlist for "Occupy Wall Street"

David Wild | Posted 12.02.2011 | Entertainment
David Wild

Despite some rumors flying through the Twitter-verse last week, Radiohead didn't actually play "Occupy Wall Street." That's a shame because there are a few folks on Wall Street for whom "Creep" really ought to be their theme song.

What Is Coming Out Of Mick Jagger's Mouth Now?

Posted 11.22.2011 | Entertainment

Following in the footsteps of Bob Dylan, a la The Traveling Wilburys, Mick Jagger has created his own super group with Joss Stone, composer A.R. Rahma...

Will the Rolling Stones Tour the World to Celebrate Their 50th?

Tarot Politico | Posted 11.20.2011 | Entertainment
Tarot Politico

Rumors have been swirling that the Rolling Stones are planning a world tour to celebrate their 50th anniversary. Mick Jagger denies the rumor, but the Tarot cards confirm it.

Andrew Oldham's Tales of Getting (Rolling) Stoned

Michael Sigman | Posted 11.18.2011 | Books
Michael Sigman

What do Bob Dylan, the Beatles and the Rolling Stones have in common, aside from being musical geniuses who changed the world? They all worked with Andrew Loog Oldham while he was still a teenager.

Warhol Factory Auteur Paul Morrissey Premieres News From Nowhere In-Person at Lincoln Center Tonight

Michael Vazquez | Posted 11.06.2011 | Entertainment
Michael Vazquez

Tonight, New York cinephiles are getting a once-in-a-lifetime experience as Paul Morrissey, Warhol's in-house Factory cameramen turned indie auteur debuts his new film, News From Nowhere.

Keeper: Meeting John Doe Again, Chatting With The X-Man

Mike Ragogna | Posted 10.25.2011 | Entertainment
Mike Ragogna

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