Watts was diagnosed with throat cancer in 2004 but it went into remission after a course of radiotherapy.
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.
Janet Yellen's first battle; Big Business gets some spine; and Rolling Stones touring keyboardist Chuck Leavell's hope for environmental salvation.
Donald Trump's presidency and campaign has seen several musicians and bands declaring they do not want their music played at his events.
Mick Jagger and Nick Jonas are just some of the stars who will be featured in the concert live stream.
"One band is unbelievably luckily still playing in stadiums and then the other band doesn't exist," the Stones frontman said in a new interview.
May said the band did not give Trump permission to use "We Are the Champions."
From the organizers behind Coachella, could this be the ultimate rock festival?
The rock icons draw thousands of fans to their show in Cuba.
The Rolling Stones arrived in Havana on Thursday (March 24), one day ahead of their historic, free concert that marks the end of a historic week on the island and a new chapter in their relationship with the United States.
London's Saatchi Gallery is taking the most in depth look at the Rolling Stones in half a century.
Former Rolling Stones bassist Bill Wyman is being treated for prostate cancer, which was diagnosed in the early stages. Saskia O'Donoghue reports.
The cancer has been caught early, says the musician's spokesperson.
Obama, the Stones and the Tampa Bay Rays will all visit the Caribbean nation in March.
"There are now definite plans to record," says guitarist Keith Richards.
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.
Researchers tracked the evolution of U.S. pop music over the past 60 years using data analysis.
The groups wanted money. They enlisted a pit bull businessman to get it, and lived to regret it.