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50 Years of Rolling Stones
Today, I’m as old as rock & roll itself
DAILY Music  August 7, 2015, by Raoul Hernandez
"...Online or in the (get off my) cloud, film and music won’t even be sold some day, just utilized for a fee. One fossilized DVD that didn’t make deadline in this week’s issue (yes, that’s me buying a Laser Disc at Half Price Books last month...) was a new Blu-ray by the Rolling Stones, From the Vault: Hyde Park Live 1969, out on Eagle Vision...."

SXSW Panel: It’s Only Rock & Roll – 50 Years of the Rolling Stones
I see a red door and I want to paint it black
DAILY Music  March 12, 2014, by Tim Stegall
"...Firstly, do not start your Rolling Stones panel by playing “Satisfaction,” mixing down the vocal, and having live gypsy violins on top! And don’t keep doing this through “Paint It, Black" and other Stones hits. “Oh, it’s just kids adapting the Rolling Stones for the times.” No! Bad idea..."

Exile on Main Street: A Season in Hell With the Rolling Stones
Music Story  October 20, 2006, by Austin Powell
"...Exile on Main Street: A Season in Hell With the Rolling Stones..."

'FOUND: Photographs of the Rolling Stones'
The DEN shows lost images of the world's greatest rock & roll band when it was still a buncha young punks
Arts Story  March 7, 2014, by Rod Machen
"...Rare photographs of the Rolling Stones are on view in Austin – snapshots showing a relaxed and casual group of young men enjoying the early stages of superstardom. The 23 small-format photos, taken during the band's 1965 American tour, depict all of the original Stones – Mick Jagger, Keith Richards, Brian Jones, Charlie Watts, Bill Wyman, and founding member and road manager Ian Stewart – taking in the motel environs of Savannah, Ga., and Clearwater, Fla...."

Margaret Moser Tribute: The Rolling Stones
That Margaret Moser, she’s a rainbow
Music Story  June 29, 2017, by Christopher Gray


The Rolling Stones Thrill Arlington
PHOTO GALLERY  June 8, 2015
"...The Rolling Stones marked their 50th anniversary with two Paris performances in October 2012, followed by three tours: 50 & Counting, 14 on Fire, and the current Zip Code trek. Previous to Saturday’s sole show in Texas at AT&T Stadium where the Dallas Cowboys play, the furthest south they’d ventured in the U.S..."

Rolling Stones Great, Leading to These Complaints
Postmarks  October 23, 2006
"...Dear Editor, Mick and the boys were superb! It's a shame that Charles Attal and gang can't seem to mix the sound like the Stones' board operator. There was no booming bass guitar, no pounding bass drum – just a clean sound – even from a mile away..."

Rolling Stones in Cuba
PHOTO GALLERY  April 1, 2016
"...Last Friday, March 25, the Rolling Stones staged a concert in Havana on the same weekend President Barack Obama made a historic visit to Cuba. Longtime Chronicle photographer Gary Miller made the trek and shot the entire performance, which by the band’s own account attracted some 1.2 million spectators..."

Super Heavy Stones
Assessing the Rolling Stones' 2011
DAILY Music  December 29, 2011, by Raoul Hernandez
"...Dinosaurs as large and ancient as the Rolling Stones aren't built for speed, of course, but as an institution that didn't even daydream of playing together, the boys had a very, very good year. Mick Jagger, Keith Richards, Brian Jones, Charlie Watts, and Bill Wyman revving up Chuck Berry's “Around and Around” for Ed Sullivan in 1964 on a new DVD – über alles?..."

Page Two: Earth, Stones, and Thorns of the Wild Ground Growing
The poetry of the right-wing soul: an appreciation
Columns  January 27, 2006, by Louis Black
"...Earth, stones, and thorns of the wild ground growing ..."..."

