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My life with drugs, rock 'n' roll and addictionupdated: Thu Feb 23 2012 17:01:00

The Whitney Houston headlines last week sent a familiar shiver through me.

Negotiating a job? Forget your egoupdated: Wed Oct 12 2011 08:53:00

Shew. You finally have an offer on the table, and you're so excited you could just scream. But now that you've jumped through the hoops to get to this point, the real work is still ahead of you. It's time for negotiations. Typically I think there are two types of people -- those who love to intellectually spar and those who would rather play rock, paper, scissors instead.

Documentary follows 'Rolling Stones of hip-hop'updated: Fri Jul 08 2011 16:48:00

When legendary hip-hop group A Tribe Called Quest broke up in 1998, founding member Ali Shaheed Muhammad says, he felt relieved.

Inside the psychedelic workshop of circuit bending founder Reed Ghazalaupdated: Wed Jun 22 2011 12:39:00

In 1967, Reed Ghazala discovered something amazing just by sitting at his desk.

Where circuit bending beganupdated: Wed Jun 22 2011 12:39:00

Motherboard.tv talks to the founder of circuit bending about the history and evolution of the art.

Mick Jagger's supergroup: Dave Stewart, Joss Stone, Damian Marleyupdated: Mon May 23 2011 10:58:00

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.

Husband quietly captures the kitchenupdated: Fri May 06 2011 08:56:00

One afternoon a few months ago, my husband walked into the house carrying a cookbook and then stood in the kitchen for a long time, turning the pages, reading it. This was interesting. He looked deeply absorbed.

Keith Richards' daughter gets sympathy from prosecutorsupdated: Fri Apr 22 2011 10:26:00

The daughter of Rolling Stones guitarist Keith Richards scored some sympathy with prosecutors with charges to be dismissed in six months if she stays out of trouble.

SI.com: Steve Rushin: What Keith Richards taught me about sportsupdated: Wed Apr 06 2011 12:11:00

I once played golf with Jesse Ventura, who brandished a telescopic ball retriever throughout our round and probed the many ponds for other people's Titleists. "I'm lookin' for Pro V1s," explained The Body, who was the sitting governor of Minnesota at the time. "Those puppies are five dollars a ball."

Keith Richards' daughter faces drug, graffiti chargesupdated: Wed Mar 02 2011 16:21:00

The daughter of Rolling Stones guitarist Keith Richards was arrested after allegedly scrawling graffiti on a building in a Manhattan neighborhood Tuesday night, according to police.

Satisfaction! Rolling Stones selling HD catalog onlineupdated: Wed Mar 02 2011 00:44:00

Lovers of high-fidelity audio are about to get some satisfaction.

December on icon: Photographyupdated: Thu Dec 30 2010 04:39:00

icon this month explores photography and meets some of the most iconic photographers of the last few decades.

Never-before-seen photos of an outlaw biker gang published by LIFEupdated: Wed Sep 29 2010 10:15:00

America loves its outlaws, but few of us actually dare to live the lifestyle. Veteran LIFE photographer Bill Ray got about as close as anyone, riding along with a notorious biker gang.

Beef tongue, old eggs: getting over fear of foodupdated: Mon Jul 05 2010 08:48:00

One of the small sorrows of my adult life is being married to a man who won't eat tongue. "It's delicious," I tell him, but he won't budge. "If you tasted it and didn't know what it was, you'd love it," I say. "The problem is all in your head!"

'Runaway general,' or runaway reporter?updated: Tue Jun 22 2010 19:02:00

The forthcoming Rolling Stone profile of Gen. Stanley McChrystal that was leaked to the press Monday has now taken on a life of its own. "The Runaway General," by former Newsweek correspondent Michael Hastings, offers a very close look at the four- star general who commands U.S. and NATO forces in Afghanistan.

Jagger credits Stones' success to luck, hard work, fansupdated: Wed May 19 2010 09:04:00

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: We work very hardupdated: Wed May 19 2010 09:04:00

Mick Jagger talks about the continued success of The Rolling Stones. See more on Larry King Live, May 18th at 9pm ET.

The Stones' grand return from 'Exile'updated: Tue May 18 2010 13:11:00

In the new documentary "Stones in Exile," Rolling Stones guitarist Keith Richards defines the art form he's epitomized for almost 50 years.

Money Magazine: Maximize your retirement savingsupdated: Tue Apr 13 2010 10:47:00

Question: I want to max out my 401(k), but my company limits contributions to 20% of salary. Given what I earn, I would have to contribute more than 20% to reach the maximum contribution allowed by law. I know I can handle putting away more, but because of my employer's 20% cap, I can't. Can companies really limit my contributions like that? And, if so, what can I do to save more? -- Laura, Denver, Colorado

Iconic album cover stampsupdated: Fri Jan 08 2010 15:28:00

Britain releases stamps featuring classic album covers. ITN's Stephanie West has the story behind the covers.

