“Miss You” was originally released on May 10, 1978, in the United States, but had to wait for another 16 days before it saw its release in the United Kingdom. The song was part of the band’s 16th American studio album, ‘Some Girls’.
After enjoying lots of airplay in America, this song managed to occupy the summit of Billboard’s Hot 100 in 1978. The song further performed well in weekly charts in other countries such as the Netherlands, Belgium, United Kingdom, Canada, and the United States.
De Staat are a rock band opening the floodgates to an intoxicating, even dizzying, array of genres, which is not particularly unusual for them. It’s been woven into their DNA since day one.
Through their own brand of rock more and more people are noticing them over the years, which led De Staat to landing some highly coveted support slots including The Rolling Stones in Amsterdam and a run with Muse across Europe with their blockbusting 2016 Drones tour.
Dutch alternative rock band De Staat have won the International Rock Video Of The Year award at this year’s UK Music Video Awards. The prize comes for the video for Kitty Kitty, the first single to be taken from the band’s fifth studio album Bubble Gum. Tonight in concert at La Nau.
She’s a world-famous model who became the first lady of France, but music has always been one of Carla Bruni’s biggest passions. In her fifth album, “French Touch,” she performs her version of the iconic Rolling Stones song “Miss You.”
Veteran rockers Jagger, Richards, Watts and Wood are back at the Olympic Stadium in their only stop in Spain during their 13-date ‘Stones – No Filter’ tour around Europe, which is a continuation of their South American tour last year which closed with a historic concert in Havana. Tonight you’re sure to hear some of the band’s all-time greatest hits, along with tracks from their 2016 album, ‘Blue & Lonesome’, which marks a return to their blues roots.
“Ride ‘Em On Down” arrives as part of Blue and Lonesome, the Stones’ first original studio effort since 2005’s A Bigger Bang. The best-known version of “Ride ‘Em On Down” arrived courtesy of Eddie Taylor, who released his version in 1955 on Vee-Jay. That was based on a “30s-era” original by Delta blues legend Bukka White.
No doubt you can hum Ramin Djawadi’s iconic Game Of Thrones theme song in your sleep, but did you know that he is also the ghost in the machine for the music of Westworld? In addition to writing the sci-fi thriller’s harrowing opening score, setting the stage for the asymptotic nearing of AI singularity, Djawadi also covered all of the songs you hear interpreted into the old-timey clang of the player piano. So far the songs that Djawadi has reconfigured for the Western aesthetic of Westworld include Soundgarden’s “Black Hole Sun,” Radiohead’s “No Surprises,” The Rolling Stones’ “Paint It Black,” and The Cure’s “A Forest.”
This weekend, six of music’s most iconic acts descend on Indio, California for the first Desert Trip Festival, a.k.a. “Oldchella.” Friday featured performances from Bob Dylan and The Rolling Stones. The latter act treated the high-paying audience to a few unexpected performances, namely a cover of The Beatles’ “Come Together” (the first time they’ve played the song live); the first performance of Tattoo You track “Little T&A” in a decade; and “Ride’ Em on Down” from their forthcoming album Blue and Lonesome.