Ed Sullivan couldn’t act, sing or dance and uncomfortable in front of an audience, but for 23 years, The Ed Sullivan Show was appointment viewing – The Beatles made their first American live appearance on the show (pulling in an audience of 73 million – equivalent to the draw of today’s Super Bowl). Beginning Monday, […]
Tag: The Rolling Stones
Trailer: HBO’s Crossfire Hurricane–The Rolling Stones’ Rise From Outsiders to Rock Royalty!
On November 15, 2012 (9/8C), HBO will present Crossfire Hurricane – a look at the Rolling Stones and their journey from being the blues-based band of outsiders to the band everyone loves. ‘It’s almost a faery story…’ Academy Award Nominated Director Brett Morgen (The Kid Stays in the Picture) says, ‘Crossfire Hurricane invites the audience […]
The Rolling Stones: Some Girls Live In Texas 1978 now on DVD/Blu-Ray
After being carefully restored….two Days ago Eagle Rock Entertainment released on Blu-Ray and DVD a special Rolling Stones concert from 1978 entitled “The Rolling Stones: Some Girls Live In Texas 1978”. If you’re a fan of The Rolling Stones and enjoy seeing classic Rolling Stones concert footage, this is a dvd/blu-ray you will not want […]
Ben Waters to release Boogie 4 Stu on April 19th
For those of you that are fans of old time boogie/blues music, you may be interested in this upcoming album from Ben Waters. The album is called Boogie 4 Stu: A Tribute To Ian Stewart and will be released April 19th, 2011 on the Eagle Records label. Here’s what the press release had to say:
Shine A Light: The IMAX Experience – The 60-Ft. Stones Rock The Joint!
When Mick struts onstage, he resembles a Gerry [Thunderbirds] Anderson marionette on crack, while good ol’ Keef looks like he might not make it to his next solo – but The Rolling Stones can still rock the vast majority of today’s bands under the table. Martin Scorsese’s Shine A Light is more of a concert […]