The Clash, Pink Floyd get British royal stamp of approvalupdated: Fri Jan 08 2010 15:28:00

After the gloom of December's postal strikes, Britain's Royal Mail has started the new year in the right tune with the launch of 10 stamps which feature iconic album covers.

Review: 'Pirate Radio' has great music, middling storyupdated: Fri Nov 13 2009 08:01:00

"Pirate Radio," set during the swinging '60s of pop music when giants like the Kinks and the Who roamed the earth, was called "The Boat That Rocked" in its original UK release.

People.com: Susan Boyle's Debut CD Reveals Eclectic Mixupdated: Thu Oct 08 2009 15:07:00

Madonna, the Stones, even the Monkees inspire the much-anticipated album

People.com: Mackenzie Phillips: I Slept with My Own Fatherupdated: Wed Sep 23 2009 10:49:00

The One Day at a Time star details her shocking family secret in a new memoir

Police review death of Rolling Stones founder Brian Jonesupdated: Mon Aug 31 2009 10:32:00

British police are reviewing the death of Rolling Stones founder Brian Jones, 40 years after the hard-living rocker was found dead in a swimming pool.

Scorsese shines a light on the Rolling Stonesupdated: Mon Aug 31 2009 07:11:00

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.

Ex-Beatles, Rolling Stones manager Allen Klein diesupdated: Sun Jul 05 2009 18:44:00

Music manager Allen Klein, whose clients included the Rolling Stones and the Beatles, died Saturday after a lengthy battle with Alzheimer's disease, his publicist said. Klein was 77.

People.com: Introducing: Paolo Nutiniupdated: Fri Apr 24 2009 07:33:00

The Italian-Scottish singer talks Coachella and opening for the Stones

People.com: Brad Pitt Serves As Butt of Mick Jagger's Jokeupdated: Mon Feb 09 2009 13:58:00

The rocker even cracks up the Benjamin Button star at London's BAFTA Awards

Commentary: Buddy Holly, rock music geniusupdated: Tue Feb 03 2009 07:25:00

Of all the unique oddities of my career, I am perhaps proudest of the fact that I am forever linked with Buddy Holly.

People.com: Inside the White House Record Collectionupdated: Tue Jan 27 2009 07:40:00

Dylan and Springsteen can be heard in a White House once ruled by Pat Boone

Fortune: This green Web site really rocksupdated: Wed Jan 14 2009 14:58:00

With stories on hybrid convertibles and Brad Pitt rebuilding New Orleans, not to mention headlines like "There's a bear in my begonias," the Mother Nature Network aims to put some pizzazz into green news.

10 answers by Paul Field, of The Wigglesupdated: Wed Jul 23 2008 02:05:00

1. I owe my success to... my father and mother. My mother instilled a love of music and had all of her seven children taught a musical instrument. My father put family first but worked very, very hard.

People.com: Singer Mike Smith Dies Weeks Before Hall of Fame Inductionupdated: Fri Feb 29 2008 10:03:00

Mike Smith, the lead singer of The Dave Clark Five, has died at age 64.

EMI to axe 2,000 jobsupdated: Thu Jan 17 2008 07:22:00

Artists fear shake-up of music group EMI will impact record sales. CNN's Jim Boulden reports.

Time.com: Rolling Stones Sign Deal with Universalupdated: Thu Jan 17 2008 07:00:00

The Rolling Stones announced Thursday they have signed a deal to release the soundtrack to their Martin Scorsese-directed concert film through Universal Music Group

Time.com: Big Cuts Planned at EMIupdated: Tue Jan 15 2008 18:00:00

The record company's response to dwindling CD sales is cutting up to 2,000 jobs worldwide in an attempt to save $400 million

Music label EMI slashes 2,000 jobsupdated: Tue Jan 15 2008 06:32:00

The new owners of music label EMI Group -- home of the Rolling Stones, Coldplay and the Spice Girls -- said Tuesday that they plan to cut up to a third of the work force in a restructuring plan aimed at countering plummeting revenue from CD sales and the loss of several major artists from the company's stable.

Can Led Zeppelin still rock?updated: Mon Dec 10 2007 16:01:00

They have been described by critics as the definitive heavy metal band, they released eight studio albums in just 10 years and have sold more than 300 million records worldwide. And now, one of the best rock acts of all time is back.

