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Guess who performed with the Rolling Stones in Montreal last night
It’s Win Butler of Arcade Fire! The Stones are currently touring North America, bringing celebrity friends onstage along the way. Read our review of their May 26 Toronto show, which featured Carrie Underwood, here: http://natpo.st/12J0Wbx

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Guess who performed with the Rolling Stones in Montreal last night

It’s Win Butler of Arcade Fire! The Stones are currently touring North America, bringing celebrity friends onstage along the way. Read our review of their May 26 Toronto show, which featured Carrie Underwood, here: http://natpo.st/12J0Wbx

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Concert Review: The Rolling Stones outlasted everyone in the house – Rob Ford jokes and all — at the Air Canada Centre in Toronto on May 25: natpo.st/1aqEBSX

Rock photographer Bob Gruen on his greatest hitsThroughout the ’70s, photographer Bob Gruen toured extensively with the likes of The Clash, Blondie and The Sex Pistols, capturing candid shots of rock ’n’ roll legends while making lifelong friends along the way. Now Gruen has compiled his own “greatest hits” in a new book, Rock Seen, which launches in Toronto Oct. 15. The Post’s Ania Medrek spoke with Gruen about pop, punk and pictures.

Rock photographer Bob Gruen on his greatest hits
Throughout the ’70s, photographer Bob Gruen toured extensively with the likes of The Clash, Blondie and The Sex Pistols, capturing candid shots of rock ’n’ roll legends while making lifelong friends along the way. Now Gruen has compiled his own “greatest hits” in a new book, Rock Seen, which launches in Toronto Oct. 15. The Post’s Ania Medrek spoke with Gruen about pop, punk and pictures.

On the occasion of our fifth anniversary, way back in 2003, the National Post put together a series of front pages, wondering what they would have looked if we’d been around in previous ages. They’d been long forgotten until a dusty poster turned up under a reporter’s desk and now revived here. (Pages by Rob Mckenzie and Kagan McLeod)Previous: National Post, 1942Previous: National Post, 1929Previous: National Post, 1867Previous: Medieval PostPrevious: Imperial PostPrevious: Prehistoric Post

On the occasion of our fifth anniversary, way back in 2003, the National Post put together a series of front pages, wondering what they would have looked if we’d been around in previous ages. They’d been long forgotten until a dusty poster turned up under a reporter’s desk and now revived here. (Pages by Rob Mckenzie and Kagan McLeod)

Previous: National Post, 1942
Previous: National Post, 1929
Previous: National Post, 1867
Previous: Medieval Post
Previous: Imperial Post
Previous: Prehistoric Post