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Come On! The Rolling Stones mark 50 years since debut single with rare live rendition

The Rolling Stones celebrated the release of their first single "Come On" by giving it a rare live performance to mark its 50th anniversary.

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Sir Mick Jagger 'over the moon' to hear debut single on the radio 50 years after its release

Sir Mick Jagger has recalled how he was "over the moon" to hear his first ever single on the radio - 50 years to the day after the track's release.

Paperback review: The Rolling Stones: Fifty Years, By Christopher Sandford

It seems as if The Rolling Stones have an infinite amount of rock ‘n’ roll memories to mine for all the biographies written about them.

Ronnie Wood, Mick Jagger and Keith Richards perform a selection of classic hits

Ronnie Wood to persuade Rolling Stones to headline Glastonbury

Rolling Stones star Ronnie Wood has revealed he is planning to persuade the rest of the band to headline Glastonbury this year.

Album review: Aaron Neville, My True Story (Blue Note)

The voice of Aaron Neville is one of the most beautiful sounds in the world, but he's always going to be more comfortable on ballads than on swingers.

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The best music of 2012: Rock, folk & Americana

For me, there was no single outstanding album this year – but that doesn't mean there weren't several very good ones.

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First Night: Crossfire Hurricane; London Film Festival

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What it says on the tin. Kicks off with "Mutt Romney Blues" and skulks though "The Wall Street Part of Town" via "Guantanamo" while considering "The 90 and the 9"…

Caught in the Net: Something to get your claws into

Last week, Grizzly Bear unveiled the second single from their new 10-track album, Shields, due on 18 September – coming a little more than three years after their much-loved third album, Veckatimest.

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'Keith Richards is my favourite guitarist. It's amazing he's still walking'

Chris Ethridge: Gram Parsons acolyte who co-wrote three of his best-known songs

Atransient but important member of The Byrds and a major influence on the Rolling Stones, the Eagles and Emmylou Harris, Gram Parsons has long been acknowledged as the father of country-rock, though he preferred to call the genre "cosmic American music".

Telling Stories, By Tim Burgess

There are several eye-watering anecdotes in this memoir by Tim Burgess of The Charlatans, though one in particular stands out. It involves a straw, a paper cone, a Rizla paper and two willing participants, and offers the seasoned cocaine user a novel method of ingesting their drug of choice. Suffice to say that this chapter is called "Cocainus".

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