Gimme Shelter
This film, which captures that awful moment at Altamont, is a documentary that seemingly captures the very moment when the peace-and-love generation lost its naivete and innocence.
Film Review  September 7, 2000, by Marjorie Baumgarten
"...Directed by: David Maysles, Albert Maysles and Charlotte Zwerin. Starring: the Rolling Stones, Jefferson Airplane, Ike & Tina Turner Revue and Marvin Belli..."

What Would Keith Richards Do?
Rock & Roll Summer Reading Lagniappe: “What Would Keith Richards Do? Daily Affirmations from a Rock & Roll Survivor”
DAILY Music  July 17, 2009, by Raoul Hernandez
"...Even when her prayer book of rock & roll wisdom, What Would Keith Richards Do?, gets it wrong, she got it right. West's Keith Richards = heroin punch lines are de rigueur, but she includes the Rolling Stones guitarist pointing out that his junkiedom ended more than 30 years ago, and more importantly, she understands that even a shrugging defense of his past (and present, i.e..."

Brian Jones: The Making of the Rolling Stones
The Rolling Stones' sacrificial lamb receives an overdue close-up
Music Story  May 28, 2015, by Tim Stegall
"...Brian Jones: The Making of the Rolling Stonesby Paul Trynka Viking, 384 pp., $28.95..."

When the Whip Comes Down
‘Some Girls Live in Texas,’ ravished by the Rolling Stones
DAILY Music  October 19, 2011, by Raoul Hernandez
"...“If the band’s a bit off tonight, it’s because we spent all our energy last night... fucking.” Mick Jagger leading the Rolling Stones through a July 18 performance in Fort Worth on 1978’s Some Girls tour, a DVD tie-in to the LP’s new deluxe reissue and screening one-night-only in Austin yesterday, is a bit off alright..."

Flashpoint
Shine a Light
DAILY Music  April 4, 2008, by Raoul Hernandez
"...Four shows from the European leg of the Rolling Stones' 2005/2006 Bigger Bang tour hadn’t produced such a nugget, but two weeks after the band’s razing of Austin’s Zilker Park (10.22.06), they pulled it out at the Oakland Coliseum. A song long dismissed save perhaps for its equally forgotten slapstick clip running many cable lifetimes ago on Night Flight, live it sent me scrambling back to Undercover..."

Rolling Stones
Rolling Stones in Mono (ABKCO)
Music Story  December 15, 2016, by Tim Stegall
"...Box sets from the Beatles and Bob Dylan prove that all of their recordings until 1968 saw far more care and attention paid to the mono mix, with stereo basically considered a gimmicky afterthought. In the Rolling Stones' case, prior to Beggars Banquet, the latter designation means the former plays in both the left and right channels, slightly unsynchronized and swimming in reverb..."

Bottle of Wine
Collectin' wine spodie-odie
DAILY Music  December 19, 2011, by Margaret Moser
"...It sits on my shelf gathering dust, a bottle of Rolling Stones wine from my editor Raoul Hernandez. Not opening it is a kind of symbol for me, but nothing overly spiritual or meaningful..."

No Dagwood
Blondie Chaplin and more thump Friday night at Antone's
DAILY Music  August 24, 2009, by Margaret Moser
"...With roots in the Neville Bros. and the Meters (not to mention almost the entire history of modern New Orleans music), Neville and his estimable cohorts have made music alongside the likes of the Rolling Stones, Keith Richards, Etta James, Dave Matthews, Emmylou Harris, and Bonnie Raitt..."

“Thank You, Margaret Moser”
I’m glad you are a monkey woman, too
DAILY Music  June 28, 2017, by Kevin Curtin
"...Margaret Moser has shown lots of love to Austin music for over 40 years. Today, the community reciprocates with a spirited video tribute featuring 63 friends, fans, muses, and admirers saying “thank you,” “I love you,” and singing one of her favorite Rolling Stones songs, “Monkey Man.”..."

