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Devotees of the conspiracy theory went to a Rolling Stones concert in Dallas believing John F. Kennedy and his son would reveal themselves to the world on stage.
The drummer died unexpectedly in London at the age of 80.
The British singer, who survived a near-fatal bout with COVID-19 last year, just released a new album with musician Warren Ellis, featuring her readings of British Romantic poetry.
The Rolling Stones guitarist has done it all, from snorting his dad's ashes to setting the Playboy Mansion on fire.
The cancer has been caught early, says the musician's spokesperson.
After Keith Richards said the group could begin recording a new album next year, Ronnie Wood has told ABC Radio that the band could head into the studio as soon as next month.
"There are now definite plans to record," says guitarist Keith Richards.
'Under the Influence' chronicles the guitar icon as he records his first solo album in 23 years.
Rock is far from dead, and July brings with it the most impressive lineup of stars since Live Aid.
In honor of the Rolling Stones' "Sticky Fingers" rerelease, test yourself on its most misunderstood mondegreen track.