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Rolling Stones Welcome Wyman + Taylor

Ex-Rolling Stones Bill Wyman and Mick Taylor will join the band for their London anniversary shows.

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Stones Release ‘Doom & Gloom’ Video

The Rolling Stones new music video for "Doom and Gloom" premiered Tuesday on Vevo.

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Will The Stones Play 12-12-12 Benefit?

Will the Rolling Stones appear at the upcoming 12-12-12 Hurricane Sandy benefit concert at Madison Square Garden? According to the show's organizers, an invitation has been offered to the band -- but timing and logistics might prevent them from playing.

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Rolling Stones: Woody Knew 50 Years Ago

As The Rolling Stones celebrate their 50th anniversary, one member of the band who wasn't a member in 1962, knew that year that one day he would be.

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Stones Release Classic ’82 Concert

The Rolling Stones have just released their latest archival live collection as part of their ongoing "official" bootleg series via Google Play. The new 24-track set -- The Rolling Stones: Live At Leeds Roundhay Park - 1982 -- captures the band's July 25th, 1982 European tour closer and their last official concert in over seven years.

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Townshend Says Jagger Not Worried About Size

Pete Townshend turned a few heads in his new memoir, Who I Am, when he said that Mick Jagger was the only man he ever wanted to have sex with. Townshend -- who countered Keith Richards' recent portrayal of the alleged small size of Jagger's penis in his own autobiography, Life.

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Mick Jagger Says One Direction are Like the Rolling Stones

Musical genres come and go, but one thing has remained constant throughout the years: adoring fans who want to take their idols apart. In a new interview, Mick Jagger says that he sees a connection between the Rolling Stones and England's newest hitmakers, One Direction.

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Rolling Stones: Not All Doom and Gloom

What sets the just-released Rolling Stones hits collection, GRRR!, apart from the other best-of albums they've put out is that it contains two new songs.

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Stones Reflect On What Brought Them Together on ‘Today’

The Rolling Stones are celebrating 50 years in music, and you don't get to that stage without doing something right. The group dropped by the NBC's 'Today' show on Thursday morning (Nov. 15) to reflect on what initially drew them together and where fame has taken them.

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Mick Jagger Jokes About Former CIA Director at Premiere

The Rolling Stones are back in America to promote their new film 'Crossfire Hurricane,' and while speaking to reporters at the premiere, singer Mick Jagger used the platform to make a joke about the demise of former CIA director David Petraeus.

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