ABKCO To Release Archived Rolling Stones Concert

Courtesy: ABKCO Films/ABKCO Music & Records By Philip Sayblack The Rolling Stones’ fans are getting another archived show from the band this summer. ABKCO Films and ABKCO Music & Records will release The Rolling Stones Rock and Roll Circus June 7.  Originally recorded over the course of two days in December 1968 at the BBC Studios to promote the band’s then new album Beggar’s Banquet,...

May 1st, 2019

The Rolling Stones To Release Another Archived Live Show This Summer

Courtesy: Eagle Rock Entertainment By Philip Sayblack The Rolling Stones has been in the headlines a lot lately because of front man Mick Jagger’s recent health complications.  On the heels of the good news of Jagger’s recovery comes some more good news, this time about a new live Rolling Stones recording. The band announced Friday, that it will release Bridges To Bremen on June 21 via Eagle...

April 7th, 2019

‘Voodoo Lounge Uncut’ Re-Issue Is Another Success For Eagle Rock, The Rolling Stones

Courtesy: Eagle Rock Entertainment By Philip Sayblack Eagle Rock Entertainment and The Rolling Stones have been quite busy in recent years, releasing a variety of live recordings from the veteran rock band.  The two sides together, have released no fewer than 10 live recordings from the band’s years on the road.  Late last month, the two sides partnered to release yet another live recording, this...

December 9th, 2018

Eagle Rock Releasing Another Rolling Stones Live Recording This Fall

By Philip Sayblack Courtesy: Eagle Rock Entertainment The Rolling Stones has another live recording on the way. Eagle Rock Entertainment announced Tuesday that it will release Voodoo Lounge Uncut Nov. 16.  Originally filmed November 25, 1994 at Joe Robbie Stadium in Miami, Florida during the band’s Voodoo Lounge Tour, the extensive performance featured guest performances from Sheryl Crow, Robert...

September 25th, 2018

Rolling Stones Fans Will Feel “Secure” In Buying The Rolling Stones’ Latest Live Recording

Courtesy: Eagle Rock Entertainment By Philip Sayblack Eagle Rock Entertainment has pulled another classic archived Rolling Stones concert from the vaults.  This latest live recording from what is one of the music industry’s greatest acts (not just one of rock’s greatest names) –  From The Vault: No Security – San Jose ‘99 is another enjoyable jaunt back into the 1990s, but much later...

July 5th, 2018
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Eagle Rock Entertainment Continuing Its Rolling Stones ‘From The Vault’ Series With Another New Recording

Courtesy: Eagle Rock Entertainment By Philip Sayblack Eagle Rock is pulling another Rolling Stones concert from its vaults. From The Vault: No Security — San Jose 1999 is scheduled to be released July 13 in stores and online.  It will be released on DVD, Blu-ray, DVD+2CD combo pack, 3LP and digital platforms.  Pre-orders are open now. Originally recorded during the final leg of The Rolling Stones’...

May 10th, 2018
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‘Sticky Fingers Live at The Fonda Theatre 2015’ Is Sure To “Stick” In Any Rock Aficionado’s Music Library

Courtesy: Eagle Rock Entertainment By Philip Sayblack Eagle Rock Entertainment opened its “vaults” again this past September and pulled another archived concert from The Rolling Stones for audiences. The concert in question is the band’s landmark performance of its seminal 1971 album Sticky Fingers at the Fonda Theatre. Originally recorded May 20, 2015, this concert marked the first time that...

December 21st, 2017
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‘Under Cover’ Will Appeal To Motorhead, Rock Fans Alike

By Philip Sayblack Courtesy: Motorhead Music Almost two years ago, the rock world lost one of its great icons when Motorhead front man Lemmy Kilmister died from cancer.  When he died, that effectively put an end to one of the musical universe’s greatest acts.  That meant no more new Motorhead music.  Earlier this month though, Motorhead Music–the band’s own label–released a new collection...

September 22nd, 2017
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The Rolling Stones’ New Tour Doc Gets Three Cheers

Courtesy: Eagle Rock Entertainment By Philip Sayblack Tour documentaries today seem to be a dime a dozen.  From one end of the musical universe to the other, the tour documentary has become a key part of every act’s live experience.  Sadly, it has also become little more than a watered down live recording that is ultimately little more than another space filler used to satisfy acts’ contractual...

June 30th, 2017
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