All Down the Line
Forget the Exile on Main St. reissue. Here's the 1972 Stones in all their cinematic glory, plus a 1981 bonus to make it a double feature.
Music Story  October 29, 2010, by Raoul Hernandez
"...Falling between this year's crossfire PR hurricane for 1972 Rolling Stones magnum opus reboot, Exile on Main St., and now Keith Richards' sensational autobiography Life – published Monday – the Screen's Greatest Rock & Roll Band also reissued another defining time capsule, cinematic and perhaps otherwise...."

Streets of Love
Stalking the Stones across Europe
Music Story  October 20, 2006, by Raoul Hernandez
"...Wings of Desire reach skyward, while underground, ghostly bookcases purged for a sodden bonfire stand empty. Holocaust memorials begin in the cobblestones underfoot and, near the Brandenburg Gate, rise overhead as monoliths..."

Boogie 4 Stu
Ben Waters' boogie for Rolling Stones sideman Ian Stewart
DAILY Music  May 10, 2011, by Raoul Hernandez
"...Keith Richards arrived next and found Stu. “Boogie with Stu,” on Led Zeppelin’s Physical Graffiti, now welcomes a second best celebration of the late sideman, Ben Waters’ new Stones throw, Boogie 4 Stu: A Tribute to Ian Stewart...."

How Much Bang for the Buck?
The Rolling Stones latest DVD drops with a bang.
DAILY Music  June 7, 2007, by Margaret Moser
"...The announcement came via my Rolling Stones fan club email: The Biggest Bang DVD was on the way! Seven hours of Jagger huffing and puffing across the stage in front of a million people in Rio de Janeiro (take that, Woodstock!), plus clips from Japan, Buenos Aires, and Shanghai (for that well-heeled armchair traveler feel). For the Stones fanatic, there are six unreleased songs plus interviews with ....."

Paul McCartney Wings It to the Frank Erwin Center
Beatle set for a May 22 date on Red River
DAILY Music  April 4, 2013, by Raoul Hernandez
"...All I can say is thank God it wasn't the Stones. When the Frank Erwin Center sent out a press release Wednesday morning proclaiming "a major concert announcement" a few hours after the Rolling Stones unveiled a tour with a lot of holes in it, I thought, "It couldn't be the Stones!?" It's not..."

Gary Clark Jr.: The Chosen One
‘Bomber’ issue of ‘Rolling Stone’ also features Austin hero
DAILY Music  July 26, 2013, by Raoul Hernandez
"...Leader of local garage-blues act Eve & the Exiles, and co-owner of the Drag’s aforementioned vinyl emporium, Monsees can be glimpsed in a picture with a teen Clark Jr. in the feature’s art hole, which includes the subject onstage with the Rolling Stones..."

Sarah Jarosz & Gary Clark Jr. Nominated for Grammys
Local youths step further out into the national spotlight
DAILY Music  December 9, 2013, by Raoul Hernandez
"...Who makes their biggest announcement of the year on a weekend? One paralyzed by Antarctic temperatures at that? The Grammys! Business as usual for the award avatars, contemporary flavors (Lorde, Bruno Mars, Daft Punk) versus fossil rock (Sabbath, Zeppelin, Stones). Sarah Jarosz and Gary Clark Jr..."

Making Out With Marianne Faithfull
Through the fog with Marianne.
DAILY Music  May 31, 2007, by Raoul Hernandez
"...It’s perhaps the Great pyramid of live music venues. Save for the Beatles and Stones, the Fillmore birthed the big bang of Sixties emancipation..."

Tom Petty Soaks in 40
Heartbreaker’s biggest surprise was a show-stealing Gary Clark Jr.
DAILY Music  May 3, 2017, by Raoul Hernandez
"...Like the Rolling Stones, the Heartbreakers’ live mix now boils down to the essentials, basically marginalizing all other catalog stabs. This could be the last time, sure, but first-timers weren’t going home without hearing “I Won’t Back Down.” And if either act lasted another 200 years, virgin fans would still expect to hear the pier and beam pillars of 20th century radio...."

