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12 Dec
2012

Rolling Stones frontman Mick Jagger stopped by the Late Show with David Letterman to present his Top 10 list of “Things I, Mick Jagger, Have Learned After 50 Years In Rock N’ Roll.”

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10 Oct
2012

The Rolling Stones are pleased to announce the WORLD EXCLUSIVE first airplay of the brand new single from The Rolling Stones, ‘Doom And Gloom’ will take place on Thursday October 11th at 8:15am. The single can be downloaded on the same day from iTunes.

‘Doom And Gloom’ marks the first time that Mick Jagger, Keith Richards, Charlie Watts and Ronnie Wood have been in the studio together for seven years. Taken from the forthcoming album GRRR! Greatest Hits, ‘Doom And Gloom’ was recorded in Paris and produced by longtime Rolling Stones producer Don Was, who has worked with the band on five previous albums (Voodoo Lounge/ Stripped/ Bridges To Babylon/ Live Licks/ A Bigger Bang), with the radio mix produced by Jeff Bhasker.

GRRR! Greatest Hits, out November 13th from ABKCO/Interscope/UMe, is a must for Stones fans featuring a second brand new recording ‘One More Shot’, as well as classic tracks Gimme Shelter, (I Can’t Get No) Satisfaction, Jumpin’ Jack Flash, Street Fighting Man, Start Me Up, Beast of Burden, Tumbling Dice, Love Is Strong and more.

GRRR! Greatest Hits will also be available to pre-order on iTunes. Fans who pre-order the album will receive an instant download of single ‘Doom And Gloom’.

‘Doom And Gloom’ is available for download at iTunes from Thursday October 11th

GRRR! Greatest Hits, The Rolling Stones album is brought to you by ABKCO Music/Interscope Records/UMe Records and is released November 13th

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02 Dec
2010

Here’s another cool giveaway we have for you guys. One lucky reader will win the Rolling Stones Four Flicks DVD. It features three concerts from the 2002/03 “Licks” tour, two documentaries: “Tip of the Tounge” & “Licks Around the World”, a Select-a-Stone viewing option that lets you choose isolated camera shots, and a backstage Pass viewing option that cuts between the performances and backstage. You’ll also get to hear some band commentary and bonus tracks.

Here’s some more info from the back cover of the DVD
Fall 2001–the Rolling Stones agree to tour but only if a good idea comes along. A stadium tour? Done that. An arena tour? Done that. A theatre? But…what if they did all of them…at once…nobody had ever done that before. Challenge accepted–the fans and media raved.
This 4 DVD box set showcases the ambitious concept of the “Licks” 2002/2003 world tour. Three dramatically different shows–on three different stages, with three different productions and three different set lists. The excitement of New York’s legendary Madison Square Garden arena, the gigantic spectacle of London’s Twickenham stadium and the intimacy of the historic Olympia theatre in Paris.

If you wanna win, leave a comment below. This giveaway is open only to the US and Canada.

14 Jun
2010

Sheryl Crow is set to release 100 Miles From Memphis on July 20th, and she has just revealed details about some of the collaborations on the album to Billboard.com. From guest appearances by the Rolling Stones’ Keith Richards to Justin Timberlake and Citizen Cope, the soulful seventh album from Crow promises a little something for everyone.

The article also discusses more about her recording process with co-producers Doyle Bramhall II and Justin Stanley, and the surprise closing cover of the Jackson 5′s “I Want You Back.”

Visit Billboard.com to read the full interview and listen to the new single, “Summer Day,” at SherylCrow.com.

25 Jul
2008

The Rolling Stones, the oldest and most famous rock band in the world (The Gypsy Kings are a close second) left EMI to go to Universal. All future releases under the Universal umbrella will be under Polydor. The Stones sure know how to make news. They sign a new deal and they pimp-slapped Lil Wayne in the same day. What’s next Mick?