Posts Tagged ‘Rolling Stones’

Criss Cross

August 22, 2020

“Criss Cross,” presumably written by Mick Jagger and Keith Richards, recorded by the Rolling Stones in 1973 and unreleased until 2020. Music video directed by Diana Kunst, starring Guindilla Ontanaya.

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Thru and Thru

August 19, 2018

“Thru and Thru,” written by Mick Jagger and (mostly) Keith Richards, recorded by the Rolling Stones in 1994. Lead vocal by Keith Richards.

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Silver Train

November 20, 2016

“Silver Train,” written by Mick Jagger and Keith Richards, performed by them with their band The Rolling Stones, 1973.

Mick Jagger on lead vocals, Keith Richards and Mick Taylor on guitar, Charlie Watts on drums, and Bill Wyman on bass.

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Geriatric Brits to Invade North America

April 2, 2015

Geriatric Brits to Invade North America

The British pensioners known as the Rolling Stones will visit sports arenas in the United States and Canada this summer. The elderly musicians are reissuing their classic 20th century gramophone recording, Arthritic Sticky Fingers. It’s the one with the cover by Andy Warhol (see the model here).

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The Rolling Stones Are Older Than the Supreme Court

February 26, 2014

The Rolling Stones Are Older Than the Supreme Court

“The average age for the four living members of The Rolling Stones is about two years older than the nine justices of the U.S. Supreme Court.

Mick Jagger, Keith Richards, Charlie Watts and Ronnie Wood have an average age of 68 years and 297 days, while the Supreme Court justices’ average is 66 years and 364 days. That makes the rock band one year and 10 months older than the members of the highest court of the United States.”

—  “On Average the Stones Older Than US Supreme Court,” Associated Press

The Supremes’ lineup includes rookies Roberts (57), Alito (62), Sotomayor (58) and Kagan (52). Whippersnappers.

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British Senior Citizens to Visit North America

April 4, 2013

British Senior Citizens to Visit North America

Some elderly English blokes plan to spend their hols pottering around the Colonies. The Paddington Pigeon Fanciers Rolling Stones will visit Los Angeles, Oakland, San Jose, Las Vegas, Anaheim, Toronto, Chicago, Boston, and Philadelphia in May and June. Whilst in ‘Vegas, will they motor out to Lake Havasu and visit London Bridge? What jolly fun!

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Mick Jagger, Other Senior Citizens Begin World Tour

November 26, 2012

Mick Jagger, Other Senior Citizens Begin World Tour

The Rolling Stones began their 50th anniversary tour with the biggest possible bang on Sunday night, as a host of special guests joined them for a hit-packed show in London’s O2 Arena. Former Stones comrades Bill Wyman and Mick Taylor returned to the ranks, while Mary J. Blige and Jeff Beck were also on hand to help with the celebrations.

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Rolling Stones 50th Anniversary

July 12, 2012

Rolling Stons 50th Anniversary

On July 12, 1962 a band of youngsters played its first gig at London’s Marquee Club on Oxford Street. The band was named after a song by Muddy Waters. It was called the Rolling Stones.

The Marquee Club was located in the basement of the Academy movie theater. The film that night: “The Day of the Triffids.”

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