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.
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.
The latest title from the Rolling Stones’ vault comes out this Friday (November 16) with the release of Voodoo Lounge Uncut, and fans can check out a preview with the performance of “It’s Only Rock ‘n Roll.”
When it comes to first times on The Ed Sullivan Show, The Beatles obviously receive the most attention historically, but October 25, 1964 would see The Rolling Stones' first appearance on the iconic variety show, and their career in the United States would never be the same.
Lindsey Buckingham celebrates his birthday today (October 3), and while his entire body of work should be celebrated, we’ve decided to single out one song he wrote in particular that in the years since its release remains one of the best breakup songs ever.