The Rolling Stones are strongly considering at least one live concert later this year to mark their 50th anniversary, Stones insiders tell Rolling Stone. Sources add that the band is still considering a tour in 2013.
President Barack Obama complained Tuesday that he doesn't get out much. Then he noted he doesn't have to when B.B. King and Mick Jagger come to play a concert at his house.
President Obama joins B.B. King, Mick Jagger and other blues and rock legends at a performance in the White House.
Edward "Ned" Kelly packed a lot of living, stealing and killing in his scant 25 years.
The 17-year-old model bares his buff bod for a Hudson Jeans billboard in Hollywood
The main acts in a pop craze always spawn imitations. The "Britpop" movement of the mid-1990s was no exception with a succession of bands, seemingly using either Blur or Oasis as a template. But one band that could not be copied was Pulp, fronted by the irrepressible Jarvis Cocker.
For the first time since the Rolling Stones formed nearly 50 years ago, Mick Jagger is part of a new band: Super Heavy -- featuring Dave Stewart, Joss Stone, Damian Marley and Indian film composer A.R. Rahman.
The teen superstars are photographed on the red carpet at Vanity Fair Party
Bob Dylan sure sounded bad, even for him, croaking through "Maggie's Farm" at the Grammys on Sunday. Mick Jagger wasn't much better.
"When you see the performance, it will make a lot sense," says the show producer
He's responsible for some of rock 'n' roll's most enduring images -- from Queen's famous album cover to the iconic pictures of David Bowie during the Ziggy Stardust tour.
Frederick Shilmover was surfing the web for the perfect vacation when he made the impulsive decision to buy a trip out West on luxury deal site Jetsetter.com.
Rolling Stones frontman Mick Jagger played down his status as an iconic rock 'n' roller during an interview to be broadcast Tuesday night, crediting his band's longevity to luck, hard work and loyal fans.
Mick Jagger talks about the continued success of The Rolling Stones. See more on Larry King Live, May 18th at 9pm ET.
In the new documentary "Stones in Exile," Rolling Stones guitarist Keith Richards defines the art form he's epitomized for almost 50 years.
This month let The Screening Room be your guide to the Cannes Film Festival. Presenter Myleene Klass goes beyond the glamour and the glitz at the most important festival on the movie calendar. We rub shoulders with the creators of the next billion dollar blockbusters, arthouse auteurs and low budget bloggers. Directors such as Ridley Scott and Woody Allen will strut up the red-carpeted steps of the Palais. Oliver Stone talks global financial meltdown as his follow up to the 80s classic "Wall Street" premieres in Cannes. And Mick Jagger brings rock 'n' roll swagger to the Croisette. From Algeria to Russia, China to Iran, 18 films will battle for the top prize. The Screening Room will tell you who takes home the coveted Palme d'Or.
Staying at a hotel popular with celebrities means you could swim in the same pool as Kate Hudson once did or sleep in Madonna's favorite oceanfront suite. But imagine if you could actually live -- at least for a week or two -- in Mick Jagger's six-bedroom Caribbean retreat in Mustique. You could check out his personal photos, tool around in his Jeep, even use his can opener.
The "Tik Tok" songstress admits to fear of ghosts and love of learning and animals
Many of us guys have big, easily damaged egos, and even those of us with thick skin can be taken down by a casual word from a girlfriend, mother, boss, etc.
In Doha last October Danish tennis player Caroline Wozniacki provided one of the most harrowing moments ever seen on a tennis court. Battling through cramps in the third set of a match against Vera Zvonareva, she fell to the court, her tear-streaked face a portrait of agony, her body contorted in pain.
The One Day at a Time star details her shocking family secret in a new memoir
See intimate photos from a youth spent smuggling drugs, hanging with the Stones - and losing his mom to suicide
Two titans of showbusiness have come together in a perfect pairing: The Rolling Stones, the world's greatest band, play two nights at New York's intimate Beacon Theatre; capturing the night on camera is celebrated film director, Martin Scorsese.
My parents were programming me to be a doctor, but I ended up becoming a lawyer. I got married during college and worked at night as a newspaper reporter covering police and courts.
Is the supermodel, who broke up with Leonardo DiCaprio in June, on the rebound?