Anomaly
Kiss at the Frank Erwin Center tonight ain't Kiss with Ace Frehley (and Peter Criss).
DAILY Music  December 4, 2009, by Raoul Hernandez
"...Frehley’s Comet notwithstanding, the band’s original guitarist has traded on that first solo disc ever since, despite penning and singing some of Kiss’ permanent make-up: “Parasite,” “Cold Gin,” “Shock Me.” Anthrax’s late-1980s cover of “Parasite” made Frehley friendly to another generation’s metal paradigm, while his own cover of the Rolling Stones’ “2,000 Man” on Dynasty proved Spaceman Ace’s allegiance to his forefathers. “Getaway” on 1975’s Dressed to Kill could almost rep a ’65 Mick & Keith moment...."

Flip the Switch
Music Story  October 31, 1997, by Raoul Hernandez
"...The phone is already ringing. Who? "Somebody with the Rolling Stones," yells an office mate..."

Get It While You Can
Books Story  March 18, 1999
"...While editing these, I kept humming Janis Joplin's "Get It While You Can," fittingly, since I had been reading Alice Echols' book on her. From the Grateful Dead to the New York Dolls, from Elvis to the Clash, from Keith Moon to the Gun Club to the Rolling Stones, "get it while you can" seemed to be the philosophy..."

Gimme Shelter: A Song for Margaret Moser
A stoned soul picnic of Rolling Stones for Wattser
DAILY Music  September 1, 2017, by Raoul Hernandez
"...25. “Only one person speaks to me regularly in Rolling Stones.”..."

Shine a Light
The Rolling Stones gather no moss in this Martin Scorsese-directed concert film that's playing on both IMAX and conventional screens.
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Film Review  April 4, 2008, by Raoul Hernandez
"...Directed by: Martin Scorsese. Long after Jean-Luc Godard (One Plus One/Sympathy for the Devil) and Albert Maysles (Gimme Shelter), one of the great American neorealists of the 1970s, Hal Ashby, took his shot at the Rolling Stones in Let’s Spend the Night Together, a concert film from the group’s 1981 U.S..."

Greil Marcus and the Mad Parade
In his book Lipstick Traces: A Secret History of the 20th Century, Greil Marcus explained punk to the world and created a bible for that music's true believers. As Austin theatre company Rude Mechanicals opens its stage adaptation of Marcus' book, the author talks about the Stones, the Sex Pistols, and the "mad parade" of history.
Arts Story  September 10, 1999, by Margaret Moser
"...An online biography of Marcus notes that he "unleashed, for better or for worse, the fevered fancies of numberless rock scribes," and that would be an understatement. The way he deconstructed the Rolling Stones' Let It Bleed for Rolling Stone magazine made rock criticism every bit as salient as literary or social critique in my eyes..."

Live Shots
Music Story  January 28, 1999
"...THE ROLLING STONES..."

All or Nothing
Ian McLagan: Small Face, Face, auxiliary Rolling Stone, A-list sideman, Austinite
Music Story  March 19, 2015, by Tim Stegall
"..."If you caught him in the right conversation, he could be the Mod from the Small Faces. He could be the art school student who had his life changed by Muddy Waters at Newport and seeing the Rolling Stones as a local blues band at the Crawdaddy Club in Richmond..."

The Rolling Stones
Dinosaur DVDs with a smattering of punk, porn, and R&B
Music Story  December 21, 2012, by Margaret Moser
"...The Rolling StonesCharlie Is My Darling (ABKCO)..."

Critics Poll
Music Story  January 5, 2007
"...Raoul Hernandez: Rolling Stones Hoot, Ruta Maya..."

Bobby Keys
Music Story  October 20, 2006, by Margaret Moser
"...Bobby Keys' drawling laugh is 100% Texan as he talks on the phone from his hotel room in Seattle. It's also colored by nearly 40 years of performing at the left hand of Keith Richards, which makes the Slaton, Texas, native the longest-standing member of the Rolling Stones' auxiliary musicians..."

