He did it at a party that he attended with Mick Jagger and his eventual replacement, Ron Wood.
In an interview with Radio.com about his upcoming limited edition book which documents his time in garage rock band the Bird, Ron Wood discussed both the Rolling Stones and the Faces.
He reportedly died after being ill from cirrhosis.
In his forthcoming memoir, Glyn Johns recounts the time Bob Dylan told him he wanted to record an album with both bands.
The book will feature a forward by President Bill Clinton and comes personally signed by the four living members of the band.
According to the Stones, longtime sax-man Bobby Keys is “Under the weather.”
In other Stones news, they have a string of dates in Australia and New Zealand next month.
During the band’s stop in Lisbon for the Rock in Rio Lisboa festival, they invited The Boss out to help them take on “Tumbling Dice,” off their 1972 album, Exile on Mainstream.
Lisa Robinson has penned a book about her adventures in Rock History. There Goes Gravity: A Life in Rock and Roll documents a lifetime of riveting stories, many told for the first time in this book. […]
The Rolling Stones were forced to postpone a number of dates on their ’14 On Fire,’ tour following the tragic death of Mick Jagger’s longtime girlfriend, L’Wren Scott. The group promised to make up the […]