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How Music Changed - 2009 Shows

This will absolutely be the last time… After 47 shows, we are wrapping up our coverage of the history of the Rolling Stones by featuring tracks from ...read more


Eight years had passed since “Bridges to Babylon” when the Rolling Stones finally released “A Bigger Bang” in 2005 (What is with the letter ‘B’ ...read more


By the late nineties, the Stones changed significantly as a band. It may not have been consciously deliberate, but the band shifted its focus from making ...read more


It didn’t quite work out that way, but all expectations were that this would (finally) be the last studio album recorded by the Rolling Stones. Band ...read more


In 1995, The Rolling Stones decided to take a unique twist on the ‘Unplugged’ phenomenon. Rather than tape a live concert with acoustic guitars before an ...read more


Against all odds and expectations, the Rolling Stones continued to roll on through the nineties. Although “Steel Wheels” was seen as a comeback album for ...read more


When “Steel Wheels” was released in 1989, it was seen as a comeback of sorts for the Rolling Stones. Their previous output was both sporadic and ...read more


When the album “Dirty Work” was released in 1986, the situation between the Rolling Stones was worse than ever. In reality, they were hardly a band at all. ...read more


By the mid-eighties, it started to feel as though the wheels were falling off of the wagon for the Rolling Stones. It’s funny that a band could have ...read more


Twenty years into their career, the Rolling Stones still sounded vital. “Tattoo You” was an excellent album, comparable to some of their best work, so it ...read more


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