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The Rolling Stones Are Recording A New Album This Year It’s been awhile since the Rolling Stones recorded an album of new original material. Namely, since 2005’s A Bigger Bang. Last year, the band received a surprising amount of success after the release of Blue & Lonesome, an album of blues covers. In addition to there likely being a Vol. 2 of Blue & Lonesome, it appears that the Rolling Stones are getting ready to head back into the studio to record all new material. In the latest installment of his fan Q&A series “Ask Keith Read More →
Rolling Stones, Paul McCartney, Roger Waters, Bob Dylan, & More to Co-Headline New Music Festival Get ready for what might be the greatest music festival this country has ever seen. Goldenvoice, the powerhouse concert promoter behind Coachella and other festival giants, has officially announced Desert Trip, a new rock and roll music festival scheduled to take place this October in Indio, CA. The three-day festival will be headlined by some of the greatest artists in music history – The Rolling Stones, Paul McCartney, Roger Waters, The Who, Bob Dylan, and Neil Young. The lineup is Read More →
Rolling Stones Seating Chart Guide for 50 and Counting Live Concert Here’s the official Rolling Stones seating charts for all of the 50 & Counting Live Concerts in 2013. While you are here you should also sign up for our discount program. If you haven’t bought your Rolling Stones tickets yet, you can get $20 off. If you have already, no worries, it can be used on any future ticket purchase. Rolling Stones Staples Center Seating Chart For more information see our official Staples Center Seating Chart guide (includes information on seat numbers, Read More →
Rolling Stones The Stones Confirm North American Arena Tour After weeks of speculation, the Rolling Stones finally announced an 12-concert arena tour of North America this spring on their website. Rumors have been flying for months since the rock ‘n’ roll legends released a number of new songs and then played five 50th anniversary concerts at the end of last year in London, New York and New Jersey. Hints of a headlining stint at Coachella were squashed by Mick Jagger in January, Read More →
The Rolling Stones @ The Prudential Center in Newark, NJ Congratulations are in order for The Prudential Center in Newark, NJ on landing the Rolling Stones for two dates this December.  This immaculate arena will play host to 19,000 fans each night on December 13th and 15th.  Tickets will cost between $100 and $800 on the primary market with presales starting at noon this Saturday.  Too expensive?  Got shut out of the onsales? Cant afford the seats on TickPick?  Fret not.  The December 15th show will be streamed live on Pay Read More →
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