Bill Wyman and The Rolling Stones were creatively joined again when they all contributed to the Ian Stewart tribute album called “Boogie 4 Stu.”
Even the greatest musicians are still vulnerable to making some really crappy live recordings. Here’s Goldmine’s list of some of the biggest offenders.
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The Rock & Roll Hall of Fame boasts a great variety when it comes to its inductees
With a Market Watch countdown like this one, it’s tough to spot record market trends. We’ve got a variety of genres — Northern Soul, grunge, British Invasion, funk, vintage blues, classical — and formats — 45s, 78s, LPs, promos. So what rocks record-buyers’ worlds the hardest? You’ll just have to keep reading to find out.
Many consider the Rock & Roll Hall of Fame a joke, so how come Rock’s biggest pranksters are ignored?
Some of Ron Wood’s most intriguing paintings will be auctioned off this month.
It’s been a busy few years for Richards, and author Harvey Kubernik points out that the iconic guitarist looks to continue the trend
With another Stones box set due, Bill Wyman, Andrew Loog Oldham, Andy Johns, Marshall Chess and others explain what made the band’s recordings so special.
Proceeds from country legend’s version of Rolling Stones classic will benefit the Animal Welfare Institute