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The Rolling Stones perform with Bruce Springsteen and more at final 2012 ’50 and Counting’ New Jersey concert (video)

by on Dec.16, 2012, under ROCK NEWS, ROCK TOUR DATES, VIDEO

The Rolling Stones perform with Bruce Springsteen and more at final 2012 ’50 and Counting’ New Jersey concert (video)

The Rolling Stones completed their '50 and Counting' mini-tour last night at Newark, New Jersey's Prudential Center, and the band just continued to gel live more and more with each subsequent performance. Last night (Dec. 15) the band was joined onstage by special guests Bruce Springsteen, former Stones guitarist Mick Taylor, the Black Keys, Lady Gaga, John Mayer and Gary Clark Jr. There's not a whole lot of video posted from the show (or many of the collaborations were posted but have since been removed), but Springsteen, Lady Gaga and a few more performances can be viewed below.

The Pay-Per-View 'One More Shot' labeled show, had Springsteen rocking with Jagger and the band on 'Tumbling Dice,' Lady Gaga adding a fantastic vocal to 'Gimme Shelter,' and the Black Keys joined the Stones for a cover of B.B. King's 'Who Do You Love?' John Mayer and Gary Clark Jr. both appeared on a cover of Don Nix’s 'Going Down,' and Mick Taylor joined his former bandmates for 'Midnight Rambler,' as he had done at previous shows. The Choir of Trinity Wall Street also helped out on 'You Can't Always Get What You Want.'

Jagger also touched on a subject weighing heavily on many people’s minds this weekend when he dedicated the evening’s performance of ‘Wild Horses’ to the victims and families of Friday’s Newton, Connecticut school massacre.

With the Coachella 2013 appearance rumors after an initial posting was removed earlier this week by the band on their app, and mention of at least one more festival appearance in the U.K., this doesn't look to be the last shows of the 50th anniversary tour. At the close of the show, Jagger mentioned "This is our last show...of the 50th Anniversary tour." Then Jagger added, "we hope to see you again soon."





Setlist:
Get Off of My Cloud
The Last Time
It’s Only Rock ‘n’ Roll (But I Like It)
Paint It Black
Gimme Shelter (w/Lady Gaga)
Wild Horses
Going Down (Don Nix cover) (w/John Mayer and Gary Clark Jr.)
Dead Flowers
Who Do You Love? (Bo Diddley cover) (w/The Black Keys)
Doom and Gloom
One More Shot
Miss You
Honky Tonk Women
Before They Make Me Run (Keith Richards)
Happy (Keith Richards)
Midnight Rambler (w/Mick Taylor)
Start Me Up
Tumbling Dice (w/Bruce Springsteen)
Brown Sugar
Sympathy for the Devil
Encore:
You Can’t Always Get What You Want (with The Choir of Trinity Wall Street)
Jumpin’ Jack Flash
(I Can’t Get No) Satisfaction

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Rock on the Talks: Dec. 10 – Dec. 14

by on Dec.10, 2012, under ROCK NEWS, TV ROCK NEWS

Rock on the Talks: Dec. 10 – Dec. 14

Dec. 10 - Elvis Costello - The Colbert Report
Dec. 10 - Jack White - Conan
Dec. 10 - Chuck Leavell - Late Night With Jimmy Fallon
Dec. 10 - the Hives - Last Call With Carson Daly
Dec. 11 - Lifehouse - Live with Kelly & Michael
Dec. 11 - Graham Parker & the Rumour - Conan
Dec. 11 - Top Ten List presented by Mick Jagger & Keith Richards, Awolnation - Late Show With David Letterman
Dec. 12 - Michael Stipe - The Colbert Report
Dec. 13 - Rickie Lee Jones & Ben Harper - The View
Dec. 13 - Sean Lennon, Jeff Tweedy - The Colbert Report
Dec. 13 - Ryan Adams - Conan
Dec. 13 - Jakob Dylan - Tavis Smiley

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Rolling Stones rock New York ’50 Years and Counting’ (video)

by on Dec.09, 2012, under ROCK NEWS, ROCK TOUR DATES, VIDEO

Rolling Stones rock New York ’50 Years and Counting’ (video)

The Rolling Stones brought their '50 Years and Counting' mini-tour to the Barclays Center in Brooklyn for 2½ hours Saturday night (Dec. 8), It was their first U.S. show of three and featured guests Mary J. Blige (who also joined them for one of the London shows) on 'Gimmie Shelter' and Gary Clark Jr. on 'I'm Going Down,' and all the Stones favorites you would expect. Watch the highlights from the 23 song set below.

"People say, why do you keep doing this?" said Mick Jagger to the audience before kicking into "Brown Sugar." ''Why do you keep touring, coming back? The answer is, you're the reason we're doing this. Thank you for buying our records and coming to our shows for the last 50 years."

The Stones will play two more U.S. shows in Newark, N.J., on Dec. 13 and 15. They also will be a part of the huge 12-12-12 Hurricane Sandy benefit concert at Madison Square Garden, joining Paul McCartney, the Who, Eric Clapton, Bruce Springsteen & The E Street Band, Eddie Vedder, Billy Joel, Roger Waters, Dave Grohl, Bon Jovi and more.

