The Rolling Stones have offered up another listen to their new album, Blue and Lonesome, which will be out on December 2nd.
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The Rolling Stones will use today’s technology to talk about a bunch of old blues songs.
The new Rolling Stones album is called Blue & Lonesome and it’s co-produced by Detroit’s own Don Was.
Ahead of the announcement Thursday regarding their first studio album in 11 years — a collection of blues covers — The Rolling Stones have posted another video.
The Rolling Stones have posted a 10-second video showing some behind-the-scenes footage from the recording sessions for their blues album, which they will officially announce on Thursday.