The Rolling Stones Will Not Be Performing At The Summer Olympics

The Rolling Stones have decided they won't be joining Paul McCartney, Blur, and other UK bands playing at the London Olympics. Mick Jagger says: "I didn't think, to be honest, we were quite stage ready, We haven't played in a long time and we weren't »»

The Rolling Stones Plan Their 50th Anniversary Bash

Although the Rolling Stones are "strongly considering" playing one show in 2012 to commemorate their 50th anniversary as a band, they'll at least do a tour in 2013.  The band hasn't played together since 2007, and are currently meeting in London to »»

Mick Jagger Hosting SNL Finale

If you want to see some moves like Mick Jagger, from the source himself, you'll be getting the chance on Saturday Night Live's finale. Jagger will be both hosting and performing on May 19th, this will be his first time hosting. No word yet on what mu »»

The Rolling Stones Announce New Documentary

The Rolling Stones have announced their participation in a new documentary spanning their entire career.  Their is no official title for the movie yet, although it is set to be released as a part of their 50th anniversary celebration.  The movie wi »»

Keith Richards Apologizes To Mick Jagger

Keith Richards has apologized to Mick Jagger for comments made in his 2010 autobiography, Life.   The pair were interviewed for the new issue of Rolling Stone together, and Mick talked about excluding Keith from the business end of the band and how »»

Let's Spend the Night Together - DVD Review

The eighties were a wonderful, unique decade that housed awful fashion, terrific music, and classic films. »»


Just on the heels of receiving seven Grammy nominations (second only to Lil Wayne, with eight, who is still an overrated piece of shit), Coldplay has been slapped with a lawsuit by guitarist Joe Satriani, who accuses the band of plagiarism of one of his original compositions. According to the copyright infringement suit, filed Thursday in Los Angeles, Coldplay's massive 2008 hit, "Viva la Vida" (from the album of the same, and is nominated for both Record and Song of the Year) contains "substantial original portions" from "If I Could Fly" (from Satriani's 2004 album, Is There Love in Space?). In the album's liner notes, the track is credited to the four band members, with no mention of Satriani or his song. »»


The most overrated rapper in recent memory, one Lil Wayne, has been sued by ABKCO Music & Records, Inc., after the publishing company discovered the he had appropriated a track on his recent release, Tha Carter III, from a Rolling Stones track without obtaining permission. ... »»

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Martin Scorsese: one of the greatest living filmmakers in the world. The Rolling Stones: one of the greatest rock n roll bands in the world. Both have spent decades mastering their perspective crafts and neither is new to the Concert Film. In 1978 Scorsese gave us The Last Waltz, The Band's last live performance, and The Stones were looked at through the eyes of the Maysles brothers in 1970's Gimme Shelter. Like pizza and beer these two great tastes come together to in this very tasty film, Shine A Light. »»

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