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Travis Bean, a life-long Burbank resident who revolutionized guitar manufacturing with his aluminum-necked instruments, died on July 10 after a nearly two-decade battle with cancer. He was 63. Bean broke into the electric guitar manufacturing business...
Soundboard Music Blog - Orlando SentinelRon Campbell, director of the iconic Saturday morning Beatles Cartoon series that aired on ABC from September 25, 1965 through April 20, 1969 and animator on the Fab Four's Yellow Submarine film, will be a featured attraction at the “1059 SUNNY FM...
Times Staff WriterFor years now, there have been three givens to a Rolling Stones interview: Keith Richards will tell you what's really happening, Mick Jagger will keep his guard up, and there's no reason to talk about the new music because it's probably not very...
Sun ReporterHigh-energy Stones show is worth the wait Thirty-six years may have passed since the Rolling Stones last played Baltimore, but on Wednesday night Mick, Keith and the boys made the passage of time seem irrelevant with a relentless, classics-heavy set of...
THE Rolling Stones surrendered their "world's greatest rock 'n' roll band" title long ago to U2, but on their current tour the ageless musicians are in position for the first time in years to prove they are still a relevant unit. So what happens before a...
ReutersLOS ANGELESThe Rolling Stones plan to drop in from the sky Tuesday to announce their first tour in three years. The veteran British rockers will commandeer a blimp and cruise into Van Cortlandt Park, New York City's third-largest park, late Tuesday...
They may be entering their fifth decade, but the Rolling Stones still have a few surprises left. Here are a few from Tuesday's concert at the United Center, the opener of a three-night Chicago stand (details to follow): Mick Jagger still gives a toot...
Tribune rock criticThe Rolling Stones, the most financially successful touring act in rock history, boosted the spirits of the sagging concert industry Tuesday by announcing a 32-date tour, including three Chicago shows. The tour, which begins Sept. 5 in Boston, will play...
Times Staff WriterThere was a moment at the start of the Rolling Stones' "Bridges to Babylon" concert on Sunday at Dodger Stadium so startling that you could almost hear a collective gasp from the mostly over-45 crowd. Even if you had seen photos of the band recently or...
Times Staff WriterOK, let's get all the Rolling Stones jokes out of the way. Let's call them the Geriatric Stones . . . the grandfathers of rock . . . and what have you. * Ha ha. The group--whose core members Mick Jagger, Keith Richards, Charlie Watts and Ron Wood are...
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