Mick Jagger

Mick Jagger performs with The Rolling Stones

Mick Jagger Teases “New Tunes” With Harmonica Solo

Is new music from the Rolling Stones coming soon?
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Meet Merry Clayton, The Iconic Voice Behind The Rolling Stones' Hit Song "Gimme Shelter"

You've heard her voice plenty of times, but have you ever stopped and wondered who the woman was with the spine-tingling voice singing backup on "Gimme Shelter"? Meet Merry Clayton .
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James Bay and Mick Jagger

WATCH: James Bay & The Rolling Stones Perform "Beast of Burden"

On Tuesday night (June 19), “Pink Lemonade” singer James Bay joined veteran rockers The Rolling Stones onstage.
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WATCH: Rolling Stones 'Shattered' In Manchester

The Rolling Stones continued on with their No Filter Tour on Tuesday night, June 5th at Old Trafford Football Stadium in Manchester, England. They treated everyone to a performance of "Shattered" for the first time in five years. Check out the video recorded by fan Natalie Natters below. Video of...
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Mick Jagger and Florence Welch

WATCH: Florence Welch & Mick Jagger's "Wild Horses" Duet Is Perfection

Florence + The Machine may have released several new songs lately (“Hunger” and “Sky Full of Song”), but frontwoman Florence Welch was kicking it old school when she joined The Rolling Stones onstage in London last weekend.
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WATCH: Rolling Stones Jam 'Wild Horses' With Florence Welch

During the second of two shows at London Stadium on May 25th, The Rolling Stones were joined by Florence & The Machine singer Florence Welch for a performance of "Wild Horses." Video of The Rolling Stones - No Filter Tour (25.05.18 Wild Horses w/ Florence Welch) Video of Rolling Stones Wild...
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LISTEN: Rolling Stones Stream 1965 BBC Performance of "Satisfaction"

Video of The Rolling Stones - (I Can't Get No) Satisfaction' (Saturday Club, 18th September 1965)
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WATCH: Rolling Stones Play 'Wild Horses' At Special Show

This clip was recorded May 20th, 2015 at the Fonda Theatre in Los Angeles, an intimate venue where the Stones kicked off their summer Zip Code Tour. There was music history made that night, as it was the first time they’ed performed the 1971 album Sticky Fingers in its entirety. Check out a clip of...
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OTD in 1978, The Rolling Stones Release 'Some Girls'

On this day (June 9) in 1978, The Rolling Stones released the album Some Girls, which included hits like “Miss You,” “Beast of Burden,” “Shattered,” and “Respectable.” The number of hits led it to go on to become a six-time Platinum record in the US.
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Exclusive Interview Sheds Light on Mick Jagger/Brad Paisley Collab

Whether it's MICK JAGGER 's country twang on "Faraway Eyes" from Some Girls or the bitter and disdainful "Dead Flowers" from Sticky Fingers , one can tell that the lead singer for The Rolling Stones has always had a soft spot for country music. BRAD PAISLEY of course, is one of the biggest names in...
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