Rolling Stones

Rolling Stones Gather Moss

Rolling Stones Gather Moss

The Rolling Stones are definitely getting up there in age, so it’s easy to forget what they were like in their youth. This 1964 newsreel is a perfect time capsule of the early days of the band. Is it just us, or was their entire audience 10 years-old?

Paint it Carbon Black

Paint it Carbon Black

Musician Jamie Dupuis turns in a great cover version of the Rolling Stones’ Paint It Black, performing the 1966 rock classic on his carbon fiber Emerald harp guitar, which produces a wonderfully layered sound that combines both lead guitar and bass sustain sounds in one.

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The Rolling Stones Aging

The Rolling Stones Aging

Angel Nene takes a look back at the career of The Rolling Stones by playing a medley of their songs, accompanied by morphing images of the groups primary members as they have aged since 1962 through 2018. He previously did the same for The Beatles.

Rag’N’Bone Man: Gimme Shelter

Rag’N’Bone Man: Gimme Shelter

During a recent appearance at BBC Radio 1’s Live Lounge, the talented Rory Charles Graham aka “Rag’N’Bone Man” and his band turned in an extraordinary, soulful cover of the 1969 Rolling Stones’ classic, Gimme Shelter. Damn, that man can sing.

Rolling Stones Whisky

Rolling Stones Whisky

To commemorate the band’s 50th anniversary, Suntory has concocted a batch of just 150 bottles of this woody Japanese whisky, in an awesome lip-and-tongue decanter, to be priced at ~$6300 each.

He Can’t Get No…

He Can’t Get No…

Like the Stones? Sit back and enjoy this awesome elderly street performer in Brussels as he rocks out his own “special” version of the classic (I Can’t Get No) Satisfaction. Stick around for a bonus medley.

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