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Damage control? Or worst joke ever? Via AP:"It was an off-the-cuff remark, a joke, and it is not true. File under April Fool's joke," said Bernard Doherty of LD Communications, which represents the…   Read Story »
Streetlab comprises two dudes from Brooklyn (Mark Lamorg and Ryan Leary) that are all about mashing dance beats to classic rock tracks. They've just released another one, bringing some low-riding…   Read Story »
This week, Forbes released its annual list of music industry power earners, and not surprisingly, you listen to 10% of 'em.01. The Rolling Stones ($150.6 million) 02. Tim McGraw / Faith Hill ($132…   Read Story »
Anyone see The Departed? It's the first movie in which Nicholson sports a dildo, and the umpteenth (okay, third) time Martin Scorcese scores with "Gimme Shelter." EW asks the director about…   Read Story »
Modern drugs, that is. These newfangled substances are no good, according to the Stones axeman. As told to Q (via Gigwise):"I think the quality's gone down. All they do is tryand take the high out of…   Read Story »
The best thing about Snakes On A Plane was the title, and we assumed the same would've been said of Let's Rob Mick Jagger, the new ABC sitcom starring Donal Logue. Now we'll never know. The…   Read Story »
You guys weren't feeling the new Kasabian. And Playlouder seemed downright angry at the band's existence:At parties I often have to withstand friends saying things along the lines of "Oh, Kasabian,…   Read Story »
On Friday night Kasabian's Tom Meighan was interviewed on Channel 4 and went on a rant about the Rolling Stones, who his band's supporting on the road.TOM MEIGHAN: "It's quite incredible. We're…   Read Story »
The Stones finally performed in China Saturday night after serveral failed attempts over the past 25 years. (A concert was planned in 2003, but cancelled because of SARS concerns.) As expected,…   Read Story »
Some things never change. The Rolling Stones stage a massive free concert in Rio and delight a million poor fans. Meanwhile, William Safire can't take his mind off the band's poor grammar. From…   Read Story »