Mick Jagger y Keith Richards de los Rolling Stones entrevistados hoy por la tarde

Mick and Keith interviewed by Colin Patterson on Richard Bacon’s show on BBC Radio 5 this afternoon.

From the 43:30 mark onwards


Longer versions available here :

Mick – http://www.bbc.co.uk/programmes/p0176h6j

Keith – http://www.bbc.co.uk/programmes/p0176nlq


The Rolling Stones announce US & Canada tour and return to Hyde Park, London!

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“50 AND COUNTING” continues the exhilarating celebration of the band’s first 50 years-five decades of Mick Jagger, Keith Richards, Charlie Watts and Ronnie Wood bringing their iconic music and ground-breaking stage shows to audiences around the globe.*
Date      City, ST      Venue      Purchase
May 5th      OAKLAND      Oracle Arena      4/5 at 10am
May 8th      SAN JOSE      HP Pavilion at San Jose      4/5 at 10am
May 25th      TORONTO      Air Canada Centre      4/5 at 10am
May 28th      CHICAGO      United Center      4/5 at 10am
May 11th      LAS VEGAS, NV      MGM Grand Arena      TBA
May 15th      ANAHEIM      Honda Center      TBA
TBA      LOS ANGELES      STAPLES Center      TBA
Jun 12th      BOSTON      TD Garden      TBA
Jun 18th      PHILADELPHIA      Wells Fargo Center      TBA

Misterio revelado, los Rolling Stones anunciaron las ciudades que tocarán este 2013. Regresarán a Hyde Park luego de 44 años y seguro que ni mencionarán a Brian Jones esta vez, que más da ya que en el 69 fue todo un show con mariposas muertas incluídas … superarán las 500,000 personas de 1969 ahora que costará poder verlos  ?


Foto : Brian Rasic 

De Sudamérica nada, pero este es el comienzo del tour …… Tranquilos

brian jones  stones cucho peñaloza zicoydelia

Brian Jones fundador de los Stones, los observa desde las estrellas 

Rolling Stones Planning 18 North American Tour Dates

Mick Jagger and Keith Richards of The Rolling Stones in London, England.

The Rolling Stones’ ’50 and Counting’ shows in London and New York last year were some of their tightest shows in years. “There have been quite a few offers,” Mick Jagger said afterward, weighing a full tour. Added Keith Richards, “Really, all you’re going to have to do is wait for an announcement.”

The wait will be over soon. A concert business source confirms to Rolling Stone the band is planning 18 concerts in North America this year. Billboard also reported yesterday the band will play “fewer than 20” dates in North America, with Australian promoter Paul Dainty and Virgin music promoting the tour (the team also promoted the ’50 and Counting’ run). “May 2nd is the launch day,” says another source. “I’ve heard West Coast cities – L.A. And Seattle. But I think they’re going to do some back East as well.”

It would be the band’s first tour since 2005-2007’s A Bigger Bang, and, if the ’50 and Counting’ shows were any indication, the band is even more adventurous these days. Last year they performed with former members Mick Taylor and Bill Wyman, invited guests like Eric Clapton and Jeff Beck and played rarities like “Around and Around” and “I Wanna Be Your Man.”

It’s looking likely U.K. fans won’t miss out on the Stones this summer. When MTV News UK asked Kasabian’s Serge Pizzorno if his set at the Hard Rock Calling festival on June 29th will be the most talked-about performance of the weekend, he replied, “Yes, that would be a miracle because The Rolling Stones are playing Glastonbury. I can imagine there will be a lot of people there waiting for them.”

The Rolling Stones, Tame Impala, Haim and MIA lead NME Awards nominations

The Rolling Stones, Tame Impala, Haim and MIA lead NME Awards nominations – vote now!


The Rolling Stones, Tame Impala, Haim and MIA lead NME Awards nominations – vote now!

Photo: Phil Wallis/NME

NME Awards 2013 – vote now!

NME is massively excited to reveal the nominations for the NME Awards 2013.

The Awards, which will take place on Wednesday, February 27 in its new home at London’s Troxy will honour new bands, cult heroes and rock legends across 22 different categories voted for by music fans.

The Rolling Stones lead this years’ nods with nominations in four categories (‘Best Live Band,’ ‘Best Book’, ‘Music Moment of The Year’, ‘Best Music Film’) while two never before nominated acts Tame Impala and Haim have also bagged four nominations.

MIA is also up for four awards – (‘Best Track’, ‘Best Music Video’, ‘Best Dancefloor Anthem’, ‘Best Twitter’) despite only releasing one single since the last NME Awards.

Speaking to NME in this week’s magazine, which will be available on newsstands from Wednesday (January 23) or available digitally, Mick Jagger says: “It’s very nice to be nominated. When I first heard it was four things, I thought, ‘Ooh, blimey! That’s very nice!'” And it’s not a journalists-only thing, it’s not a coterie of closely-knit people choosing. It’s funny, because when we were rehearsing at Wembley Arena last year, it was where we used to do the NME Pollwinners. We remembered, it was the first time we ever played ‘Jumping Jack Flash’, at one of those Pollwinners concerts!”

Also up for awards are Arctic Monkeys, David Bowie, The Maccabees, Biffy Clyro, Kasabian, Blur, Foals, Jake Bugg, Alt J.