December 8, 2012, Barclays Center Brooklyn, NY setlist:
Get Off Of My Cloud
I Wanna Be Your Man
The Last Time
Paint It Black
Gimme Shelter (with Mary J Blige)
Wild Horses
Going Down (with Gary Clark Jr.)
All Down The Line
Miss You
One More Shot
Doom And Gloom
It’s Only Rock ‘N’ Roll (But I Like It)
Honky Tonk Women
INTRODUCTIONS
Before They Make Me Run
Happy
Midnight Rambler
Start Me Up
Tumbling Dice
Brown Sugar
Sympathy For The Devil
ENCORE
You Can’t Always Get What You Want
Jumpin’ Jack Flash
(I Can’t Get No) Satisfaction











 

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The Rolling Stones deliver in first concert on ’50 Years and Counting’ mini-tour (video)

by on Nov.28, 2012, under ROCK NEWS, VIDEO

The Rolling Stones deliver in first concert on ’50 Years and Counting’ mini-tour (video)

The Rolling Stones will be back onstage tonight in London for the second of two shows at the O2 Arena, with special guests Eric Clapton and Florence Welch of Florence and the Machine. They will also be joined one again by former Stones Bill Wyman and Mick Taylor, who performed with them on Sunday night. At the kickoff of the '50 Years and Counting' mini-tour, the legends of rock delivered a 23-song set. Check out some of the best video of the show below.

Mick Jagger, Keith Richards, Ronnie Wood and Charlie Watts played on a stage shaped like their lips and tongue logo at the first of their five '50 And Counting' shows, with the lower lip made into a catwalk loop. The band were joined by former bassist Bill Wyman making his first appearance with the band since 1990 on 'It's Only Rock N' Roll (But I Like It) and 'Honkey Tonk Women,' and ex guitarist Mick Taylor on 'Midnight Rambler,' joining them for the first time since 1981.

Video testimonials from the likes of Pete Townshend, Elton John, Iggy Pop and Nick Cave kicked things off, with the set starting with 'I Wanna Be Your Man.' Mary J Blige made a guest appearance on 'Gimme Shelter,' then Jeff Beck hit the stage for a cover of St Louis Jimmy Oden’s track 'I’m Going Down.'The set also featured both new tracks 'One More Shot' and 'Doom And Gloom.'

The Stones encore consisted of 'Sympathy For The Devil,' 'You Can’t Always Get What You Want' and 'Jumpin’ Jack Flash,' with the London Youth Choir assisting on 'You Can't Always...'.

After the Stones play the O2 Arena tonight, they will make their way to the U.S. for gigs at Brooklyn's Barclays Center on December 8th and at Newark's Prudential Center on December 13th and 15th.

Setlist from Nov. 25th:

I Wanna Be Your Man
Get Off of My Cloud
It’s All Over Now
Paint It Black
Gimme Shelter
Wild Horses
All Down the Line
I’m Going Down
Out of Control
One More Shot
Doom and Gloom
It’s Only Rock ‘n’ Roll (But I Like It)
Honky Tonk Women
Before They Make Me Run
Happy
Midnight Rambler
Miss You
Start Me Up
Tumbling Dice
Brown Sugar

Encore:
Sympathy for the Devil
You Can’t Always Get What You Want
Jumpin’ Jack Flash












 

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Beatles News: ‘Beatles Stories’ documentary out next month, Paul McCartney receives Legion of Honour award, jams with John Paul Jones

by on Sep.12, 2012, under CD/DVD RELEASES, LINKS, ROCK NEWS, VIDEO

Beatles News: ‘Beatles Stories’ documentary out next month, Paul McCartney receives Legion of Honour award, jams with John Paul Jones

Cinema Libre Studio is releasing a new documentary digitally and on DVD this October 2nd featuring heartfelt memories told by the group's fans. Rollingstone.com posted a new preview clip from 'Beatles Stories' with Graham Nash looking back on the first televised broadcast of "All You Need Is Love" in 1967. It all happened spontaneously as on the morning of the taping, Paul McCartney invited Nash down to the EMI recording studio, and he joined other rock legends Mick Jagger, Eric Clapton, Keith Richards and Keith Moon at the session.

"Any excuse to have a party in the Sixties was taken at the drop of a hat. 'You want to party? Let's go!'" recalls Nash. "I just have a great, warm feeling about that day. We were safe, we were in a recording studio."

'Beatles Stories' will also screen on Oct. 2nd at Los Angeles' Egyptian Theatre. For tickets, showings and more information, visit the Egyptian Theatre's website and the Beatles Stories' website here

Paul McCartney joined Damon Albarn of Blur's Africa Express tour this past Saturday (Sept. 8th), which features musicians traveling by train and performing in different locations to raise awareness of African music and culture. The train rolled into London’s Granary Square and not only did McCartney participate, Led Zeppelin bassist John Paul Jones appeared multiple times throughout the lengthly five-hour set. Check out this footage of the two onstage together:

Paul McCartney was also in Paris earlier on Saturday (Sept. 8) to be awarded a prestigious Legion of Honour, the highest decoration in France.

He was promoted to the rank of Officer of the National Order of the Legion of Honour (the Légion d’honneur) by President Francois Hollande in a private ceremony this morning at the Élysée Palace. President Hollande personally decorated Paul with the insignia of the Legion of Honour himself in front of an audience of Paul’s family and friends.

During the presentation the President praised Paul for his contribution to the arts, not just in France but all over the world. The award is a huge honour for Paul as the order is usually only conferred to French nationals, chiefly those who have served France in military or civil life. The award was established by Napoleon Bonaparte in 1802. Foreign nationals may only receive a distinction of the Legion of Honour in extraordinary circumstances and British recipients of the order in the past have included Queen Elizabeth II, Laurence Olivier, author Graham Greene and war veteran Henry Allingham.

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