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Paul McCartney 2014 Signed ESP Electric Guitar To Be Auctioned by TracksAuction.com on the 23rd November 2014

An ESP electric guitar that has been signed by Sir Paul McCartney in black marker pen with the added message ‘Cheers For Charity’ is to be auctioned by TracksAuction.com. The auction is to be held..
PRWeb 20 hours ago

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Tony Cavanaugh meets The Rolling Stones and Roy Orbison

Tony Cavanaugh remembers the time he met the world's biggest rock stars in a state of undress in a Melbourne motel.
The Age 1 day ago

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News video: The Rolling Stones Go Down Under

The Rolling Stones Go Down Under 00:49

The Rolling Stones hit the stage in Adelaide, Australia on Saturday (October 25) kicking off the Australian and New Zealand leg of their 14 ON FIRE tour. The Rolling Stones postponed concerts in..
Source: Reuters - 5 days ago

News video: Rolling Stones tease fans before heading back on tour

Rolling Stones tease fans before heading back on tour

Rolling Stones have released a video, teasing fans ahead of their return to their tour to Australia and New Zealand:
Source: UBC - on September 19, 2014

News video: Ancient Pig Fossil Named After Mick Jagger

Ancient Pig Fossil Named After Mick Jagger 01:13

The fossil of an ancient pig-like animal found in Africa has been named after Mick Jagger, the lead singer of The Rolling Stones. Jagger is famous not just for his singing and dancing on stage, but..
Source: GeoBeats - on September 12, 2014

News video: Culture Club off on tour as Rolling Stones wrap up theirs

Culture Club off on tour as Rolling Stones wrap up theirs 02:28

Iconic British band Culture Club have been back on stage at London’s legendary Heaven club, 32 years after their first gig there. Boy George and his band were one of the major players on the English..
Source: Euronews - 3 days ago

News video: The Rolling Stones go down under

The Rolling Stones go down under 00:49

ROUGH CUT (NO REPORTER NARRATION) STORY: The Rolling Stones hit the stage in Adelaide, Australia on Saturday (October 25) kicking off the Australian and New Zealand leg of their 14 ON FIRE tour. The..
Source: Reuters - 5 days ago

 
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One Direction lead Billboard Touring Awards nominations

One Direction, Justin Timberlake, Katy Perry and the Rolling Stones are among the headliners who will compete for major prizes at the 2014 Billboard Touring Awards.
Zee News 1 day agoAlso reported by •Indian Express
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Celebrities and Another Kind of Cultural Work

In August the Washington Post ran an article entitled, "Celebrities Get Nasty Over Gaza and Israel," which began, "Your average celebrity feud starts with a personal slight that escalates into a..
Huffington Post 2 days ago
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‘Sumo-size’ Rolling Stones art book to cost $5,000 — and up

There’s a $5,000 collectors’ edition; art editions at $10,000 each; and six separate ultra art editions, the first of which has sold out and was said to have cost either $15,000 or $20,000.
Seattle Times 2 days ago
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Rolling Stones stage invader says it was worth the pain

rolling stones stage invader says it was worth the painSTEALING limelight at the Rolling Stones concert at the Adelaide Oval was “worth it’’, says stage invader.
The Advertiser 2 days ago
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Jeremy Clarkson Is a Rolling Stones Fan: F*** Me, the Stones Are Good Still

jeremy clarkson is a rolling stones fan: f*** me, the stones are good stillAfter packing up their gear and taking a nice farewell from North Australia, where Top Gear has been spending the last weeks filming, Clarkson has made one last pit stop. The team’s “striker” and..
autoevolution 2 days ago

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Auckland summer events to inject millions

auckland summer events to inject millionsAuckland’s packed summer events calendar is expected to inject millions of dollars into the economy. Yesterday’s announcement the Foo Fighters will play in Auckland in February adds yet another..
WorldNews 2 days ago

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Bigger than the Stones?

Here are six reasons why the Foo Fighters tour matters more than anything that the Rolling Stones are producing.
The Age 2 days ago

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Social Matters Hong Kong Reveals the Secrets to Powerful Content for Brands

The digital space is changing. As brands, advertisers and creators, how do we change with it and push boundaries? HONG KONG, Oct. 30, 2014 /PRNewswire/ -- Over 25 of the biggest global social media..
PR Newswire Asia 2 days ago

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History of Rock, a guitar at a time

history of rock, a guitar at a timeIn 1968, legendary Rock photographer Baron Wolman captured Jimi Hendrix with his flying V guitar at a live concert in the Winterland Ballroom, San Francisco. The picture, however, was overlooked by the..
Mid-Day 3 days ago
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Perth fans finally get some Satisfaction

perth fans finally get some satisfactionTHEY say good things come to those who wait — and The Rolling Stones rewarded the sold out crowd at Perth Arena very handsomely last night.
Daily Telegraph 3 days agoAlso reported by •Perth NowThe Advertiser
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Would you pay $5,000 (or $10,000) for a Rolling Stones book?

Yes, it's true. A very big-ticket Rolling Stones book is being published just in time for the holidays. Taschen is publishing a $5,000 collectors edition and a selection of $10,000 art editions of..
L.A. Times 3 days ago

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Culture Club off on tour as Rolling Stones wrap up theirs

Iconic British band ==Culture Club have been back on stage at London's legendary Heaven club==, 32 years after their first gig there. Boy George…
euronews 3 days ago

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Big Bang Theory to Rolling Stones: Six reasons why Pope Francis is so cool

Known for his humble persona and a break from tradition, Pope Francis, since being elected head of Vatican, has emerged as a face that could well help reform the ageing Catholic church. The post Big..
Firstpost 3 days ago

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Stones pair dine at Mt Lawley eatery

stones pair dine at mt lawley eateryROLLING Stones drummer Charlie Watts took a tour of the WACA museum then he and rocker Ronnie Wood dined at 2 Fat Indians restaurant in Mount Lawley last night.
news.com.au 3 days ago

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