A friend notes that Mick and "the boys" must be fans of the darkest Yankee fan on the planet.
Taylor Swift's Rolling Stones cover might just melt magazine racks all around the country.
Stones and Mets
As you might know, I am an avid Rolling Stones fan. Have all their albums, know most of the songs by heart and have seen them numerous times in person, including twice at Shea Stadium in 1989.
As I recall, it was a tremendous concert, with 60,000 fans singing “Ruby Tuesday,” in unison, and I mean every word, not just the refrain.
I noticed they are trending today...
Luukko with the Rolling Stones via the Comcast Spectacor Facebook Page
In a very abrupt and stunning move, Comcast Spectacor President (and Flyers President) Peter Luukko abruptly resigned today, reports Tim Pannacchio of CSN Philly.
Ed Snider explained that Luukko simply cashed out and headed to pursue other activities.
“Peter has been an invaluable partner as we built Comcast...
Jerry Remy is a simple man, and he doesn’t need a whole lot when he’s traveling. One thing NESN’s Red Sox analyst does need, however, is his Rolling Stones.
He and NESN’s Red Sox play-by-play man Don Orsillo are gearing up for the West Coast Road Trip, and Jerry just wants to make sure he has his tunes.
The West Coast Road Trip promotion will send two separate winners and...
The Rock and Roll Hall of Fame opens a special exhibit tomorrow, chronicling the Rolling Stones' history and influence on rock music.
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The tickets for the Rolling Stones 50th Anniversary shows at the Prudential Center sold out in minutes in the past week. Fans will still be able to watch the Stones in concert on December 15 at 9PM on pay-per-view.
WWE is partnering with Dainty Group and Endemol to distribute and market the PPV entitled “One More Shot.” This will be the band’s final performance of its 50th...
The Rolling Stones will be all over ESPN’s “Monday Night Football” coverage this year — except during the introduction. Sports Business Daily reported Monday that ESPN will no longer use musicians or music groups on the “Monday Night Football” introduction, as has become the common practice on most sports telecasts. Instead of replacing Hank Williams Jr.‘s “All My...