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The Rolling Stones Don’t Know What Songs They’ll Play in Concert

Tomorrow (Nov. 25) will see the proper return to the stage of the Rolling Stones, with the first of two gigs at London's 02 Arena. However, even though the eyes of the rock world will be upon them and they've had two warm-up gigs in Paris, they are still not sure of what they will play.

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Rolling Stones Release NSFW ‘Doom and Gloom’ Video

With their new song, 'Doom and Gloom' getting plenty of airplay on rock radio, it was only a matter of time before the Rolling Stones released a video for the song. That day has come, and as you can see we have the video embedded above.

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Rolling Stones Release ’82 Show + iPhone App

The Rolling Stones have released the latest in their Stones Archive series of classic concerts. Last month saw the group put out a 2005 club date from Toronto, and the newest show available for download is their July 25, 1982 performance at Roundhay Park in Leeds.

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Mick Jagger Remembers ‘A Simpler America’ in Wake of CIA Scandal

The Rolling Stones are back in America to promote their new film 'Crossfire Hurricane,' and while speaking to reporters at the premiere, singer Mick Jagger used the platform to make a joke about the demise of former CIA director David Petraeus.

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Rolling Stones Add New Show, Defend Ticket Prices

We have good news and bad news for Rolling Stones fans. First, the good news: The band has added another show to its run of 50th anniversary dates. Now, the bad news: You'd better have some extra padding in your bank account if you want to buy tickets.

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The Rolling Stones, ‘Charlie Is My Darling – Ireland 1965′ – DVD Review

In 1965, the Rolling Stones’ manager, Andrew Loog Oldham, asked filmmaker Peter Whitehead to accompany the group on a two-day trip tour of Ireland following the massive success of ‘(I Can’t Get No) Satisfaction.’

Whitehead shot the band onstage, backstage and outside of the shows. The result, ‘Charlie Is My Darling,’ is one of rock’s most legendary lost movies, with a complicated history -- essentially, it never was released, and the small amount of footage that has surfaced over the years didn’t tell the whole story.

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Rolling Stones ‘Charlie is My Darling’ Filmmakers Discuss Documentary’s Long Road to Release

Forty-seven years after it was filmed, the Rolling Stones' 1965 tour documentary 'Charlie is My Darling' is finally getting a full scale release courtesy of Abkco Films and filmmakers Mick Gochanour and Robin Klein. You can get an exclusive sneak peek at the film for the next 24 hours at charlieismydarling.com/sneakpeek.

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Rolling Stones’ Ron Wood Engaged to Sally Humphreys

Sorry ladies, Ron Wood is off the market! The 65-year-old father of four popped the question to girlfriend Sally Humphreys, who he's been dating for six months. The 34-year-old Humphreys is Wood's third wife, coming just four years after his separation from Jo Wood.

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Rolling Stones Play Secret Gig in Paris

Six hundred French fans of the Rolling Stones were treated to a secret one-hour show Thursday night at a Paris club.

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48 Years Ago – The Rolling Stones Banned from the Ed Sullivan Show

Forty eight years ago, the Rolling Stones made their first appearance on 'The Ed Sullivan Show.' The date was October 25, 1964 and Sullivan was on a roll. Earlier in the year he brought the Beatles into our living rooms, followed by the Dave Clark Five. Soon enough, every invading British rock band was making their way to the CBS studios for their moment in the spotlight.

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