Charlie’s Good Tonight does a fine job of illuminating Charlie Watts’ personality and paying homage to the drummer’s admirable legacy.
The Rolling Stones
Book Review: “The Stone Age: Sixty Years of the Rolling Stones” — A Tabloid Take
The Stone Age is only about the gossip, to the point where even when something (potentially) true comes along, it still reads like trash.
Arts Reconsideration: The 1971 Project — Celebrating a Great Year in Music (April Entry)
Arts Fuse writers continue their countdown of great music celebrating its 50th anniversary this year, and the list includes Marvin Gaye, Link Wray, David Bowie, Jean Knight, and The Rolling Stones.
Rock Concert Review: “The Rolling Stones” — Loose and Feisty
The Rolling Stones were still up there, sounding vital, and that alone delivered satisfaction.
Book Review: Altamont — Rock’s Worst Day?
As a work of history, a journalistic account, and an astute study of a troubled subculture, Altamont is so engrossing that it almost disarms criticism.
Rock Concert Review: Viva The Rolling Stones at the TD Garden
Well, maybe this isn’t the last time. Maybe this isn’t the last tour. Maybe they’ll be around for a few more years at least. And why the hell not? The Stones have still got it, and they’re almost worth the money.