Sir Mick Jagger, Keith Richards, Charlie Watts and Ronnie Wood will play in Havana on March 25
The Rolling Stones and Cream records among six being given half-speed mastering to reveal a new depth to the recordings
Adele, Neil Young and Aerosmith's Steven Tyler are among the artists who have previously complained Donald Trump didn't ask permission to use their music
The Rolling Stones have embarked upon another tour and marked the event with a rare treat for fans: the first performance of their track "She's a Rainbow" in 18 years.
Protest meetings – and even a protest picnic - held at the site as petition with 5,000 signatures urges council to reconsider
The legendary duo met at a railway station in Kent on 17 October 1961 when they were mere slips of teenage lads
Now this is a place with real pedigree. I don't mean it used to be owned by Pierre Koffmann or helmed by Marco Pierre White or picked up a Michelin star under Raymond Blanc. Oh no. In Edwardian times it was a theatre-cum-dancehall-cum-bioscope (an early form of cinema, where punters could watch footage of King Edward VIII's funeral).
Decision to ban controversial chart topper follows on from Edinburgh University last week
The album narrowly beat Michael Bublé’s To Be Loved by just 125 copies
Those magical Centre Court tickets were rather easier for some to procure than for others. Being Scottish helped, naturally: there was Alex Salmond, Scotland’s First Minister. Multiple Olympic gold medalist Sir Chris Hoy had a seat, as did the star of ‘The 300’, actor Gerard Butler. The latter had somehow colour co-ordinated his grey jacket with a non-Scot on his right, Hollywood idol Bradley Cooper, which perhaps explains the pair’s smug, sunglassed selfie, captured for posterity on Twitter.
Rolling stones guitarist Keith Richards has spoken of the moment the band witnessed a man being killed in the crowd in front of them, and how they kept on playing to “distract people”.
A geographical battle for the capital’s musical soul begins tomorrow when Hyde Park is relaunched as a gentrified, “green” concert location in a £3 million bid to lure festival-goers from an Olympic Park site described as a “concrete dustbowl”.
For the past five days, Glastonbury has been home to some 135,000 ticket holders.
Before the best of Britain's runners and jumpers got into action in Birmingham yesterday, it was fair to say they were in danger of getting stuck in Jagger mode in post-home-Olympic season.
As the Rolling Stones headline on Saturday, their multi-generational fans tell Oscar Quine how the festival gets them just what they want
The Rolling Stones are still telling the BBC they can't always get what they want when it comes to television coverage of their set at Glastonbury.