The Rolling Stones created (and continue to set) the template for what a great rock-n-roll band should and can be (hence their standing title reign as "The Greatest Rock-N-Roll Band in the World!") Join us for an in-depth look into the group, from it's iconic members and their archetypal roles within the band (the master showman lead singer, the genre-defining outlaw guitar players, the unparalleled rhythm section) to their legendary music, myths, mayhem, and media mastery.
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Welcome back to Hard Labor and Money Splashes! We conclude our coverage of the Stones' recent No Filter 2021 tour stop in our hometown of Detroit, MI. We dive deeper into the ins and outs of the setlist, the stage setup, Steve Jordan's drumming, the ... more
Welcome back to Hard Labor and Money Splashes! This week we dive into part one of our special No Filter 2021 tour bonus coverage, specifically the Stones' recent stop in our hometown of Detroit, MI. We discuss the opening tribute to Charlie, the stag... more
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