In a new interview with Esquire, Rolling Stones guitarist Keith Richards sounded off a little on The Beatles, saying that their landmark album, Sgt. Pepper's Lonely Hearts Club Band, was a "mishmash of rubbish."
This past Tuesday night, the Rolling Stones brought their Zip Code Tour to the Marcus Ampitheater in Milwaukee, Wisconsin. Legendary blues guitarist Buddy Guy opened the proceedings and later joined the Stones for a rendition of the Muddy Waters classic "Champagne and Reefer."
Last night, the Rolling Stones took their Zip Code Tour to Nashville's massive LP Field. During the show, they were joined by country superstar Brad Paisley for a version of the band's country-fried classic, "Dead Flowers." Check it out!
The Rolling Stones have released a mesmerizing outtake of "Brown Sugar," featuring none other than Eric Clapton on slide guitar. It will appear on the upcoming reissue of the band's legendary 1971 album, Sticky Fingers.