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The man who directed the classic 1970 Rolling Stones documentary Gimme Shelter, has died. Albert Maysles [MAY-zuhls] passed away Thursday of natural causes at age 88, Variety reports.
The new Kansas documentary Miracles Out of Nowhere will get its television premiere on Friday, March 20, four days before the film will be commercially released as Blu-ray/CD and DVD/CD sets and as a deluxe multi-disc package. The movie, which focuses on the band's rise to success during the 1970s and celebrates the group's 40th anniversary, will air at 9 p.m. ET/PT on the Palladia network and 9 p.m. ET/6 p.m. PT on VH1 Classic.
Paul McCartney is bringing his Out There tour to Europe in 2015, including a May 28 concert in his hometown of Liverpool.
Last year, Joe Perry revealed that he had worked on a secret recording project with Paul McCartney, and now the Aerosmith guitarist has shared more details about the collaboration with Rolling Stone. Perry says Sir Paul lent his talents to a song that will appear on the covers album Alice Cooper is recording with his new supergroup Hollywood Vampires, which also features Joe and actor Johnny Depp.
Paul McCartney has delivered a little treat to his fans, raiding his archives to make three rare Wings tracks available for free download online. Sir Paul tipped off fans to their existence in a message posted on his Facebook page that reads, "Have you heard these previously unreleased tracks from Wings??" and links to the "Downloads" section of his official website.
(NEW YORK) -- You would think Judi Dench has tons to be happy about. The iconic actress has a career dating back to the 1960s, which includes an Oscar win and even being made a dame by Queen Elizabeth.
(NEW YORK) -- Bobbi Kristina Brown’s partner Nick Gordon has entered rehab.
(NEW YORK) -- Acclaimed actress and Cinderella star Cate Blanchett just adopted a daughter, ABC News has confirmed.
(VENICE, Calif.) -- Spine surgeon Sanjay Khurana was playing golf Thursday when a single-engine, World War II-era plane crashed on the course.
(NEW YORK) -- Here's a look at the new movies opening nationwide Friday: