What first brought them together remains the bond that reunites them time and time again.The same passion that led a six-year-old girl (and future writer and musician) to select a Rolling Stones album as her first musical purchase.Fifty years of Rock and Roll, not bad for a group who's charismatic front man once said, "I'd rather be dead than singing satisfaction when I'm forty-five.""Get off of My Cloud": The boys have endured decades of chaotic tours, drug-fueled years of heart-pounding excess and unbelievable pandemonium. Mick and Keith have torn apart, gone their separate ways more than once, yet somehow always end up eventually sharing the same stage.
A Celebration of the reissued"Exile on Main Street" and a tribute to the One and Only... One fateful day in 1960, Mick Jagger ambled through the railway station at Dartford, England, clutching a handful of albums including blues great, Muddy Waters, and early rocker, Chuck Berry.An old school chum, Keith Richards, took notice and in that instant a new probable universe emerged."Early Rolling Stones playing "The Last Time": Recognizing the potential of the songwriting team of Lennon/Mc Cartney, Andrew also allegedly locked Jagger and Richards into a room, not to emerge until they'd written a song.Another great legend I remember fondly is when Mick and Keith met up with John and Paul to receive a 'hit song' to record.Upon his urging, they dropped the Beatle boots and slick jackets and cultivated a rough and raw image.
It was Andrew who planted the initial attention-grabbing headline, "Would You Let Your Daughter Marry a Rolling Stone?
Christened in tribute to the Muddy Waters song of the same name, The Rollin' Stones played their first gig in July of 1962.
Within six months, Bill Wyman's brilliant bass and jazz drummer, Charlie Watt's, signature percussion would round out the band. In 1963, former Beatles publicist, Andrew Oldham, grabbed the wheel at the age of nineteen and steered the young rockers onto a path of fame and fortune.
Her creative spirit leads her to compose fanciful stories, dance madly with her girlfriends, pen motivational essays for writers, and, of course, play songs on her guitar until the wee hours.
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Brian Jones, a phenomenal slide guitarist, was the blues purist who founded the group.