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For a guy who can’t get no satisfaction, Mick Jagger sure has been busy lately. The celebrated frontman was just in London for the premier of Crossfire Hurricane, a new documentary about the epic career of the Rolling Stones that will air on HBO November 15.
The Rolling Stones were on the red carpet in London last night for the premier of their new documentary Crossfire Hurricane. The 2.5 hour rock-doc chronicles the band’s career from their early days as a London blues outfit to their meteoric rise to become rock’s most endearing, and arguably, greatest act.
Written by Alyson Camus Saturday, rocknyc – 13 October 2012
The first new Rolling Stones song in seven years was posted in YouTube after premiering on Radio 2 in the UK on Thursday, and you know what? It is as if the Stones had never stopped making music. The song is pure rock’ n’ roll, definitely old school Stones, with Mick Jagger’s muddy and dragging howl and roaring badass guitars and the whole thing is just asking to be blasted through your soundsystem.
The sound of ‘Doom and… Read More
With the London premiere of their new film Crossfire Hurricane just a few weeks away, the Rolling Stones have just released a trailer for the new rock-doc, which chronicles their spectacular 50-year career.
The film is set to be debuted at the 2012 London Film Festival on October 18 and will be simultaneously screened at 250 cinemas around the world. American audiences will get a chance to watch it when it airs on… Read More
Last week Billboard Magazine reported that the Rolling Stones will reunite onstage for a quartet of shows in London and New York this coming November. This week the band also announced that they will also be releasing a new commemorative greatest hits album that same month.
2012 marks the 50th anniversary of the London blues group that went on to become the biggest rock band… Read More
Rumors circulate that the Rolling Stones will bow out with Glastonbury Festival appearance next year
They say all things must pass and so it seems even the seemingly endless saga of the Rolling Stones may soon be coming to a close. According to a report published by The Mirror in the UK, the seminal English rock band will be bowing out next year with a headlining appearance at the Glastonbury Festival.
The Stones, who officially began their career in 1963… Read More