Time.com: 10 Questions for Ron Woodupdated: Wed Oct 24 2007 17:00:00

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

SI.com: Craig Terrill's ultimate playlistupdated: Mon Oct 01 2007 01:14:00

Seahawks defensive tackle Craig Terrill plays guitar in a band called The Strangers and is in his fourth NFL season. The 27-year-old majored in journalism and has written pieces for Gold and Black Illustrated and The Spokesman Review.

Richards can't get no satisfactionupdated: Wed Aug 29 2007 08:05:00

Rolling Stones guitarist Keith Richards has demanded an apology from Swedish newspapers for their scathing reviews of the group's performance in the country earlier this month.

Stones escape fine for lighting upupdated: Wed Aug 22 2007 00:01:00

Bosses of the O2 arena were cautioned but escaped a fine on Wednesday after two members of the Rolling Stones defied England's new anti-smoking law and lit up on stage.

People.com: Amy Winehouse Cancels All Her August Commitmentsupdated: Fri Aug 17 2007 10:23:00

After canceling two opening gigs for the Rolling Stones originally scheduled for this week, "Rehab" pop star Amy Winehouse is pulling the plug on the remainder of her performances in August, her rep announced Thursday.

CNNMoney: Guitarist Keith Richards rolling in book doughupdated: Tue Jul 31 2007 06:22:00

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.

CNNMoney: Richards may get satisfaction from publishersupdated: Wed Jul 25 2007 22:25:00

Publishers vying for the rights to rocker Keith Richards' autobiography have pushed up the Rolling Stones guitarist's advance to $7.3 million, according to a report.

Floods hit Britainupdated: Sat Jul 21 2007 00:17:00

Floods hit Britain

Today's Buzz storiesupdated: Mon Jun 25 2007 11:52:00

Christina Aguilera says she's reading scripts in search of the right role to launch an acting career.

Fortune: Question authorityupdated: Tue May 15 2007 14:36:00

As CEO of Live Nation, Michael Rapino is one of the few people in the music industry who has managed to grow revenue lately. He has done it the old-fashioned way, by domination; in this case, of th...

SI.com: Swimsuit secretsupdated: Wed Feb 14 2007 13:19:00

HOLLYWOOD, Calif. -- A story about models and rock stars needs to be written here. After all, long before Sports Illustrated brought the two groups together for this year's Swimsuit Issue, the Chateau Marmont helped facilitate their rendezvous inside the various suites, cottages and bungalows nestled alongside this hill overlooking Sunset Blvd.

Business 2.0: Rock 'N' Returnsupdated: Tue Feb 13 2007 15:21:00

Imagine if you could have invested in the Rolling Stones in 1964. Well, you can't always get what you want - but now you can buy the shares you need from SellaBand, a German company that lets music...

SI.com: America's ultimate reality showupdated: Wed Jan 31 2007 14:34:00

Someone wise once made the observation that in the entire history of humankind, nobody had ever washed a rental car. Likewise, do you think anyone has ever chosen to watch a game on television because of the announcers? Maybe now, maybe someone decides to watch -- or not to watch -- the Academy Awards because of who is hosting. But a ballgame -- because of the announcers. . . .?

Today's Buzz storiesupdated: Fri Dec 29 2006 11:03:00

A fire destroyed a Northern California lodge popular with celebrities, abruptly halting holiday vacations for Jake and Maggie Gyllenhaal and a dozen or so other guests.

James Brown rememberedupdated: Mon Dec 25 2006 12:00:00

James Brown, one of the pioneers of soul music, has died at 73.

James Brown, the 'Godfather of Soul,' dies at 73updated: Mon Dec 25 2006 10:41:00

James Brown, the legendary R&B belter, a singer and songwriter who created a foundation for funk and provided the roots of rap, a man of many nicknames but a talent that can only be described as one of a kind, is dead.

Review: 'Guitar Hero' gets an encoreupdated: Fri Dec 01 2006 13:24:00

As with the original game, "Guitar Hero II" is played with a guitar-shaped controller that plugs into the console. You can buy one with the game as a bundle for $79.99 (which now includes a "classic red" Gibson SG controller) if you don't already own an older one. The stand-alone game costs $49.99.

Shortcuts: How to sing karaokeupdated: Tue Nov 28 2006 09:26:00

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!

Quest's year in reviewupdated: Mon Nov 20 2006 09:40:00

Richard Quest takes a breather from life on the road to indulge in a trip down memory lane of highlights from the past year.

CBGB sounds its final noteupdated: Mon Oct 16 2006 03:15:00

CBGB, the legendary rock club long associated with the bands that spawned the punk-rock music scene, closed its doors early Monday morning after a farewell performance featuring poet-musician Patti Smith.