Harry Styles and David Cameron will fight it out for the undesirable ‘Villain Of The Year’ award alongside Psy, Skrillex, Fred Macpherson and Azealia Banks while David Bowie, Bradley Wiggins, Pussy Riot, Barack Obama, Frank Ocean and Dave Grohl are all up for ‘Hero Of The Year’.

NME editor Mike Williams (pictured) says: “The NME Awards is the highlight of the music calendar and the most Rock’n’roll party of the year, so it’s incredibly exciting to see such a wide range of artists nominated this time around. Rightly so, all the early plaudits will go to Haim, Tame Impala, MIA and the legendary Rolling Stones who lead the way with four nominations each, but it’s testament to the exquisite taste of the NME audience that artists as wide ranged as Frank Ocean, Jake Bugg, Pussy Riot and David Bowie are recognised too. To say it¹s shaping up to be a classic is a huge understatement!”

NME Awards 2013 nominations in full:

Best British Band supported by SONOS
Arctic Monkeys
The Vaccines
Biffy Clyro
The Maccabees
The Cribs

Best Album
Frank Ocean, ‘Channel Orange’
Jake Bugg, ‘Jake Bugg’
The Maccabees, ‘Given To The Wild’
Alt-J, ‘An Awesome Wave’
The Vaccines, ‘Come Of Age’
Tame Impala, ‘Lonerism’

Best International Band supported by Rekorderlig Cider
The Killers
Tame Impala
The Black Keys
Odd Future
Crystal Castles
Foo Fighters

Best Track supported by Blackstar Amps
Arctic Monkeys, ‘R U Mine?’
Haim, ‘Don’t Save Me’
MIA, ‘Bad Girls’
Foals, ‘Inhaler’
Palma Violets, ‘Best Of Friends’
Tame Impala, ‘Elephant’

Best TV Show
Breaking Bad
Noel Fielding’s Luxury Comedy
Fresh Meat
The Thick Of It
Doctor Who

Best Music Film
Searching For Sugar Man
LCD Soundsystem: ‘Shut Up And Play The Hits’
Hit So Hard : The Life & Near Death Story of Patty Schemel
The Rolling Stones: ‘Crossfire Hurricane’
Led Zeppelin: ‘Celebration Day’

Best Re-Issue
Manic Street Preachers, ‘Generation Terrorists’
Blur, ’21’
Prodigy, ‘The Fat Of The Land’
Interpol, ‘Turn On The Bright Lights’
Smashing Pumpkins, ‘Mellon Collie And The Infinite Sadness’
Ian Brown, ‘Collected’

Best Solo Artist
Jake Bugg
Noel Gallagher
Florence Welch
Miles Kane
Paul Weller

Best New Band supported by Spotify
Palma Violets
Django Django
Alabama Shakes

Best Music Video
Grimes, ‘Oblivion’
MIA, ‘Bad Girls’
David Bowie, ‘Where Are We Now?’
Arctic Monkeys, ‘R U Mine?’
Haim, ‘Don’t Save Me’
Tame Impala, ‘Feels Like We Only Go Backwards’

Best Festival supported by Farah Vintage
Reading & Leeds Festivals
T In The Park
Isle Of Wight

Best Live Band
The Maccabees
The Cribs
Biffy Clyro
The Rolling Stones

Best Dancefloor Anthem
Mosca feating Katy B, ‘What You Came For’
Calvin Harris featuring Florence Welch, ‘Sweet Nothing’
Psy, ‘Gangnam Style’
MIA, ‘Bad Girls’
Kanye West/Jay-Z, ‘In Paris’
Solange, ‘Losing You’

Best Twitter
Muse (@muse)
Fred Macpherson, Spector (@fredmacpherson)
Theo Hutchcraft, Hurts (@theohurts)
Alana Haim, Haim (@babyhaim)
Wiley (@EskiDance)
MIA (@MIAuniverse)

Best Book
David Byrne, How Music Works
Neil Young, Waging Heavy Peace
Mike Skinner, The Story Of The Streets
Tim Burgess, Telling Stories
The Rolling Stones, 50
Peter Hook, Unknown Pleasures : Inside Joy Division

Music Moment Of The Year
David Bowie returns
The Stone Roses play Heaton Park
Olympics opening ceremony
The Rolling Stones play London’s O2 Arena
Green Day’s secret set at Reading Festival
Pussy Riot’s punk prayer

Hero Of The Year
David Bowie
Bradley Wiggins
Pussy Riot
Barack Obama
Frank Ocean
Dave Grohl

Villain Of The Year
David Cameron
Harry Styles
Fred Macpherson
Azealia Banks

Best Small Festival
The Great Escape
Field Day
Festival No.6
End Of The Road

Worst Band
One Direction
Mumford & Sons
Justin Bieber
Ed Sheeran

Best Fan Community
30 Seconds To Mars
Manic Street Preachers
The Killers
Enter Shikari

Best Film
The Hobbit: An Unexpected Journey
iLL Manors
The Dark Knight Rises
The Perks Of Being A Wallflower

Rolling Stones : Video around and around, Prudential. Newark, NJ Dec 13.

Rolling Stones AROUND AND AROUND Prudential Center, Newark, NJ Dec 13 2012

Epic a pedido de público , este cover de Chuck Berry 

Brian Jones en imágenes del show de los Rolling Stones

Los Stones siempre han tapado a Brian Jones a diferencia de los Pink Floyd con Syd Barret.

Estas imágenes por los 50 años son  raras





bonus  Mick Taylor tocando M Ramblere n U..S.A.  #WIN