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  • Butler choir to sing with Rolling Stones at Indy Speedway

    Butler choir to sing with Rolling Stones at Indy Speedway
    The Butler University Chorale will back up Mick Jagger and the Rolling Stones during their concert Saturday at the Indianapolis Motor Speedway.
  • Butler choir group to sing with Rolling Stones at Speedway

    The Butler University Chorale will back up Mick Jagger and the Rolling Stones during their concert Saturday at the Indianapolis Motor Speedway. Butler Director of Choral Activities Eric Stark says the 26-member chorale is rehearsing this week to...

    Penn State's Concert Choir to sing with Rolling Stones

    Members of Penn State University's classically trained Concert Choir will get to take the stage alongside Mick Jagger and the Rolling Stones when the band plays Pittsburgh's Heinz Field. The legendary rock group often invites a local choir to sing backup...

    Techno music pioneering band Underworld remains ever current

    Techno music pioneering band Underworld remains ever current
    Underworld's Karl Hyde admits that when he took the stage at Barcelona, Spain's Primavera Sound Festival in May, he was a little anxious. The set he was about to play — a front-to-back live performance of his band's landmark 1994 techno album...

    A Rolling Stones first at 'secret' L.A. concert: All 10 songs from 'Sticky Fingers'

    A Rolling Stones first at 'secret' L.A. concert: All 10 songs from 'Sticky Fingers'
    “We’re going to do something we’ve never done before,” Mick Jagger said early in the Rolling Stones’ not-so-“secret” show Wednesday night at the 1,200-capacity Fonda Theatre in Hollywood to launch the group’...