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StylexMusic: Oxygen Clothing’s New Collection

Streetwear brand Oxygen launches iconic music collection featuring The Rolling Stones, Run DMC and David Bowie.

Rolling Stones, Run DMC and David Bowie fans got to throw it back in the most stylish way, as streetwear brand Oxygen launched its new line of official licensed music merchandise in a festival-inspired shopping weekend at the Mega Fashion Hall. 125 more words

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Chapter 5 Bubble

I have had a subscription to the Rolling Stones magazines since I was ten years old.  The magazine follows the characteristics in the book almost to the tee.   99 more words

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96 Interesting Facts about the Beatles

  • As of 2012, the Beatles have sold over 2 billion albums.
  • The total number of Beatles albums sold on iTunes as of July 2012 is 585,000.
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Hello there!

Now I can say it’s been ages, can’t I? Since May, I guess, since Harry’s new album I’ve been away trying to figure my life out. 418 more words

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7 Common Misconceptions About the Beatles and the Stones

In the 1960s, the two biggest bands in the world — the lovable Beatles and the bad-boy Rolling Stones—waged an epic battle. “The Beatles want to hold your hand,” wrote Tom Wolfe, “but the Stones want to burn down your town.” Both groups liked to maintain that they weren’t really “rivals”— that was just a media myth, they politely said—but on both sides of the Atlantic, they plainly competed for commercial success and aesthetic credibility. 659 more words

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The Rolling Stones Exhibitionism in Chicago

The Rolling Stones exhibition at Navy Pier in Chicago is a great experience for every Rolling Stones fan or every fan of music history overall. When you enter the exhibition, there is “All access with Paul Natkin” gallery, which features amazing shots of the band taken by the greatest and legendary photographer. 369 more words

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Ronnie.

I’ve taken a break from producing landscapes and revisiting portraiture.  This is of the iconic Ronnie Wood, ex Faces now a Rolling Stone.  I quite like the tabletop and his Converse shoes.   68 more words