There's a vampire playing guitar, zombies on the drums and bass, a wild furry animal playing the other guitar, and a savage howling the vocals. If you were a parent in the 1960s, this may well have been your view of London's notorious Rolling Stones. If you were a teen, however, you would have seen freedom— freedom from school, work, and parents. You would have felt empowered…
The Rolling Stones
From Pebbles to Stones - Surrendering To The Music, The Glimmer Twins, Getting It Together, Rhythm Section Wanted
In many ways, it could be said that Brian Jones was the very first Rolling Stone.
On a Roll - A New Rolling Stone, Watts Happening, Stone Steady, Enter Andrew, Contracting A Contract
Brian's boys now had a name and a regular gig to cut their teeth on, but their lineup was still not as stable as they would have liked it to be.
Stone's Throw from Stardom - The Stones Start Rolling, Hide Your Daughters, Beating The Beatles, Recording, Releasing, And Touring
Now that the Rolling Stones were a signed band, they had to commit some of their blood, sweat, and tears to vinyl.
Stones on Top - New Management, Aftermath Of Success, 1967, Recovery Records, Rock And Roll Circus, Brian's Sad Decline
The Rolling Stones quickly followed up “Satisfaction” with the single “Get Off My Cloud,” which was another hit.
The Exiles - Sticky Situation, Exiles On Main Street, In The Soup, A Stones Replacement, Changing Times
At the dawn of a new decade (and in the wake of Beatlemania), the Rolling Stones found themselves at the top, enjoying their immense popularity. But they also found themselves with a brand new set of challenges to overcome. Chief among those was the problem of their finances. The Stones had been making huge amounts of money through their touring and record sales, but they found themselves depende…
At the beginning of the eighties, the Rolling Stones were facing what seemed like an uphill battle. The pop charts began looking like an alien landscape, with skinny-tied new wavers and slick, modern R & B taking control. The Stones were still playing rough, blues-based rock and roll, despite a couple of experiments with other music, and it was hard to see them having a place in the new ma…
The Stones continued to build on the momentum they began with Steel Wheels. They followed up Steel Wheels with their live album, Flashpoint, and two more studio albums, Voodoo Lounge in 1994 and Bridges to Babylon in 1997. They also recorded an acoustic album, Stripped, in 1995, and they released another live album, No Security, toward the end of the decade. They toured twice, once for Voodoo …
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