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Filmmaker Oliver Stone has apologized for comments in which he claimed that Jews dominate the media and suggested that Adolph Hitler’s actions during WWII should be put “into context.” In an interview with the Sunday Times of London, Stone compared Hitler to Frankenstein’s monster, reports Entertainment Weekly. “There was also a Dr. Frankenstein. German industrialists, […] Continue reading Oliver Stone’s apology for comments on Hitler, Jews

English guitarist Jo Wood has said that his band Rolling Stones has no plans of retirement. Wood said that they have made up their mind to ‘rock till we drop’. Tabloids had reported that the Brown Sugar hit makers had agreed to bid farewell to the band’s 50-year career with a farewell tour in 2011. […] Continue reading ‘No retirement plans for Rolling Stones’, says Jo Wood

The Rolling Stones are reportedly planning to retire and will embark on a farewell tour next year.The “Satisfaction” hitmakers have sold over 200 million albums since storming the charts as part of pop’s “British Invasion” in 1962. The veteran rockers — comprising Sir Mick Jagger and Keith Richards, both 66, Charlie Watts, 69, and Ronnie Wood, […] Continue reading The Rolling Stones Retiring? Rock Band Planning 2011 Farewell Tour

English rock band The Rolling Stones are set to hang up their mikes after 50-years in music by holding a giant farewell tour. The band, which formed in 1962, will hold the world tour from next year and it will continue on till 2012 when they will celebrate their half-century. The four will have a […] Continue reading Rolling Stones to bow out after 50 yrs in music – with giant farewell tour

‘Rolling Stones’ member Keith Richards is keen on the band creating a new album.
The guitarist hopes frontman Mick Jagger will show interest too.
The group had released their last album ‘A Bigger Bang’ five years ago.
“I’m trying to find out when it will happen myself. I sent a note to Charlie Watts [the Stones drummer] saying, […] Continue reading Keith Richards plans Rolling Stones’ new album