Mick Jagger, Jeff Beck on 'SNL': Some NBC stations censor song


Near the end of Saturday's season finale, the 68-year-old Rolling Stones frontman performed "Tea Party," a bluesy number featuring guitar virtuoso Jeff Beck. Jagger told the audience he wrote the song, which is about the current presidential campaign

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Jeff Beck, the owner of Demopolis Marketplace and its surrounding Gateway Plaza, approached the council to voice his concerns with the location of the substation. “I feel like it has created an unfair and un-level playing field,” Beck said of the

If you're going out, go out big! That's exactly what the season finale of 'Saturday Night Live' did with its musical guests (and farewell to cast member Kristen Wiig). Rock legend Mick Jagger served as 'SNL' host, but the Rolling Stones frontman

Jeff Beck is famed now for his wild whammy pyrotechnics, volume swells and an avant-garde sense of melody, but once upon a time he was a hard-hitting player who expanded on his early love of blues. From the late '60s to mid-'70s, Beck tended to favor

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