Rolling Stones

Satisfaction For Israeli Stones Fans: Band Has Arrived

06/03/2014
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JERUSALEM — The Rolling Stones arrived in Israel two days before their scheduled Tel Aviv concert.

You Can’t Always Get What You Want

04/01/2014
Special To The Jewish Week

Observant Jews in Israel can’t get no satisfaction.

That was the mantra this week as word spread that the Rolling Stones will make their first-ever appearance in the Jewish state on June 4. The reason for the dissatisfaction: because the Tel Aviv show will begin just a few minutes after the end of Shavuot (Israelis keep one day of Shavuot, not two), which rules out attendance for most of those who observe the holiday.

Everybody must get Stoned: Timing of the Rolling Stones’ Tel Aviv show irks religious Jews. Getty Images

No Satisfaction For Religious Rolling Stones Fans

03/26/2014
Israel Correspondent

Observant Jews in Israel can’t get no satisfaction.

That’s the mantra this week as word spread that the Rolling Stones will make their first-ever appearance in the Jewish state on June 4. The reason for the dissatisfaction: because the Tel Aviv show will begin just a few minutes after the end of Shavuot (Israelis keep one day of Shavuot, not two).

The Rolling Stones played Glastonbury this summer; soon, they'll be in Israel. Getty Images

Rolling Stones Contemplating First Israel Gig

01/08/2014
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The Rolling Stones are in negotiations to play their first-ever concert in Israel, according to the Jewish Chronicle.

Tim Boxer On Sid Bernstein

08/28/2013
Jewish Week Online Columnist
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Sid Bernstein, the producer and promoter who started the British invasion to America with the Rolling Stones, Beatles and Herman’s Hermits, told me how he was introduced to the world of music.

Sid Bernstein meets the Backwards, a Beatles parody group, in 2008 at the 92nd St. Y.  Tim Boxer
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