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Video: The Rolling Stones Play Free Show in Havana, Cuba

posted by Oscar March 26, 2016

Iconic Rock band, The Rolling Stones made history and expanded on their growing their impressive legacy as they became the first major act to play a concert in Cuba. Performing their “Concert for Amity” at Coliseo de la Ciudad Deportiva in Havana, Mick Jagger, Keith Richards, and crew delivered an almost legendary FREE show in the island country.

Hundreds of thousands were able to attend and witness an 18-song set that included fan request inclusions like “All Down the Line” and “You Can’t Always Get What You Want,” the later featuring backing vocals from a Cuban choir. Check out some footage of that historic night above and below. Continue Reading

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St. Vincent – “Emotional Rescue” (The Rolling Stones Cover)

posted by Oscar February 12, 2016


St. Vincent has shared her cover of The Rolling Stones’ “Emotional Rescue,” which she recorded for the A Bigger Splash soundtrack. Made with Sounwave and Terrace Martin, the track definitely sounds like an Annie Clark joint after they gave it this makeover, and it answers the question of what Dance music would sound like if it were made in outer space. I mean, just in case you were wondering.

Hear the cover below. Continue Reading

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Los Colognes – “Jumpin’ Jack Flash” (Rolling Stones Cover)

posted by Oscar December 18, 2015

Lately I’ve been obsessively listening to the Rolling Stones’ Rock & Roll Circus so it’s fair to say that anything related to the music heard on that album will get my attention, and so here I am sharing a new cover of an iconic Stones song. Los Colognes have taken on the almost impossible task of releasing a credible Rolling Stones cover, and lucky for us (and you can also say, for them) they have achieved it.

The Nashville group covered “Jumpin’ Jack Flash,” giving the badass crunchy riff a wavy and colorful reimagining. Hear it above with its accompany visuals.


Marc Maron Interviews Keith Richards on the ‘WTF Podcast’

posted by Oscar September 21, 2015

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Another big moment for the WTF Podcast this year as Marc Maron sits down with legendary Rolling Stones guitarist Keith Richards for an interview. During the chat Marc talks to his childhood hero about his career arc, how the Stones have evolved in their past 50 years, drug use, arrests, and everything else you can imagine.

If you’re a fan of the band and are interested in Rock & Roll lore, this interview is the perfect thing for you.

Download/stream the episode here.

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Album Stream: Keith Richards – ‘Crosseyed Heart’

posted by Oscar September 18, 2015

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Legendary guitarist of The Rolling Stones Keith Richards has released his new solo effort Crosseyed Heart, via one of favorite labels Republic Records.

Ol’ Keef’s latest album is his first in over 20 years, following up 1992’s Main Offender. The 15 track project can be streamed below. Continue Reading

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Video: The Rolling Stones Bring Out Ed Sheeran to Perform “Beast of Bruden” in KC

posted by Oscar June 28, 2015

The Rolling Stones are currently on their Zip Code tour and during their stop last night at Arrowhead Stadium in Kansas City, MO, the legendary Rock band treated the fans to a surprise guest appearance from Ed Sheeran.

Sheeran joined The Rolling Stones on stage with acoustic guitar in hand to help them play “Beast of Burden,” making for a lovely live collaboration between these UK artists.

See Sheeran trade verses with Mick Jagger and Rock out with Ronnie Wood and Keith Richards above and see a clip of the singer-songwriter talk about how it all came together below. Continue Reading

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The Rolling Stones feat. Eric Clapton – “Brown Sugar” (Alternate Version)

posted by Oscar June 3, 2015


And the gems keep on a’coming… Today the Rolling Stones have unearthed an alternate version of their classic track “Brown Sugar,” this one featuring none other than Eric “Guitar God” Clapton on slide guitar. This is the latest release from the deluxe reissue of their album Sticky Fingers.

Billboard points out that this major collaboration was recorded in December 1970 at London’s Olympic Studios during a birthday party for Keith Richards. Stream the new track below. Continue Reading

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Video: The Rolling Stones Perform “Hang On Sloopy” for First Time Since 1966

posted by Oscar May 31, 2015

The Rolling Stones have embarked on their Zip Code Tour and for their second stop they found themselves in Columbus, OH, a show which saw the iconic unearth a previous live staple of theirs. “Hang On Sloopy” by the McCoys was declared “The Official Rock Song of the state of Ohio” back in 1985 and since then it’s an anthem for all the major Cleveland sports teams and the Ohio St Buckeyes,  so it was only fitting that the Rolling Stones would break the streak and perform the track for the first time since 1966. Check that out above.

Below you can see the band perform their classic track “You Can’t Always Get What You Want,” with a little help from the Ohio University Singers from Athens, Ohio. Continue Reading

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The Rolling Stones – “Dead Flowers” (Alternate Version)

posted by Oscar May 27, 2015


Next month will see the release of The Rolling Stones’ deluxe reissue of their classic 1971 album Sticky Fingers. Today the iconic and longest running Rock band has released a cut from that album in an alternate version of “Dead Flowers.” This track follows other classic tunes released from the forthcoming reissue like “Bitch,” “Can’t You Hear Me Knocking,” and “Wild Horses.”

This version loses a bit of that southern twang of the one that was ultimately pressed on the record, but the essence is left intact. Hear it below. Continue Reading

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‘Guitar Hero Live’ Announces First Tracklist Including The Rolling Stones, Green Day, The Black Keys

posted by Oscar May 12, 2015

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A new release from the Guitar Hero franchise is set to arrive this year and today we get the first batch of songs that will be available to play on the new video game. Among the first wave are The Rolling Stones’s “Paint It Black” (f*ck yeah!), Green Day’s “Nuclear Family,” and “Gold On The Ceiling” by The Black Keys.

The tracklist has a good mix of classic and contemporary songs, spanning several genres. Some of the other stand-out tracks are Ed Sheeran’s “Sing,” Gary Clark, Jr.’s “Don’t Owe You a Thang,” Skrillex’s “Bangarang,” and System of a Down’s killer song “Chop Suey!”

The game will be available on PlayStation 3 and 4, Xbox One and 360, Nintendo Wii U and, for the first time, mobile devices. Guitar Hero Live is due out this fall. See the “Initial Set List” below. Continue Reading

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The Rolling Stones – “Bitch” (Extended Version)

posted by Oscar May 4, 2015

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The Rolling Stones’s Sticky Fingers reissue is due out on June 9 and today they offered another look at what will be include in the full deluxe version. Following up “Can’t You Hear Me Knocking” and “Wild Horses” is now “Bitch.”

This track has always been recognized for its undeniable badassery and this newly unearthed alternate version is longer and looser, carrying a bit of the same swagger as the final cut but without the same punch. The horns are noticeably different, most of all. Check it out below. Continue Reading

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The Rolling Stones – “Can’t You Hear Me Knocking” (Alternate Version)

posted by Oscar April 28, 2015

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One of the greatest bands ever, The Rolling Stones, are set to reissue their classic 1971 album Sticky Fingers and today they’ve delivered one of the special rarities that can be found on that release.

The band previously released an acoustic version of “Wild Horses” and today they’ve delivered an alternate take of “Can’t You Hear Me Knocking” (recently of Guitar Hero fame). This version still packs a pretty punch like the original thanks that iconic guitar lick remaining intact, but it’s only half as long as the LP’s epic and it’s more of “jam” than the fully-formed tracked we all grew up loving.

Check it out below. Continue Reading