Gaga looks like a man with tits and a wig

After a rousing duet of Gimme Shelter with Lady Gaga on Saturday night, Mick Jagger sounded starstruck. After the gig, The Rolling Stones frontman said: “I can’t believe I just performed with Lady Gaga.” The Poker Face singer joined Mick and the rest of the band on stage for the last concert in their 50 … [Read the full story]

Keith Richards often depises Mick Jagger

Keith Richards and Mick Jagger have spoken about their working relationship, revealing that they are somewhere between brothers and a married couple. In a new interview, Richards says that he often “despises” his Rolling Stones bandmate but that ultimately he loves him like family. Richards says: “You’ve got two very volatile guys who’ve been through … [Read the full story]

On this day…in 1969

In August 1969, the massive, three-day Woodstock Music & Art Fair had proved that hundreds of thousands of young people could gather peacefully even in a seemingly chaotic environment rich with sex, drugs and rock and roll. Four months later, it would become clear that Woodstock owed its success not to the inherent peacefulness of … [Read the full story]

Ronnie Wood publicly claims his girlfriend

Ronnie Wood publicly showed everyone that she is his. The Rolling Stones rocker was keen to show the world a public display of affection with girlfriend Sally Humphries, on Thursday night. The couple had enjoyed dinner at Italian restaurant Scalini, in Chelsea, London, and were seen kissing each other as they jumped in their cab … [Read the full story]

Are the Stones coming to Australia?

The Rolling Stones guitarist Ronnie Wood has said the legendary band could play more shows after their forthcoming performances in London and New York next month. Speaking on the red carpet at the premiere of new Stones documentary ‘Crossfire Hurricane’ , Wood said: “once this wheel is turning I don’t think it will be able … [Read the full story]

Tommy Taylor’s SRU (Sunday Round-Up)

What a week. It seems we have been looking back over the last fifty years. The Beatles and James Bond are giving us nostalgia of times long ago. Have you forgotten Sir Cliff Richard and Status Quo are visiting us here in Australia? And who can forget The Rolling Stones. Living in the past brings … [Read the full story]

Bowie, Stones and the Pistols turned down Olympics

It’s been discovered that David Bowie, Rolling Stones, Sex Pistols and Kate Bush all turned down the chance to appear in the Olympic Games closing ceremony, according to reports. All of the above artists were approached, but declined the invite to take part from the ceremony’s producer Kim Gavin. The piece also states that The Who … [Read the full story]

EMI sells music unit to Universal

UK music firm EMI has said it will sell its recorded music unit for US $1.9 billion to Universal Music. Reports have suggested that the other half of EMI’s business – the lucrative music publishing unit – will go to a Sony-led consortium for more than US $3 billion. EMI, with a history dating back … [Read the full story]

Roger Daltrey…old but still rocking

Roger Daltrey may be 67 and a grandfather ‘many, many’ times over, but he’s more excitable and fidgety than a toddler. He’s backwards and forwards in his chair, his hands pounding a handkerchief, his legs bouncing up and down as if they are pulsing with energy.   The angry man of rock is as angry as … [Read the full story]

Rolling Ronnie reflects on money spent for recreational use

Rolling Stones rocker Ronnie Wood reckons he has blown over $35 million on booze and drugs. The legend, 63, would splash $2000 on a bottle of wine and indulged in heroin and cocaine during 40 years of hellraising. Now the guitarist has been sober since 2009 when he had his eighth stint in rehab following … [Read the full story]

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