Will The Rolling Stones Unleash A Super Bowl Surprise?

Even though it still hasn't been officially announced, everyone knows Maroon 5 is headlining the Super Bowl LIII halftime show. But now rumors are flying that the Rolling Stones might just be joining them in Atlanta. According to the website Hollywood Life, Maroon 5, known for the hit "Moves Like Jagger", have invited the Stones…


On This Day in 1964... Did You Know? Rolling Stones drummer Charlie Watts' Ode to a High Flying Bird, a children's book about the late jazz great Charlie Parker, was published in the U.K.


On This Day in 1968... Did You Know? Filming began on The Rolling Stones Rock and Roll Circus in a London T-V studio. John Lennon, Yoko Ono, Eric Clapton, The Who, Jethro Tull (with Black Sabbath's Tony Iommi on guitar), Mitch Mitchell, Marianne Faithfull and Taj Mahal were guests in the show, which was scrapped by The Stones for three decades

December 6: A Day In Rolling Stones History

Considering their 50+ year career, it’s not surprising that some major events in Rolling Stones history may fall on the same date, but today (December 6) marks the anniversary of three very important moments.

A Look Back At Rolling Stones' 'Let It Bleed'

With nine tracks clocking in just over 42 minutes, The Rolling Stones’ Let It Bleed was the sound of the band signing off from the 1960s in all of their dark, lusty glory and the first album released since the sudden passing of Brian Jones.


On This Day in 1991... Did You Know? The Rolling Stones signed a 45-million-dollar deal with Virgin Records, making them (at the time) rock's highest paid group.