The Rolling Stones are about to embark on their first European tour since Charlie Watts passed away in 2021.
The Rolling Stones get real about aging and why rock music "isn’t supposed to be done when you’re in your 70s."
The hard-living rocker opens up about giving up cigarettes and the possibility of selling the Rolling Stones song catalog.
Charlie Watts passed away earlier this year after more than 50 years as the Rolling Stones drummer.
It's hard to fathom now, but there was a time when the Rolling Stones sparked outright anger, with the band being accused of racism and sexism.
'We miss him as a band, we miss him as friends on and off the stage,' said Sir Mick Jagger.
The Rolling Stones are threatening President Donald Trump with legal action for using their songs at his rallies despite cease-and-desist directives. The Stones said in a statement Sunday that their legal team is working with music rights organization BMI to stop use of their material in Trump's reelection campaign. The Trump campaign team didn't immediately respond to an email seeking comment.
The stars warned there would soon be nothing left to save under the current leadership.
Mick Jagger might be on the mend, recovering after undergoing heart surgery in April, but he's already back to throwing punches.
The band - who have a combined age of 300 - have kicked off their North American tour in Chicago, following Jagger's heart surgery.
The 75-year-old rocker underwent a heart valve replacement operation in April to treat a medical condition which forced the band to delay their latest tour.
Rolling Stones guitarist Ronnie Wood will not appear on the next series of 'Who Do You Think You Are?' due to his complex family tree.
Harry Styles has been swamped with movie offers since it emerged that he is a rather fine actor, but he has reportedly decided to put his Hollywood career behind him while he focuses on his solo music career. A source told the Sunday Mirror: “Harry has opted to pursue his music career ahead of movies. Harry admitted that he was nervous about debuting his solo music sound to the world, with his new single being compared to the likes of icons David Bowie and Freddie Mercury.
Sir Mick Jagger reportedly enjoys being strung up in a hammock as he carries out a series of stretches six feet in the air because it “feel amazing”. The 73-year-old Rolling Stones rocker has taken up the fun form of yoga because as well as helping to increase inner strength and core stability, it claims to build levels of the “happy hormones” serotonin and dopamine. Virgin Active anti-gravity yoga teacher-trainer Nuno Campos told the Daily Mail newspaper: “There are numerous benefits from practicing antigravity aerial yoga, most notably that it increases both muscular flexibility and joint mobility, and is particularly helpful in strengthening the core.