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‘Muscle Shoals’ Doc: Mick, Keef, Bono + More

Mick Jagger, Keith Richards, Bono, and Steve Winwood, are among the many legendary artists appearing in the new documentary, Muscle Shoals, which will premiere this year at the Sundance Film Festival.

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There’s Hope For The Future After All

In a world dominated by Kardashian's, Justin Bieber, boy bands (again) Lady Gaga and something called "Honey Boo Boo" I had just about given up hope for future generations of music and entertainment. Then along came my granddaughter and a video of a little girl who SHOULD be related to me.

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Stones Doc Out Early

The new Rolling Stones documentary, Crossfire Hurricane, is now out on DVD and Blu-ray as well as digitally, a week ahead of its announced release date.

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Coachella Hint

Stones Rolling To Coachella?

The Coachella Music Festival was sending a strong hint on their website for New Years on who might be coming to the lineup.

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What Else Would Keith Richards Do

Keith Richards says the reason he continues to make music at age 69 is that he "loves to rock and roll."

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Kurt Cobain
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Nirvana: Cobain Film Like “The Wall”?

Brett Morgen, who directed The Rolling Stones' film Crossfire Hurricane, is talking a big game about his upcoming Kurt Cobain movie.

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Stones Weighing Offers for 2013 Tour Dates

It seems almost certain the Rolling Stones will return to the road in 2013, but even the band isn't sure when or where. Rumored appearances at Coachella in April appear to be just that at this point. But Mick Jagger and Keith Richards both indicate they won't be pulling a Led Zeppelin by teasing fans with a December show only to disappear for five years.

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Rolling Stones Will Play Til They Can’t Stand

The Rolling Stones formed 50 years ago as a British Blues band and in the spirit of the Blues men and women that inspired them, Stones guitarist Ronnie Wood says the band will tour 'until we can no longer stand up'.

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(Photo by Scott Gries/Getty Images)

Black Sabbath Shirt Is The Best

When it comes to vintage rock T-shirts, Black Sabbath is the best.

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Stones Tops In Wolfgang’s Vault in 2012

According to the Wolfgang's Vault website, the Top 10 live performances streamed on the site for 2012 were:

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