Fortune: Talking shopupdated: Fri Sep 08 2006 06:40:00

As recently as the 1970s, you could reach 90% of the U.S. television audience just by buying ads on the three networks at 9 P.M. Today's marketers have it tougher. They must sell to a highly fragme...

Tyrrell: Bubba and the big 6-0updated: Thu Aug 24 2006 14:51:00

Former President Bill Clinton has been celebrating his 60th birthday at breakneck speed and he will be continuing to do so for months to come, according to news reports. Given the many laughs he has afforded me over the years, I hope he will proceed at a more restrained pace. I could not bear to see him make another run to the emergency room. The sudden whitening of his hair since his retirement from the White House and shrinkage of his once fleshy physique should admonish voluptuaries everywhere of the potential health threats from recreational sex.

Fortune: Talking shopupdated: Wed Aug 09 2006 15:38:00

As recently as the 1970s, you could reach 90% of the U.S. television audience just by buying ads on the three networks at 9 P.M. Today's marketers have it tougher. They must sell to a highly fragmented audience of Internet empowered, channel-surfing, TiVo-happy consumers whose tastes change on a dime. Make a mistake, and capital markets hammer your company's stock.

CNNMoney: Concert promoter taps fan club linkupdated: Mon Jul 31 2006 06:06:00

Concert promoter Live Nation said Monday it is buying a controlling stake in fan club operator Musictoday, a move that could bring fans closer to their favorite musicians.

showbuzzupdated: Wed Jul 05 2006 15:33:00

In her first TV interview since her recovery, Kylie Minogue fought back tears as she described the moment she discovered she had breast cancer.

Bill Wyman's view of the worldupdated: Wed May 31 2006 10:56:00

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.

showbuzzupdated: Mon May 22 2006 12:05:00

Keith Richards has returned to the United States after being treated for a head injury in New Zealand, his publicist said Monday.

Fortune: As the bull stalls ... 3 stocks to considerupdated: Tue Apr 11 2006 08:49:00

The great bull market of 2006 is about to stall out. Why? Haven't you noticed? The price of a barrel of oil is nearly $70. Stocks cannot and will not climb in the face of that news I say.

The Quest for musicupdated: Mon Apr 10 2006 11:09:00

Is musical talent something you're born with or something you acquire (like a skill or a rash)? And is it even important to succeed in the music business?

CNNMoney: Live Nation: A hot ticket?updated: Wed Jan 04 2006 11:55:00

NEW YORK (CNNMoney.com) - The concert business, like the rest of the music industry, has fallen on tough times during the past few years.

Not 'the last rock 'n' roll band'updated: Tue Jan 03 2006 14:35:00

The Rolling Stones call themselves "the world's greatest rock 'n' roll band." The Clash was "the only band that matters."

CNNMoney: Report: Housing market coolingupdated: Tue Nov 15 2005 06:41:00

The pace of home sales are slowing and sellers are finding a harder time getting their asking price for homes, according to a published report.

Jagger: No 'Yoko' girlfriend riftupdated: Wed Oct 05 2005 05:53:00

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.

CNNMoney: Hey iTunes, don't make it bad...updated: Wed Sep 07 2005 12:29:00

NEW YORK (CNN/Money) - The Rolling Stones have fully embraced the digital music bandwagon. Is it time for the Beatles to do the same?

The 'Hazzard' of reviewsupdated: Wed Aug 03 2005 10:07:00

I think it was Broadway impresario David Merrick who once advertised a show using blurbs from people who had the same names as New York theater critics.

FSB: Rare Mediumupdated: Fri Jul 01 2005 00:01:00

Rock & roll is about horrifying your parents, and nothing sends Mom and Dad up a tree faster than devil worship. That partly explains the Satanic imagery in a lot of rock music. In 1967 the Rolling...

A taste of the Swingin' '60supdated: Tue Apr 12 2005 14:28:00

In 1966, perhaps the greatest year rock 'n' roll has ever known, the biggest-selling album artist of the year wasn't the Beatles or Beach Boys or the Rolling Stones.

You can't tell an album from its titleupdated: Wed Nov 17 2004 11:15:00

The title of the new U2 album is "How to Dismantle an Atomic Bomb."

Stone 'ready to rock 'n' roll'updated: Sat Oct 02 2004 09:06:00

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.

In praise of the zipupdated: Tue Sep 21 2004 08:09:00

I was born in 1950 and when I was a little girl I had something called a "siren suit."

Ron Wood, painterupdated: Fri Sep 10 2004 08:36:00

Ron Wood could have just as easily been a painter.

Fortune: Inside the Rolling Stones Inc.updated: Mon Sep 30 2002 00:01:00

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...

Fortune: Rolling Stone Gathers Treesupdated: Mon Jan 07 2002 00:01:00

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...

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