The documentary tells the story of first-generation blues performers and the kids who discovered a thrilling world at the end of the radio dial.
Entering the US charts on 17 December 1966, Got Live If You Want It saw The Rolling Stones lay the seeds of punk in 1966.
Keith Richards was at the renowned Apollo Theatre in Harlem on Thursday (22) to perform 'Gimme Shelter' for Merry Clayton, who sang on the original.
Bar-Kays co-founder Ben Cauley, who died Sept 21, connects Otis Redding, with whom the Bar-Kays toured, and Keith Richards, on whose new album he appears.
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ZZ Top vocalist and guitar figurehead Billy Gibbons will have his debut solo album ‘Perfectamundo’ released by Concord on November 6.
Apple Music has today (Monday) unveiled a new video for Keith Richards’ ‘Trouble,’ the rocking lead track from his forthcoming solo album ‘Crosseyed Heart.’
‘Trouble,’ the lead single from Keith Richards’ upcoming solo album ‘Crosseyed Heart,’ has made its debut today via iHeart Radio. Listen to it here.
Keith Richards will release his first solo studio album for 23 years on September 18, when ‘Crosseyed Heart’ appears on Virgin EMI.
The Rolling Stones have announced the first major exhibition covering their history. ‘EXHIBITIONISM’ will open next April at London’s Saatchi Gallery.
Def Leppard lead guitarist Phil Collen has formed a new blues band, Delta Deep, whose first album has Joe Elliott, David Coverdale and Paul Cook guesting.
Playing For Change is more than a charity, and more than a series of recordings packed with musicians from around the globe. Read the uDiscover profile.
To coincide with the news of the upcoming deluxe reissue of ‘Sticky Fingers,’ the Rolling Stones have announced a 15-city ‘ZIP CODE’ tour of North America.
Publishers Taschen have announced the new Stones book ‘The Rolling Stones,’ charting their history in over 500 pages of photographs and illustrations.
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Keith Richards has revealed that he'll release his first new solo album for more than 20 years when the Rolling Stones finish their touring commitments.