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Keith Richards Explains why Chuck Berry Punched Him

By Robyn Collins

“Chuck Berry once gave me a black eye,” shares Keith Richards with Rolling Stone, then added, “I later called his greatest hit.” 179 more words


The Rolling Stones' Ed Sullivan Clash, 50 Years Later

By Brian Ives

These days sex on TV—even network TV—is no big deal. Steamy scenes on Grey’s Anatomy, Scandal and How To Get Away With Murder… 338 more words


Mick Jagger’s New Baby Has a Unique Name

By Joe Cingrana

Good morning, world. Say hello to Deveraux Octavian Basil Jagger!

Related: 5 Best Songs on the Rolling Stones’ ‘Blue and Lonesome’

When the world learned that Mick Jagger and his ballerina girlfriend Melanie Hamrick had become the proud parents of a bouncing baby boy on December 8th, the little guy’s name was not part of the original statement that was released to the public. 64 more words


Blue & Lonesome

The latest Stones album has dropped. The reviews seem to be universally glowing and for a change devoid of the tired journalistic cliches that typically accompany a Stones release, not too mention the accompanying label hype that “this is the best thing they have done since . 35 more words


Keith Richards: 'On Stage, Sometimes, I Feel Immortal'

By Amanda Wicks

At 72 years old, it would make sense if once and a while Keith Richards didn’t feel the kind of energy he once did on stage. 178 more words


5 Best Songs on the Rolling Stones' 'Blue and Lonesome'

By Brian Ives 

It’s the Rolling Stones album that Keith Richards has wanted to make for decades. On Blue and Lonesome the band get down and dirty, going back to their roots as a killer blues and R&B cover band.  467 more words


Watch the Rolling Stones New Video for 'Ride 'Em on Down'

By Jon Wiederhorn

The Rolling Stones have released their new video for the Eddie Taylor cover ‘Ride ‘Em on Down,’ which stars Kristen Stewart driving through Los Angeles in a vintage blue Ford Mustang. 180 more words