A month after filing for divorce, the reality star finally removes her ring
The country singer and Dean Sheremet have been apart "for quite some time," a source tells PEOPLE
Mechelle McNair is grateful for the prayers, deeds and words of sympathy
The former first daughter also says her parents have slowly joined generation Blackberry
In just-released scenes, the love triangle between Twilight's Edward, Bella and Jacob heats up
The 30 Rock actress says the Twilight hunk isn't her type
A Minnesota couple creates a YouTube sensation with their Bollywood-style ceremony
The former Girls Next Door star will dish on life at the Playboy mansion and more
A source says, "it will be the album to really give her an identity musically"
Summer is here, and that means so are summer jobs. While lots of young people find work as lifeguards or camp counselors, just as many are forced off the beaten path to find their first paychecks.
ZoÃ« Kravitz follows in her dad's famous rock 'n' roll footsteps
"Mom, I have to ask you something," my seven-year-old Henry begins. He stares at me with those solemn eyes and I steel myself.
The rocker even cracks up the Benjamin Button star at London's BAFTA Awards
Madonna's ex and millionaire socialite Jemima Khan are keeping London abuzz
Hollywood actor Ben Affleck and rock luminary Mick Jagger launched a media campaign meant to raise money for and draw attention to people displaced by recent fighting in the Democratic Republic of Congo.
CNN's Hanna Gordola talks to Ben Affleck about his latest film in war-plagued Congo.
France's First Lady admits she often disturbs husband Nicolas Sarkozy
France gets a sneak peek of its First Lady's very personal record
Violence in the Haitian capital Port-au-Prince is holding back the nation's dreams of building a viable tourism industry, despite its success in neighboring Caribbean nations
The two have a leisurely night out with Mick Jagger and Clint Eastwood in Cannes
But, the rock icon warns, the singer "isn't going to be around long unless she sorts herself out"
Carla Bruni is the new first lady of France, PEOPLE has confirmed.
French President Sarkozy says relationship 'serious', but he's not ready for marriage. CNN's Jim Bittermann reports.
New opinion polls show the French public is tired of speculation surrounding President Nicolas Sarkozy's private life after a newspaper claimed he is about to marry ex-supermodel Carla Bruni.
Australian pop star Kylie Minogue and the professor who created Dolly the sheep are among the prominent figures who have received awards from Queen Elizabeth II in her annual New Year Honors list.
Less than two months after his divorce, France's President, Nicolas Sarkozy, has found a new companion: model Carla Bruni.
Playing together for the first time since 1988, Led Zeppelin rocked a capacity 10,000 crowd at London's 02 arena Monday night – a crowd that included celebs like Kate Moss, Naomi Campbell, Mick Jagger and Paul McCartney.
The biological clock is ticking for reality star Adrianne Curry – but it's not hers, it's husband Christopher Knight's! "If we start having [kids] soon [he's] not going to get decrepit like Mick Jagger," the ever-outspoken Curry told reporters Tuesday night. "When his kid hits his teens [he'll] be dead. I don't want that and we won't have that if we have kids in the next few years."
He has been the Rolling Stones' hard-living guitarist for more than three decades. Now he is telling it all in his autobiography, Ronnie. Ron Wood will now take your questions
Hilary Swank credits her slender fitness to simple, good genes.
Call it the battle of the bumps: For pregnant roles in upcoming films, Katharine McPhee and Debra Messing will both don faux bellies, but only one will be brand new.
Rolling Stones guitarist Keith Richards has signed a deal reportedly worth more than $7 million to write his autobiography, a tome that will trace his trek from cherubic choirboy to rock 'n' roll survivor.
It takes a lot to preside over the pinnacle of Parisian chic, yet Stephane Pompougnac, lounge guru to the A-list, has been spinning his unique brand of seductive chillout for the past decade.
The invitation to your annual work party has fluttered into your e-mail inbox -- and your stomach contracts as you read it's an evening of karaoke. But don't spend the night "washing your hair" -- our guide will help turn you from nul points nobody to karaoke king or queen!
LOS ANGELES, California (Hollywood Reporter) -- NBC has ordered three additional scripts of freshman comedy "30 Rock," which got off to a lackluster start despite critical praise.
From perfectly fitted bespoke to a new breed of off-the-rack options, Savile Row has something to suit every style (if not every budget). Here's a look at the players, plus a few spots to grab a pi...
Eva Longoria says she's done with television after "Desperate Housewives" ends.
