The Rolling Stones played the first festival date of their 2015 Zip Code tour at Milwaukee's Summerfest last night, and managed to work in a performance of "Champagne and Reefer" with their old friend — and show opener — Buddy Guy.
Pinned in by disco on one side and punk on the other, stuck in a creative rut that led some critics to proclaim they were yesterday's news and facing the loss of guitarist Keith Richards to an extended prison sentence, the Rolling Stones entered 1978 in need of a rebound. And they got it with S…
With the Rolling Stones bringing the Sticky Fingers classic "Moonlight Mile" back into their setlist for this year's tour, the Wall Street Journal reached out to singer Mick Jagger for his thoughts on the writing and recording of the song.
Among the previously unreleased tracks lined up for the Rolling Stones' newly expanded Sticky Fingers reissue, an alternate version of "Brown Sugar" featuring Eric Clapton is one of the most intriguing.