Grunge, Red Hot Chili Peppers, Bob Seger, The Rolling Stones, and The Rock and Roll Hall of Fame
'Picture book of people with each other'
Music Story  December 4, 2009, by Raoul Hernandez
"...Grungephotos by Michael Lavine Abrams Image, 160 pp., $24.95 Red Hot Chili Peppers: Me and My Friendsphotos by Tony Woolliscroft Abrams Image, 224 pp., $24.95 Travelin' Man: On the Road and Behind the Scenes with Bob Segerby Tom Weschler & Gary Graff Wayne State University Press, 168 pp., $27.95 Let It Bleed: The Rolling Stones, Altamont, and the End of the Sixtiesby Ethan A. Russell Springboard Press, 240 pp., $35 The Rock and Roll Hall of Fame: The First 25 Years: The Definitive Chronicle of Rock & Roll as Told by Its Legendsedited by Holly George-Warren Collins Design, 256 pp., $39.99..."

TCB
Saying adios to Texas music titan Freddy Fender, and bienvenidos to a little band called the Rolling Stones
Music Column  October 20, 2006, by Christopher Gray
"...Exile on Barton Springs Perhaps you've heard: In a display of pageantry not seen in Austin since UT hosted ESPN's College Gameday last month, the Rolling Stones' A Bigger Bang tour touches down in Zilker Park Sunday evening. Gates open at 3pm, with former Stones sideman Ian McLagan & the Bump Band up first at 4pm, then Los Lonely Boys, followed by Mick, Keith, and Company around dusk, as the Austin skyline forms a picturesque backdrop..."

Everything Old is New Again
The Year in Albums
Music Story  January 9, 1998, by Raoul Hernandez
"...By the winter of 1977, when the Rolling Stones entered EMI's Pathé Marconi Studios in Paris to record what would become Some Girls (and parts of Emotional Rescue and even Tattoo You), the Sex Pistols, Clash, Buzzcocks, and Elvis Costello had already released that year's most important albums -- all debuts that would more or less change the course of popular music. The revolution was on..."

Live Shots
Music Story  November 14, 1997
"...THE ROLLING STONES..."

The Girl Who Met Robert Johnson
Shirley Ratisseau wrote a song with Robert Johnson
Music Story  August 3, 2012, by Margaret Moser
"...She crossed paths with Duke Ellington, the Rolling Stones, T-Bone Walker, Mance Lipscomb, Billy Eckstine, Albert Collins, Count Basie, and countless blues and jazz legends. Her family was built out of tragedy and flouted racial mores of the day on the South Texas coast..."

Elevation
Taking stock of music DVDs
Music Story  January 18, 2002, by Raoul Hernandez
"..."Could be a lover, could be a father. Could be a child -- could be a friend, I don't know." Together, these All That You Can't Leave Behind cornerstones are two of the strongest cuts on Boston, the new material ofttimes surpassing old favorites throughout the disc...."

Music Critics Poll: Desert Island
Music Story  January 7, 2000
"...Band: Rolling Stones..."

Record Reviews
Music Review  November 27, 1998
"...THE ROLLING STONES..."

Fashion (Turn to the Left)
TV Eye
Screens Column  October 24, 1997, by Margaret Moser
"...The Rolling Stones on VH-1..."

Under Their Thumb: How a Nice Boy From Brooklyn Got Mixed Up With the Rolling Stones (and Lived to Tell About It)
Make a Stones fanzine; do drugs with Keith
Music Story  July 17, 2009, by Margaret Moser
"...Under Their Thumb: How a Nice Boy from Brooklyn Got Mixed Up With the Rolling Stones (and Lived to Tell About It)by Bill German Villard Books, 368 pp., $25..."

I Shot Mick Jagger
Music Story  October 31, 1997
"...I got photo credentials to shoot the Rolling Stones at Giants Stadium two weeks ago. There's a push to promote the Texas date and if it gets the Chron a photo pass, that works for me..."

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