Time to find out if you’re Prince’s latest lover, a Bowie groupie, or a Stevie Nicks conquest.
Floor to ceiling Beatles posters? Check.
OMG guys, One Direction might be our new Beatles!
Your world is a bit more complicated than you expected. But don’t worry, you’ll pick it up.
The many faces of Sir Mick.
Let’s go for a late night drive, shall we?
When it comes to singing about heartaches, no decade did it better than the ‘70s.
Eight sexy photos that will start you up. WARNING: bad puns ahead.
Don’t bite the hand that feeds you, or, you know, do.
After 24 seasons, it’d be easier to list who HASN’T been on the show. It’s still unclear whether or not Michael Jackson counts, though.
And as it turns out, she can totally nail “Beast of Burden.”
Plus 20 of the best songs ever written for movies, a sea otter who knows how to relax, and the continued survival of the Rolling Stones.
When your ability to make arts & crafts doesn’t exactly match your obsessive fandom. Happy nightmares!
You love the games, you love the songs. It’s like peanut butter and jelly for your other senses.
There’s still some time to make your masterpiece. Just ask Kanye West, M.I.A., and LCD Soundsystem.
HBO’s new film is, against all odds, the definitive document about the band — but on their terms.
The director of the new Rolling Stones documentary Crossfire Hurricane talks about his struggle to tell the band’s story. Plus: exclusive clips of the HBO doc.
Here are the best moments from the new movie Charlie Is My Darling, which features rare footage of the band shot in 1965. They were just kids!
Music is great, but it’s better with frosting. And yeah, that’s a Nickelback cake.
Flashback to when The Beatles, The Rolling Stones, The Who and The Kinks were all brand new.
Just an FYI in case you wanted to know about expensive concert tickets and/or totally gross word combinations.
Well, “tour” may be an overstatement, it’s only going to be four shows in London and Newark, New Jersey. But they were running out of time to celebrate their 50th anniversary, so…
It’s called “Doom and Gloom” and it’s going to one of two new tunes on GRRR!, a new hits collection celebrating their 50th anniversary.
Designer Viktor Hertz created these awesome posters based off of the bands music.