Gwen Stefani embraced her inner hippie chick and got down with the Rolling Stones on Friday night (May 3) in Los Angeles, where the legendary rockers kicked off their 50 and Counting Tour. Sporting a thin headband, straight-outta-'68 hairdo and sparkly t-shirt emblazoned with the Stones' classic lips logo, the No Doubt singer dueted with Mick Jagger on 'Wild Horses,' surprising anyone in the house who doesn't follow her on Twitter.
Johnny Marr was joined onstage by Rolling Stones legend Ronnie Wood at last night's (Feb. 27) NME Awards, where the two teamed up for a performance of the Smiths classic 'How Soon Is Now?' Check it out above.
Camille and Kennerly Kitt are back, and this time they've gone dark. We've seen these identical twin harpists do the theme to 'Game of Thrones.' We've seen them do Zelda. We've even seen them cover Rihanna. Now they're focusing their attention on the Rolling Stones in this version of 'Paint It Black.'
The Rolling Stones are amping up their upcoming pay-per-view special, which is set to air live from their Dec. 15 show at the Prudential Center in Newark, N.J. The band has added the Black Keys to an impressive, diverse A-list lineup of guests who will join them onstage for the final show of their 50 & Counting anniversary trek.
Florence Welch of Florence and the Machine joined rock icons the Rolling Stones onstage last night (Nov. 29) at the second of the band's two gigs at the O2 Arena in London, where the were celebrating 50 years of rocking and rolling. The old guard collided with the new in this hellfire performance. It was certainly a marriage of generations of English musicians.
The Rolling Stones have a history of inviting eclectic acts to support them on the road. In recent years, everyone from Sugar Ray to Sheryl Crow has opened for the Biggest Band on Earth, and tomorrow night (Nov. 29), that list will reportedly grow to include Florence Welch of Florence + the Machine.
Mick Jagger says there is a wide mix of music on the upcoming debut by SuperHeavy, his new supergroup with singer/guitarist Dave Stewart of Eurythmics fame, plus singers Joss Stone and Damian Marley and composer AR Rahman.
“It’s very approachable,” Jagger says. “If you’re a Rolling Stones fan, there’s definitely stuff you can relate to.”
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