Keith Richards and Jack White have "recorded a couple of tracks" together and might be releasing them within a few months.
On July 10, Eagle Rock Entertainment will release a pretty cool piece of rock and blues history -- Muddy Waters & The Rolling Stones Live At The Checkerboard Lounge Chicago 1981 -- on CD and DVD.
Yesterday, the gang at Saturday Night Live confirmed that Jeff Beck, Foo Fighters and Arcade Fire would be on hand for the season finale this Saturday night, May 19.
The Rolling Stones are celebrating their 50th anniversary this year with a wide variety of projects, including a photo book, feature-length documentary — and maybe some new material?
Last week, we posted a story about 50 great -- in some cases, classic -- albums from 1972, albums that are celebrating their 40th anniversary this year.
In celebration of The Rolling Stones’ 50th anniversary, Eagle Rock Entertainment has announced it will release a "groundbreaking, eye-opening" documentary about the band.
I don't know what's gotten into the Rolling Stones, who have been posting all sorts of amazing archival footage on YouTube lately, but I like it.
The Rolling Stones have been around for fifty years as of 2012, and let's all take a moment to applaud that kind of longevity before getting on with the article.
Ron Wood -- aka Ronnie Wood -- of The Rolling Stones recently revealed that he once turned down the opportunity to join the band that would become Led Zeppelin.