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Lady Gaga Like a Rolling Stone Backstage at Concert (9 photos!)

Lady Gaga was all over Mick Jagger and the boys for The Rolling Stones 50th Anniversary concert in New York and photographer Terry Anderson was all over her, literally and figuratively. He came up with some iconic backstage shots that captured the essence of the event. Gaga was joined by Bruce Springsteen, singer/songwriter John Mayer, The Black Keys and guitar virtuoso Gary Clark Jr., all of whom jam with the Stones....

Lady Gaga Jams With Mick, Rolling Stones in New York (watch!)

Lady Gaga did her best Mick Jagger impression with Mick rocking right along with her as the Rolling Stones banged out “Gimme Shelter” at a concert in New York to mark the band’s 50th Anniversary. Gaga did not disappoint. Gaga and Bruce Springsteen were among the artists who performed with the band’s Keith Richards, Ronnie Wood and Charlie Watts. The Black Keys and John Mayer also jammed with the Stones at the Saturday night concert,...

Noomi Rapace Stars in Riotous New Rolling Stones Video (watch!)

Noomi Rapace, who recently starred in the Sci-Fi thriller “Prometheus,” is the center of attention in a new video for the Rolling Stones’ first studio single in seven years. It’s a riotous four minutes of mayhem for the song “Doom and Gloom.” Rapace, who also starred in the Swedish version of “Girl With the Dragon Tattoo,” plays out several roles in step with the tune’s lyrics. The Stones are one of the few bands to address today’s headlines in a song. “Doom and Gloom” touches on everything from war and financial collapse to environmental concerns, such as the controversial practice of “fracking”...

Rolling Stones Rip New Song ‘Doom and Gloom’ From News (listen)

The Rolling Stones have been watching the news a little too much lately. They released a new song over the BBC this morning titled “Doom and Gloom.” The lyrics are ripped from the headlines. So what’s the Stone’s solution? In a word “dance.” The song is the first single from the band’s new album GRRR! Greatest Hits. It will be released in advance of their upcoming tour to celebrate the 50th anniversary of the band. The band has hinted it could be their last together. Mick Jagger, Keith Richards, Charlie Watts and Ronnie Wood have been in Paris recording the album. ...
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