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Stones get stamp of approval
The Rolling Stones, described by fans as “the greatest rock and roll band in the world”, will certainly get a lot of satisfaction from the set of 12 stamps Royal Mail are bringing out on J...
By Amit Roy in London
Creativity, culture and ethnicity
Early in 2019, Robert O’Meally, jazz and art writer and Columbia University professor, gave a talk about a film called Paris Blues. The talk took place in Paris. O’Meally was research...
By Amit Chaudhuri
Remembering Charlie Watts
Charlie Watts joined the Rolling Stones in January 1963 and besides Mick Jagger and Keith Richards, he has appeared on every record. He also didn’t miss a single concert throughout his 58-year h...
By Mathures Paul
An appraisal: Oh, Charlie!
On some superficial level, Charlie Watts had always seemed the oddest Rolling Stone, the one who never quite fit as a member of rock’s most Dionysian force. While his bandmates cultivated an at...
By Ben Sisario
Drummer Charlie Watts dies at 80
The statement added: "We kindly request that the privacy of his family, band members and close friends is respected at this difficult time." The news comes weeks after it was announced that...
By Our Bureau, Agencies in London
You, me and a masterpiece
By Shantanu Datta in Calcutta
Jagger to get medical help
The Rolling Stones have postponed a tour of the US and Canada to give singer Mick Jagger time to receive medical treatment, the veteran rock band said on Saturday.“I’m devastated for having to pos...
By Reuters in London
The day the music lived
‘Some guys’, Rod Stewart had crooned, ‘have all the luck.’ While turning the pages of Calling Elvis, aficionados of Western music may have reasons to conclude — the sourpusses that they are ...
By Uddalak Mukherjee
The visual language of lockdown music videos
By Arindam Chatterjee
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