"Exhibitionism" is said to be the first major exhibition by the Rolling Stones ever. It displays 50 years of one of the world's most iconic bands and runs in London's Saatchi Gallery till September.
Part of Hamburg's Triennial of Photography, "Anton Corbijn: The Living and the Dead" showcases the Dutch photographer's timeless portraits of music idols — often deceased — from the last 40 years.
It's been 50 years since the first issue of Rolling Stone was published in California. The legendary magazine captured the spirit of the time with its unique brand of music journalism, says founding editor Michael Lydon.
Rock star Mick Jagger had a team re-create the first London apartment he and his band mates shared in 1962, complete with dirty dishes, beer bottles and blues records placed throughout the flat.
With "Blue & Lonesome," The Rolling Stones have released their first album in 10 years. The naked recordings take true fans back to the band's blues-inspired beginnings - and the birth of the rock star.
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