NEW YORK (AP) — Keith Richards is so old-school that when he does his interviews — he'll do so from a landline.
The Rolling Stones icon isn’t a fan of technology. Years ago he admitted to...
NEW YORK (AP) — The Rolling Stones have unveiled a new song the band thinks is perfect for these coronavirus times.
The legendary band released the four-minute slow-burning bluesy and...
LOS ANGELES (AP) — Hal Willner, a music producer and longtime “Saturday Night Live” music supervisor, has died. He was 64.
Blake Zidell, a representative for Willner, said the producer died...
NEW YORK (AP) — Fashion Week has ended in New York, leaving a trail of sequins and feathers, worn-out stilettos and blisters and traffic jams. But sometimes, fashion feels good: there were some moments of genuine, happy emotion. Here are a few feel-good moments of the week:
BARRY IN THE HOUSE
No, Michael Kors didn't make that orange bedazzled "Copa" jacket that Barry Manilow wore to perform at the designer's show. We're not sure who did, but it was fabulous.
NEW YORK (AP) — Keith Richards is celebrating the 30th anniversary of his solo debut album by reissuing it.
Richards originally released "Talk Is Cheap" in 1988 and will reissue the album on March 29. It will include six bonus tracks and will be released digitally, on CD, on vinyl and as a box set.
The box set includes unseen photos, an 80-page hardback book and rare memorabilia, including lyric sheets, posters and a guitar pick.
BESSEMER, Ala. (AP) — The manager of an Alabama man who's been playing from his backyard juke joint for more than 60 years says she believes his guitars have been stolen.
Henry "Gip" Gipson's manager, Diane Guyton, tells AL.com two of Gipson's guitars were stolen from Gip's Place, a Bessemer juke joint among the few remaining.
NEW ORLEANS (AP) — Ivan Neville stores a remarkable snapshot, both festive and bleak, on his phone as a stark reminder of life before sobriety.
The photo shows the New Orleans keyboardist and singer huddled with Keith Richards, Ronnie Wood and Lenny Kravitz before a Rolling Stones concert at New Jersey's Giants Stadium in August 1994.
Boy George and Culture Club, "Life" (BMG)
MURFREESBORO, Tennessee (AP) — A recording engineer whose invention of a pedal that allowed guitarists to create a fuzzy, distorted sound most famously used by Keith Richards in the Rolling Stones' hit "(I Can't Get No) Satisfaction" has died.
Glenn Snoddy was 96. His daughter Dianne Mayo said Saturday that Snoddy died Monday of congestive heart failure at his Murfreesboro, Tennessee, home.
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NEW YORK (AP) — Keith Richards says he regrets saying Mick Jagger needed a vasectomy after recently having his eighth child.
In a story posted Wednesday morning, WSJ magazine reported that Richards said "it's time for the snip — you can't be a father at that age. Those poor kids!"
The 74-year-old Jagger welcomed his eighth child in December 2016.
The Rolling Stones have released an album of rarely heard radio recordings, but Keith Richards admits with a laugh: "I barely remember some of them."
"The Rolling Stones — On Air" was released last week. It features 32 songs that originally aired between 1963 and 1965 on BBC shows like "Saturday Club," ''Top Gear" and "The Joe Loss Pop Show."
NEW YORK (AP) — Liz Phair is fulfilling a longtime dream: to be an author.
The rock star known for "Exile in Guyville" and other albums has a two-book deal with Random House.
The publisher announced Thursday the first book is called "Horror Stories." It's billing the book as a "rich and kaleidoscopic memoir" about fame, parenthood, love and "everything in between." A release date has not been determined.
NEW YORK (AP) — When Jann Wenner was preparing to launch Rolling Stone in 1967, he had some ideas about how to make the magazine's interviews stand out.
"The Rolling Stone interview was modeled in part on the Playboy interview," Wenner told The Associated Press this week, discussing the impact of the publication started by Hugh Hefner, who died Wednesday at age 91.
NEW YORK (AP) — Anita Pallenberg, a model and actress who had children with Keith Richards and served as a muse for The Rolling Stones, has died. She was 75.
A spokesperson for Richards told The Associated Press that Pallenberg died Tuesday at St. Richard's Hospital in the city of Chichester, located in southeast England. The cause of death was not revealed, but the statement released Wednesday said Pallenberg "had been ill for some time" and that her family was by her side.
NEW YORK (AP) — Ed Victor, an A-list literary agent whose colorful personality was well-matched by such clients as Keith Richards, Eric Clapton and Andrew Lloyd Webber, has died.
Victor died Wednesday in London of a heart attack, according to Charlie Brotherstone, an agent at Ed Victor Ltd. Victor was 77 and had been battling leukemia.
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WESTON, Conn. (AP) — Rolling Stones fans are sure to get some satisfaction from an upcoming auction to benefit a pair of Connecticut charities that help autistic adults.
Nashville pays tribute to Merle Haggard
NEW YORK (AP) — Behind so many great rock bands and rock songs looms the music of Chuck Berry.
Like the time a teenage Keith Richards ran into a childhood friend, Mick Jagger, at a train station in England and discovered they were musical soul mates.
CLEVELAND (AP) — Chuck Berry's "Johnny B. Goode" and "Roll Over Beethoven" are echoing inside The Rock & Roll Hall of Fame in Cleveland as it pays tribute to the music legend.
Berry died Saturday at his home near St. Louis at age 90.
He was the first person inducted into the Rock & Roll Hall of Fame as part of its initial class in 1986.
Reaction to the death of rock 'n' roll legend Chuck Berry at age 90:
"Chuck Berry rolled over everyone who came before him - and turned up everyone who came after. We'll miss you, Chuck. Be good." — Barack Obama, via Twitter
"Anybody who's picked up a guitar has been influenced by him." — Rock & Roll Hall of Fame CEO Greg Harris.
Reaction to the death of rock 'n' roll legend Chuck Berry at age 90:
"I am so sad to hear of Chuck Berry's passing. I want to thank him for all the inspirational music he gave to us. He lit up our teenage years, and blew life into our dreams of being musicians and performers. His lyrics shone above others and threw a strange light on the American dream. Chuck, you were amazing, and your music is engraved inside us forever." — Mick Jagger of The Rolling Stones, in a series of posts via Twitter
LOS ANGELES (AP) — Los Angeles radio personality and host of the nationally syndicated show "Rockline" Bob Coburn has died. He was 68.
His radio home since 1980, Los Angeles station KLOS 95.5, announced Coburn's death on its website. The station said he died Saturday of lung cancer after being diagnosed earlier this year.