Rolling Stones

Third miss for Stones devotee

Third miss for Stones devotee

Dunedin woman Michelle Chalklin-Sinclair was hoping it would be third time lucky when it came to seeing the Rolling Stones in concert.

Stones 'cancel Perth'; doubt over NZ show

Stones 'cancel Perth'; doubt over NZ show

The Rolling Stones have reportedly cancelled the first concert of their Australasian tour, raising doubts over their April 5 New Zealand show.

Stones tour prompts hopes of Dunedin date

Stones tour prompts hopes of Dunedin date

Could the Rolling Stones be coming to Dunedin? The world's biggest rock group announced yesterday it will play at least one concert in New Zealand early next year.

Stones announce US, UK tour

Stones announce US, UK tour

The Rolling Stones have unveiled details of their biggest tour in six years, playing nine dates in North America as well as two British concerts after a stage comeback last year to celebrate 50 years in music.

Stones lead winners at NME music awards

Stones lead winners at NME music awards

The Rolling Stones have picked up two prizes at the NME Music Awards in London - one for best live act and the other for best film, and veteran guitarist Ronnie Wood was on hand to accept a pair of irreverent "middle finger" statuettes.

Film review: Crossfire Hurricane

Film review: Crossfire Hurricane

With a title lifted from one of their most iconic tracks, this addition to the wealth of Rolling Stones' retrospectives could be the best yet.

Gaga, Springsteen, Black Keys to gig with Stones

Gaga, Springsteen, Black Keys to gig with Stones

The Rolling Stones will close their 50th anniversary celebration by inviting Bruce Springsteen, Lady Gaga and The Black Keys to join them on stage for their final show on Saturday.

Stones join line-up for Sandy benefit gig

Stones join line-up for Sandy benefit gig

Legendary rock band The Rolling Stones, "Twilight" star Kristen Stewart and actor Leonardo DiCaprio have joined the line-up for a fundraising concert in New York next week for victims of Hurricane Sandy, organizers say.

Stones surprise Paris with cheap warm-up gig

Stones surprise Paris with cheap warm-up gig

The Rolling Stones have performed an energetic warm-up gig in Paris for a few hundred fans after announcing on Twitter that tickets would go on sale for 15 euros ($NZ24) just hours in advance.

New biography welcome addition

Do we really need another biography of Mick Jagger?

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