With their career spanning half a century, it's safe to assume The Rolling Stones have a few good tales still untold.
Author Philip Norman's probing biography on frontman Mick Jagger promises to divulge some of the band's dirtiest secrets and internal dramz.
Guitarist Keith Richards and Mick go way way way back but their relationship hasn't been all puppy dogs and tulips!
The book, aptly titled
Yes, yes, yes!
Keith Richards, Mick Jagger, and the rest of the
boys gracefully aging men are baaaaack!
In a recent interview about 50 years of being a Rolling Stone, Keith spoke about all the normal stuff — death, drugs, his legacy, etc. — but also revealed the band has a little rock left in them old bones.
"There might be life in the old dog yet… We're playing around with the idea [of a return] and had a couple of rehearsals - we've got together lately and it feels so good. I think, soon! I think it's definitely happening."
We can't believe these dudes have made sweet music for half a century!! Time really is on their side!
Wild horses couldn't drag us away from seeing this band in concert one more time!!
R U as excited as Paris Jackson and the rest of the Stones fans?
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Sex, drugs, and rock & roll?
Virgin Produced just bought the rights to Exile on Main Street, a tell-all tale about The Rolling Stones crazy journey through the ‘70s.
Do you KNOW how much heroin and hookers it takes to make rock history? The lines on the face of legendary guitarist Keith Richards tell the whole story.
Just ask Johnny Depp, that’s where he got his Jack Sparrow inspiration!
Mick Jagger and friends just announced a 50th anniversary album. Talk about PERFECT timing for a movie!
We can’t wait to see who they cast!!
What young star is deranged enough to pull-off Richards? Which singing stud do U think got those moves like Jagger?
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Like The Rolling Stones? Well, then, you're going to love this!!!
The Stones recently announced that the band's 50th anniversary tour won't debut until, at least, 2013.
Guitarist Ronnie Wood said:
On last night's Mad Men, the super masculine, super sexy Don Draper and evening sidekick Harry Crane attempted to sign The Rolling Stones for a Heinz Beans commercial jingle.
The duo failed, of course, but check out the video (above) to see a REAL commercial the Rolling Stones recorded for Rice Krispies!
It really snaps, crackles, and pops! LOLz!
Oh and FYI: The Rolling Stones weren't the only famous British band to
sell out cash in with commercial jingles! The Who also did a little song and dance for Heinz way WAY back in the day!
See for URself…AFTER THE JUMP!
Mick Jagger and Keith Richards, the famous players from the infamous band, the Rolling Stones, have settled their differences and are friends once again.
The front man and guitarist had recently squabbled over comments made by Keith in his autobiography, the most insulting of which was probably Keith’s claim concerning the size of Jagger’s “manhood.”
However, the two street fighting men have kissed and made up and we personally could not be happier! Especially since the Rolling Stones 50th Anniversary tour is due up next year!
What do U think of their reconciliation?
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If there was ever a year to go on tour, 50 would be it!
Mick Jagger and Keith Richards have said that the Rolling Stones aren't ready to hit the road this year. The Stones celebrate 50 years together in 2012 but don't worry, 2013 is looking good!
Richards said the following about a tour in 2013:
The Stones always really considered '63 to be 50 years, because Charlie [Watts] didn't actually join until January.We look upon 2012 as sort of the year of conception, but the birth is next year.
If that doesn't wet your whistle, then maybe a Rolling Stones documentary this fall will suffice!
Another reason there's no tour this year could be Richards' health. Sources say that the band may opt for a multi-night shows in major cities type deal if the guitarist health doesn't improve.
50 years and 29 studio albums. This band stands the test of time!
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