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Over the past few months, singers such as Katy Perry, Gwen Stefani and Lady Gaga have joined legendary rock band the Rolling Stones on stage and over Memorial Day Weekend 2013, it was Carrie Underwood's turn.
The 30-year-old country star, wearing a black T-shirt with an American flag-themed Rolling Stones lips logo (it retails for $40 - get it here), sang the group's 1974 song "It's Only Rock n' Roll (But I Like It)" with Mick Jagger at their concert at Toronto's Air Canada Centre on Saturday, May 25. (Watch a fan-made video below.)
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Rolling Stones guitarist Ronnie Wood, 65, recently wed 34-year-old Sally Humphreys in a private ceremony, reports say.
The two tied the knot at the Dorchester Hotel in London on Thursday, December 20, according to several news outlets, including the UK tabloid The Sun, which published photos of the two in their wedding attire. The two have not commented. Wood has been married twice before.
The Rolling Stones are set to host a televised concert that will feature performers Bruce Springsteen, Lady Gaga and The Black Keys.
The announced guests are set to join the veteran British rockers for a pay-per-view special, "One More Shot," which is the "last stop" of their 50th anniversary celebration concert series.
Mick Jagger, 67, singer of the legendary rock group the Rolling Stones started a super group called SuperHeavy, which debuted their first music video on Friday entitled "Miracle Worker."
For SuperHeavy, Jagger collaborated with Dave Stewart, 58, of the Eurythmics, soul singer Joss Stone, 24, reggae artist and youngest son of the late Bob Marley, Damian Marley, 32, and "Slumdog Millionaire" film composer A.R. Rahman, 45.
Mick Jagger, 67, singer of the legendary rock group the Rolling Stones has a new supergroup called SuperHeavy, which will be releasing a new album in the fall.
The group includes Dave Stewart, 58, of the Eurythmics, soul singer Joss Stone, 24, reggae artist and youngest son of the late Bob Marley, Damian Marley, 32, and "Slumdog Millionaire" film composer A.R. Rahman, 45. The group held a listening party at Jim Henson Studios in Los Angeles recently and Jagger said that the group came together with nothing more than "ideas, a few guitar riffs and a few snippets of lyrics," Billboard magazine reports.
Mick Jagger, singer of the legendary rock group the Rolling Stones, is set to perform live at the Grammy Awards for the first time.
The 2011 ceremony will take place on Sunday, February 13 and air live on CBS at 8 p.m. ET. Jagger, a Grammy winner himself, is scheduled to perform as part of its annual "In Memoriam" tributes, which pays tribute to musicians and other famous music personalities that have died in the past year. He will be accompanied by Raphael Saadiq and his band.