Bob Seger & The Silver Bullet Band dropped the single “Night Moves” in December of 1976. The track undoubtedly helped secure Seger’s star status coming off of the success of Live Bullet, but the track also remains one of the best songs about, for lack of a better term, getting busy. In honor of the anniversary of “Night…
Considering their 50+ year career, it’s not surprising that some major events in Rolling Stones history may fall on the same date, but today (December 6) marks the anniversary of three very important moments.
With nine tracks clocking in just over 42 minutes, The Rolling Stones’ Let It Bleed was the sound of the band signing off from the 1960s in all of their dark, lusty glory and the first album released since the sudden passing of Brian Jones.
The 1960s yielded some of the most influential music in history, and in Christopher Hill’s new book Into The Mystic: The Visionary and Ecstatic Roots of 1960s Rock and Roll, he takes a deep dive on the various spiritual influences of some of the decade’s biggest artists, from The Beatles to the MC5.
The Rolling Stones have a seemingly unlimited amount of material in their vaults, and their upcoming release delves into their early days as a band before they became one of the biggest bands in the world.