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  • The Rolling Stones Release “Blue & Lonesome”

    The Rolling Stones Release “Blue & Lonesome”

    The Rolling Stones are back with their 25th studio album, entitled Blue & Lonesome. Produced by bassist and Blue Note Records president Don Was, the album is the iconic rock band’s first full-length album to feature only cover songs. Blue & Lonesome is described as a tip of the hat to their early years as... »

  • The Rolling Stones: Miss You

    The Rolling Stones: Miss You

    Ever since a new Darryl Jones documentary was announced, I’ve been listening to lots of the bassist’s work on YouTube. Here’s a great extended take of “Miss You” taken from 1995, just two years after he joined the Rolling Stones. Jones carries the groove throughout with rock solid time and feel while Mick Jagger gets... »

  • Solo Career-Spanning Sting Vinyl Set Released

    Solo Career-Spanning Sting Vinyl Set Released

    So, you love yourself some Sting. And you love vinyl. Well, then, The Studio Collection is right up your alley. The 11-LP vinyl box set includes all the bassist-singer-songwriter’s A&M Records studio albums in one collection. The set includes Brand New Day and Sacred Love, which were not previously released on vinyl. Along with Sting,... »

  • Filmmakers Announce “Darryl Jones: Like a Rolling Stone” Documentary

    Filmmakers Announce “Darryl Jones: Like a Rolling Stone” Documentary

    Filmmakers Eric Hamburg and Rick English have announced a project called Darryl Jones: Like a Rolling Stone. The documentary will focus on the bass legend’s career as well as follow him during the making of his debut solo album. Jones has played with Sting, Miles Davis, Madonna, and more, though he is currently best known... »

  • Miles Davis and Great Bassists: The Warner Bros. Years, Remastered

    Miles Davis and Great Bassists: The Warner Bros. Years, Remastered

    Lovers of the Warner Bros. era of jazz trumpeter/composer Miles Davis’ career, which began in the mid-1980s, can delight in a definitive 8-CD box set called The Last Word – The Warner Bros. Years. The of remastered music covers the Tutu, Amandla and Doo-Bop albums, and the Dingo and Siesta soundtracks. The set also includes... »

  • Steps Ahead: Darryl Jones Bass Solo, Live in Japan

    Steps Ahead: Darryl Jones Bass Solo, Live in Japan

    Years before he landed the gig with The Rolling Stones, Darryl Jones was blowing people’s minds in the jazz and fusion scenes with the likes of Miles Davis and Steps Ahead. Here’s a killer clip of Jones taking the audience on a ride with Steps Ahead, live in Japan on their 1986 concert. Jones builds... »

  • Darryl Jones: Rolling Stones Have Lots of Unreleased Material

    Darryl Jones: Rolling Stones Have Lots of Unreleased Material

    When a band has been active for five decades, there’s bound to be some songs that fall through the cracks. That’s certainly the case with The Rolling Stones, according to bassist Daryl Jones. Jones, who has been playing with the veteran rockers since Bill Wyman’s departure, told Noise11 that there’s a wealth of unreleased tracks... »

  • Darryl Jones Joins Dead Daisies for Tour

    Darryl Jones Joins Dead Daisies for Tour

    Rock supergroup The Dead Daisies has announced that Darryl Jones will be joining their ranks for an upcoming UK tour. The renowned bassist, who also plays for The Rolling Stones, will be filling in for regular bassist Marco Mendoza who will be performing with Thin-Lizzy spinoff The Black Star Riders. The rest of current Dead... »

  • The Rolling Stones Announce 2013 “50 and Counting” Tour Dates

    The Rolling Stones Announce 2013 “50 and Counting” Tour Dates

    After playing a handful of shows at the end of last year, The Rolling Stones are continuing to celebrate their 50 years together with new “50 and Counting” tour dates. The trek kicks off May 2nd at the Staples Center in Los Angeles before making its way across the U.S. with a few Canadian dates... »

  • Rolling Stones Release 50 Anniversary Compilation, “Grrr!”

    Rolling Stones Release 50 Anniversary Compilation, “Grrr!”

    As part of the band’s 50th anniversary celebration this year, the Rolling Stones have released a mega compilation, Grrr!. The set spans the group’s five decades together, starting with their first single – a cover of Chuck Berry’s “Come On,” – released in 1963. Two new tracks, “Doom and Gloom” and “One More Shot”, recorded... »