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14 years ago today, the TV series “24” premiered on Fox, with the buzzy format of each 24-episode season covering 24 hours in the life of Counter Terrorist Unit agent Jack Bauer, played by Kiefer Sutherland. The show premiered less than two months after the September 11 attacks, making Bauer’s efforts to protect America from terrorism plots that much more resonant with viewers. “24” lasted for eight seasons, earning several Emmy Awards along the way, including one for Outstanding Drama Series in 2006. Last year, it was revived for a 12-episode limited series. Other notable November 6 happenings in pop culture history: • 1965: The Rolling Stones’ “Get Off Of My Cloud” took the No. 1 spot on the Billboard Hot 100. The song was their second No. 1 hit — “(I Can’t Get No) Satisfaction” had topped the chart earlier that year. • 1967: Bob Dylan recorded “All Along the Watchtower” in Nashville, Tenn. • 1981: “Time Bandits” opened in U. »
- Emily Rome
Just one day after Taylor's duet with Aerosmith frontman Steven Tyler, Rolling Stones legend Mick Jagger teamed up with the pop princess at Music City's Bridgestone Arena for a rendition of his band's classic song, "(I Can't Get No) Satisfaction."
Taylor let the performance speak mostly for itself on social media, Tweeting pictures with a simple "drops mic" caption and emoji. She was similarly concise on Instagram, writing, "Mick. Jagger. Nashville," to accompany a ...
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[[tmz:video id="0_6ewagy72"]] Taylor Swift bridged the gap in awesome style Saturday night in Nashville when Mick Jagger hopped on stage and the duo sang one of the best songs in the history of music -- "(I Can't Get No) Satisfaction." Taylor's had a bunch of stars make appearances during her concerts, but the Rolling Stones frontman definitely takes the cake. Read more »
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The Rolling Stones have earned $109.7 million on their Us tour. The band performed 14 dates across the Us during their 'Zip Code' tour - which began in May before ending earlier this month - and pocketed themselves the huge sum of money after selling 628,733 tickets. In total, Billboard magazine reports the 'Satisfaction' hitmakers - comprised of Sir Mick Jagger, Keith Richards, Charlie Watts and Ronnie Wood - received gross earnings of $109.7 million (£70 million) for the live stint. The string of dates came after several tours across Asia, Europe, Australia, New Zealand since 2012, when the band reformed following a five-year hiatus. Meanwhile, The Rolling Stones recently announced their first international exhibition, 'Exhibitionism', which will open at London's Saatchi Gallery in April 2016. On show in the exhibition will be over 500 artefacts from the band's personal archives including original stage designs, rare guitars and instruments as well as previously unheard audio »
The Rolling Stones are taking part in their first ever Twitter Q&A session. The 'Satisfaction' hitmakers will take to the social media site at 6pm on Monday 18th May to personally respond to questions from users through a series of messages and videos. The band's members, Sir Mick Jagger, Ronnie Wood and Keith Richards, will each respond to the questions using their own Twitter handles with another special announcement planned to surprise fans on the night. According to NME, the band - who are set to embark on a North American tour over the summer - have also said they are going to keep fans up to date on Twitter about their upcoming LP 'Sticky Fingers'. Meanwhile, the group's Us tour will be their first since their saxophone player Bobby Keys passed away in December, aged 70. However, Sir Mick, 71, has made it clear he has no plans to retire just yet. »
Brett Morgen has been called the Mad Scientist of the documentary world with his latest film, the long-awaited Kurt Cobain biography “Montage of Heck.” Morgen certainly lives up to that billing, creating an explosive and totally unique visual and cinematic experiences out of the fallen rock god’s various creations. I have known Brett since we were both 14 years old, having gone to high school and then college together, where we were in roommates. Since the first days of our acquaintance, I have never known anyone with such a firm sense of who he was and what he wanted to do, and that has only strengthened over the years. However, what astonished me seeing “Montage” for the first time was how much his creative skills have grown as a director, so that wild, unstoppable sense of Brettism is now married to awe-inspiring technical superpowers, that have enabled him to produce what in my very-biased mind, »
- Richard Rushfield
On paper, a battle between former heavyweight champ Mike Tyson and muscle factory/actor Terry Crews would be a title bout on the level of Mayweather vs. Pacquiao. However, instead of stepping into the ring, the two behemoths had a showdown Thursday night in a much-friendlier arena: Lip Sync Battle. In the opening round, Iron Mike busted out with the Rolling Stones' "Satisfaction," while the Brooklyn Nine-Nine actor countered with Run-d.M.C.'s "Sucker MCs."
While Tyson was likely the crowd favorite going in – the fleet-footed boxer does an admirable impersonation »
7 items from 2015
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