Charlie Watts

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The Rolling Stones: Living in a Ghost Town review – their best new song in years
Referencing the coronavirus crisis over sleazy dub-influenced backing, this is a light, trim and relevant sound for the Stones

Alexis Petridis

23, Apr, 2020 @5:37 PM

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The Rolling Stones release Living In a Ghost Town, first original music since 2012
Mick Jagger says new single will ‘resonate through the times we’re living in’ and references coronavirus crisis with the lyric: ‘Life was so beautiful, then we all got locked down’

Ben Beaumont-Thomas

23, Apr, 2020 @4:07 PM

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The Rolling Stones' Beggars Banquet: Michael Joseph's best photograph
‘When I told the caretaker of the house the Stones were a bit wild, he asked if there would be any naked ladies – because they charged £10 extra for that’

Interview by Henry Yates

17, Oct, 2019 @5:01 AM

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Rolling Stones review – swaggering into their second childhood
With Mick Jagger’s recent heart operation clearly a success, the Stones sound better than they have in years

Edward Helmore

06, Aug, 2019 @8:53 AM

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Sharp suits, thin ties and the coolest musicians on Earth: Jazz 625 is back!
It was a piece of black and white magic, a perfect fusion of sound and music boasting Dizzy Gillespie, Duke Ellington – and lots of smoke. Can the landmark TV show now bewitch a new generation of fans?

Richard Williams

29, Apr, 2019 @1:43 PM

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Rolling Stones review – satisfaction guaranteed from rock’s old stagers
They’re showing signs of age – as are some of their attitudes – but the Stones remain capable of electrifying a vast venue with their loose, strutting blues

Kitty Empire

26, May, 2018 @4:00 PM

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Rolling Stones reveal UK tour dates: 'We’re just getting started'
Shows in London, Manchester, Cardiff and Edinburgh will be band’s first UK gigs in five years

Laura Snapes

26, Feb, 2018 @1:27 PM

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The Rolling Stones: 'We are theatre and reality at the same time'
The band’s best album in decades is an ‘accidental’ covers collection of songs by their early heroes. Backstage in Boston they talk about playing until they’re dead, Prince opening for them in his knickers and what Bob Dylan really thinks about his Nobel prize

Alex Needham

01, Dec, 2016 @1:00 PM

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The Rolling Stones announce new album, Blue and Lonesome
Band’s first album in a decade returns to roots with 12 covers of blues greats, and will feature Eric Clapton on two tracks

Harriet Gibsone

06, Oct, 2016 @2:43 PM

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Exhibitionism review – little satisfaction, except for Rolling Stones fans
This accumulation of detail from the Rolling Stones’ five decades tells you much about how they market themselves, less about the band

Michael Hann

04, Apr, 2016 @7:00 PM

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Rolling Stones announce Zip Code tour and Sticky Fingers reissue
The band’s first North American stadium tour since 2007 runs 25 May to 15 July and is named as a nod to their Sticky Fingers album, reissued on 25 May

Guardian music

31, Mar, 2015 @2:58 PM

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How the Rolling Stones became music's biggest business
The man who masterminded the Stones' finances, Prince Rupert Zu Loewenstein, has died. Here's how the Stones revolutionised rock finances

Michael Hann

22, May, 2014 @11:25 AM

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