The Rolling Stones just kicked off their latest North American tour, but Keith Richards is hoping they’ll be able to sneak in some time at the studio real soon.
October has officially begun! If you’re one of those people who loves to go all-out when it comes to your costume, this article is for you. (If you’re the type of person who throws a costume together last minute, bookmark this and read it October 30th.)
In other Stones news, they have a string of dates in Australia and New Zealand next month.
We’re grateful that some of the greatest artists of all time are still adding to their respective legacies with excellent new albums. Here, then, are five great albums that legends released in 2013.
How did Duran Duran lead to Steve Jordan working on Keith Richards’ solo debut? In a Radio.com interview, Jordan also says he’s been recording with Richards again on a solo project. “We’re working on it now, it’s really pretty amazing.”
In Not Fade Away, we take a look at the legacy of some of the greatest albums of the past few decades – some iconic, some lesser known – as they celebrate significant anniversaries. Here, we focus on a somewhat underrated album in the Rolling Stones’ canon: 1983’s ‘Undercover,’ as it turns 30.
We talked to the concert’s musical director Steve Jordan, who is the drummer in Keith Richards’ other band, the X-Pensive Winos.
The look may not be as instantly recognizable as Ozzy or Slash, but the persona is unmistakable.
Eric Clapton‘s 2013 Crossroads Guitar Festival will see a Blu-Ray, DVD & CD release November 19. Held on April 12-13 at Madison Square Garden, the festival featured several masters of the six-string including Keith Richards, […]