The new outing kicks off June 21 in Chicago.
The new set is fully remastered, with additional artwork and a rare 1968 Japanese promotional interview with Mick Jagger.
In the ongoing—and always entertaining—"Ask Keith Richards" video series, someone posed a doozy to the legendary Rolling Stones guitarist:"Why do you hardly ever use guitar pedals?"
The Rolling Stones' latest album, Blue & Lonesome, is a throwback to their earliest years when the blues was all that mattered to a young Keith Richards and Mick Jagger.
Rolling Stones founding bassist Bill Wyman turned 80 on October 24, and to mark the occasion, his former bandmate Keith Richards shared some sentiments about his friend.
The Rolling Stones have released a new track from their upcoming blues album, Blue & Lonesome—a cover of Little Walter’s “Hate to See You Go.”
Amid all the news coverage of the Rolling Stones' latest album announcement, the band quietly posted a one-minute-long snippet of their new single, "Just Your Fool," last night.
The Rolling Stones have released a brief snippet of music from their forthcoming album, their first studio release since 2005’s A Bigger Bang.
Noisey’s Matt Sweeney interviewed the Rolling Stones’ Keith Richards for his Guitar Moves program last fall as the then 71-year-old rocker promoted his solo album, Crosseyed Heart.