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Faces broke up when Ronnie Wood left to join the Rolling Stones in 1975, but more than 30 years later, they're reuniting, Rod Stewart and all. A psyched Stewart says they'll be playing shows next…   Read Story »
Take our ink-stained hands and join us at the OldStand, where Jon McMillan goes to remind everyone what an honest-to-goodness music magazine is supposed to look like. Not sure why it took Rolling…   Read Story »
Hey, David Byrne and the Boss aren't the only old-school rockers keeping abreast of the new, crazy sounds. Turns out Rolling Stones' guitarist Ronnie Wood has a new musical obsession. Via NME:The…   Read Story »
Mick flashes back through some of his favorite moments in the video for "Charmed Life"-- hugging Bono, playing bass, hugging Sting, chillin' with Lenny Kravitz, chicken dancing from here to eternity,…   Read Story »
As you may have heard, the king of the chicken dance is releasing a 17-track The Very Best Of Mick Jagger with material from his four solo albums, some soundtrack work, etc. One of the songs…   Read Story »
Mini-flurry of Rolling happenings today: First, there's news that London-based 7Digital will be the first online outlet to offer the entire Stones catalogue in DRM-free format, and in a sweet spot of…   Read Story »
Ever heard of Chris Jagger? Sometimes we forget that iconic rockers are people with families and siblings -- and apparently so do the rockers themselves. It may have taken a couple of decades, but…   Read Story »
WFMU points us to Legion Of Rock Stars, for which the rules are simple: A bunch of people put on noise-canceling headphonesThey all listen to the same song and play alongThe results are recorded and…   Read Story »
Fans with a shared love of rock icons and unidentified flying objects will be enthralled by Alien Rock: The Rock 'N' Roll Extraterrestrial Connection, a book by Michael C. Luckman which compiles…   Read Story »
The musician-branding is getting outta hand. OK, the rash of rocker energy drinks and sneakers are, albeit odd and unexpected, sure to hit with some kids. But a new product brings a different sort of…   Read Story »