Rolling Stones tour manager Mark Brigden dies while digging grave for family dog outside California home
Mark Brigden, a music industry staple well-known for his work as tour manager for the Rolling Stones and Bob Dylan, died while digging a grave for his dog in the backyard of his home in California. Brigden’s wife, Julia Dreyer Brigden, confirmed to The Press Democrat that the tragic accident occurred on Sunday outside their residence in Santa Rosa. He was immediately transported to a nearby ...news.yahoo.com
How Merry Clayton turned ‘Gimme Shelter’ by the Rolling Stones from good to legendary
Last year, news broke that 77-year-old rock ‘n’ roll legend and Rolling Stones member Mick Jagger had purchased a mansion in Florida for his girlfriend, which led to people on social media saying “Gimme Shelter” about the transaction.
Rolling Stones concert at Hard Rock Stadium moved to Friday
MIAMI - Hurricane Dorian is forcing the legendary Rolling Stones to start things up a day earlier than they were originally scheduled to play at Hard Rock Stadium. Due to the storm, the band will now play Friday night in South Florida instead of Saturday. This is the second time this particular Rolling Stones show has been changed. The band was scheduled to play April 20, but were forced to cancel because of lead singer Mick Jagger's heart surgery. Hurricane Dorian is tracking towards Florida and is expected to strike somewhere along the Southeast U.S. on Monday.
Rolling Stones' Cuba concert makes history
Rock music was forbidden in Cuba when Fidel Castro came to power in 1959. Last night, after more than half a century, rock fans there got satisfaction as hundreds of thousands went to a free Rolling Stones concert in Havana. Chris Martinez reports.cbsnews.com