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The Rolling Stones (music group)

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  • Ryan Adams is out of the fire

    Ryan Adams is out of the fire
    Ménière's disease is an inflammation of the inner ear. Specifically, a swelling in the tubes of the ear canal that control the body's balance. No one knows its cause, but stress, exhaustion and substance abuse are among the factors thought to contribute....
  • Notes on a Year: Mark Swed on classical music

    Notes on a Year: Mark Swed on classical music
    "In the Middle Ages," Sara Maitland writes in her brilliant "A Book of Silence," "Christian scholastics argued that the devil's basic strategy was to bring human beings to a point where they are never alone with their God, nor ever attentively face to...
  • Tom Ardolino dies at 56; former NRBQ drummer

    Tom Ardolino dies at 56; former NRBQ drummer
    Members of the category-defying band NRBQ knew from the outset that their prospects of mainstream success were slim to none. With a sound and attitude that embraced the seminal rock of Chuck Berry and no-borders expanse of free-form jazz...
  • Showcasing an album in concert

    Showcasing an album in concert
    When Elton John stopped in Los Angeles this month on his latest concert tour, he came in with one of the biggest storehouses of hits in pop music history. But instead of diving headlong into his catalog, he and his old friend Leon Russell devoted the...
  • Owsley Stanley dies at 76; 'Acid King' of the '60s psychedelic era

    Owsley Stanley dies at 76; 'Acid King' of the '60s psychedelic era
    Nearly everyone familiar with the history of the 1960s has heard of Timothy Leary and Ken Kesey, the pranksters who spread the gospel of psychedelics to the countercultural generation. But far fewer remember Owsley Stanley. Stanley, who died Saturday...
  • Jimmy Fallon, you're growing on us

    Jimmy Fallon, you're growing on us
    Now that Conan O'Brien has come to rest, presumably for more than seven months, as the host of a TBS talk show, it seems like a good time to take another look at the person who replaced him, and I don't mean Jay Leno. One year and nine months ago Jimmy...
  • PASSINGS: Moose Skowron, Pete Fornatale

    Moose Skowron Five-time World Series champion Moose Skowron, 81, a five-time World Series champion with the New York Yankees and the Dodgers and one of only two players to hit three home runs in the seventh games of World Series, died Friday of...
  • Jerry Ragovoy dies at 80; songwriter had hits with Rolling Stones, Janis Joplin

    Soul songwriter Jerry Ragovoy wrote one of his more famous tunes – "Time Is On My Side," which turned into a massive hit for the Rolling Stones — under the pseudonym of Norman Meade. He was saving his own name for the works he planned to...
  • Album review: The Black Keys' ‘El Camino’

     
    On their latest album, the Black Keys strip it back to the fundamentals, and they do it without sounding like anyone else. Call it the best rock album of 2011 or 2012. Or both....
  • Review: Howard Stern's sweet debut on 'America's Got Talent'

     
    There is something sweetly old-fashioned about the phrase "talent show" -- like "quilting bee" or "sack race" or "bake off," it calls up images of small-town fun, of ordinary citizens showing off that extraordinary thing they do. And for all the...
  • Pooh Corner (and Rolling Stones) house for sale for $3.2 million

     
    Author A.A. Milne's Cotchford Farm, the setting for Milne to write the children's stories of Christopher Robin (named after his son) and Winnie the Pooh, has come up for sale in East Sussex, England for £2,000,000 (about 3.2 million dollars)....
  • Mick Jagger, Jeff Beck on 'SNL': Some NBC stations censor song

     
    Mick Jagger on SNL: When host Mick Jagger did a profanity-laced political song on "Saturday Night Live" some affiliates censored the broadcast....