In 1965 -- the year of "Satisfaction" -- the Rolling Stones were finally starting to make some rock-star money. The members of the group purchased houses, cars and started investing in their individual passions.
Maybe it's the facility with language, or the practice at telling tall tales. One way or another, a career as a rapper sure seems to prepare MCs for starring roles in movies that earn big box office bucks and-quite often-raves from critics.
Rolling Stones singer Mick Jagger has taken the highly unusual step of releasing a statement rejecting as "nonsense" reports that his girlfriend is causing a rift with the rest of the legendary rock band.
WHERE SHE LIVES IN Los Angeles, says career coach and author Cynthia Shapiro, "everyone has an 'earthquake kit'" --typically a flashlight, water, and some non-perishable food. "Often people even ke...
Mick Jagger still can't get no. And great philosophers like Schopenhauer were convinced it didn't exist. But real--and sustained--human contentment is indeed possible, according to Gregory Berns, a...
Nowadays, he's referred to as "Sir." But Mick Jagger certainly wasn't a respected member of the establishment 35 years ago -- at least not in the eyes of the police.
What to consider when you try to network with your boss's boss. Plus, skills the ideal CIO candidate should have, the advantages of being fired, and more on revealing your true age at work.
A two-year legal battle between Bianca Jagger and her landlord could leave the environmental activist without a home.
They've been making suits on London's famous Savile Row since the 18th century.
In the new "Alfie," Jude Law plays a scandalously charming, devastatingly sexy, emotionally barren Brit who despite his commitment-phobic ways has women flocking to him -- ready and willing.
Rolling Stones drummer Charlie Watts has been given the green light to get back on stage and join Mick Jagger and other bandmates in a new world tour after winning a battle against throat cancer, according to a British newspaper report.
Prince is turning down his mojo.
I turned 40 the other day. You may have missed the news, since no one bothered to write about it.
Britain should stop awarding knighthoods and damehoods within five years and scrap the Order of the British Empire, a committee of lawmakers has recommended.
Reader Advisory: The following book, Howling at the Moon: The Odyssey of a Monstrous Music Mogul in an Age of Excess (Broadway Books, 24.95), by former CBS Records chief Walter Yetnikoff, contains ...
So I'm up on stage with my new band, Byrdman of Alcohol, at a legendary New York City rock & roll club. I nervously begin the opening riff to our arrangement of Eddie Cochran's "Summertime Blues." ...
Paul Allen, the Microsoft co-founder and cable entrepreneur, may be worth $20 billion, but he just can't keep his investments healthy (consider troubled Charter Communications). The latest to suffe...
To cover 1.3 billion people, a writer needs to pack a big per capita punch. Happily, FORTUNE's new China hand, Clay Chandler, does just that. Clay, who's fluent in Japanese, has spent more than a d...
Mick Jagger is wearing a cool pink shirt, slim black trousers, and bright red socks. His hair is--well, there's a lot of it. But don't let the look fool you. Mick is all business. That's business w...
Say you're a piano player extraordinaire and your principal job is to wait for Mick Jagger to call you up every couple of years to tour with the Rolling Stones. Great, but what do you do with the r...
Stocks have plummeted, a recession looms, terrorist threats abound and President Bush is readying the troops for a ground war. Yes, it's 1990 all over again.
Go ahead, put away that laptop. (Admit it: You were just playing solitaire, weren't you?) Here's some ear fodder to help keep you sane on those long hauls. --J.G.
Pay--the subject's enough to make even the most macho manager cringe. No matter how you handle this sensitive issue, you wind up making some, if not most, of your employees angry and confused. Many...
YOU CAN BE PRETTY sure that Mick Jagger, one rock relic the Gen X crowd really digs, wasn't crooning about personal finance when he sang, "Time is on my side." But time is one of the two things twe...
IS RAY SMITH hip? He'd better be. When his Bell Atlantic merges with cable monster TCI, he's going to be cruising in the info-highway fast lane, rubbing fenders with the folks who shape the tastes ...
Granted, U.S. electronics manufacturers are far behind the Japanese in developing high-definition television (HDTV) hardware. But some good news has been overlooked amid all the clamor for governme...
Roll over, Beethoven, and tell Mick Jagger the news. Just about anyone can sound symphonic with the remarkable device shown below. And if your favorite opening bars are not to the master's Fifth bu...
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