The Rolling Stones – Worried About You – OFFICIAL PROMO

The official promo video for the Rolling Stones song "Worried About You". The track is from the 1981 album Tattoo You, and was written by Mick Jagger and Keith Richards and was produced by the Glimmer Twins. The song features Mick Jagger on lead vocals and keyboards, Keith Richards on guitar, Charlie Watts on drums, Ronnie Wood on guitar, and Bill Wyman on bass guitar. The video was directed by film maker Michael Lindsay-Hogg, who has directed many other promo videos for the band including "Start Me Up", "Jumpin Jack Flash" and "Fool To Cry". Lindsay-Hogg has also directed promo videos for artists such as the Beatles and the Who. Buy "Worried About You" on iTunes: Tattoo You

Rachel Crow – Top 10 – THE X FACTOR USA 2011

Rachel Crow performs "(I Cant Get) No Satisfication " by the Rolling Stones. (Official Site) (Like on Facebook) (Follow on Twitter)

The Rolling Stones – Beast of Burden (Live) – OFFICIAL

The Rolling Stones performing "Beast of Burden", live at the Will Rogers Memorial Centre, Fort Worth, Texas, 18th July 1978. "Beast of Burden" was originally featured on the 1978 album Some Girls. This version features Mick Jagger on vocals, Keith Richards on guitar, Charlie Watts on drums, Ronnie Wood on guitar, Bill Wyman on bass, Ian "Stu" Stewart on piano and Ian McLagan on keyboards. Some Girls- Live In Texas 78

The Rolling Stones: The Beginning by Mick, Keith and Charlie

Mick Jagger, Keith Richards and Charlie Watts on the early days of the Rolling Stones. Mick and Keith remember their childhood friendship, and the meeting years later at Dartford Railway Station that led to the formation of the Rolling Stones. Charlie talks about the early days of the band, when Mick, Keith and Brian Jones shared a flat in Edith Grove, London. The interview was filmed in 1989, and originally part of the documentary 25X5: The Continuing Adventures Of The Rolling Stones. 12th July 2012 marked 50 years since the first Rolling Stones gig at the Marquee Club Oxford Street, London. Follow the Rolling Stones online to be the first to hear about all their upcoming festivities: Twitter @RollingStones Facebook Tumblr Pinterest

Adele Unmarried, Rolling Stones to Tour

Rumors were running rampant that Adele secretly married her boyfriend, Simon Konecki – but those rumors are not true, according to the singer. "Life and Style" and the "Daily Mail" were reporting that Adele, who is pregnant with Koneckis child, tied the knot. However, the singer took to Twitter and posted a message, "Im not married…Zzzzzzz." The Rolling Stones are set to play a series of four concerts this coming November in New York and London, according to Billboard. Mick Jagger, Keith Richards, Charlie Watts and Ronnie Wood, who this year are celebrating the bands 50th anniversary, will play two dates at Londons O2 arena and two at Brooklyns new Barclays Center, which has yet to be completed. Country singer LeAnn Rimes has entered treatment for anxiety and stress, but is not seeking help for an eating disorder or substance abuse, her spokesman said on Thursday (August 30). Rimes, whose affair with "CSI: Miami" actor Eddie Cibrian while both were married to others caused a scandal three years ago, checked into an unidentified treatment center on Wednesday – the day after her 30th birthday. Rimes will exit her program to perform some scheduled concerts in September. Guitarist Eddie Van Halen has undergone emergency surgery to treat a digestive disorder, forcing his hard rock group Van Halen to postpone its upcoming tour of Japan, the band said on its website. The guitarist had an emergency procedure and is expected to make a full recovery within four to six months <b>…<b>

The Rolling Stones – Jumpin’ Jack Flash – Live On Copacabana Beach

The Rolling Stones played in front of 1.5million people, the biggest concert of all time, at Copacabana Beach, Rio De Janeiro, on the 18th February 2006. To celebrate the beginning of our 50th anniversary year, on 12th July 2012 we are letting our fans watch this historic concert in its entirety. Were you there? Comment below and share your memories of one of the greatest concerts of our career.