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.
What first brought them together remains the bond that reunites them time and time again.
Satisfied that their effort would not be wasted, the Beatle boys excused themselves and went into another room Why indeed?
The Stones endured many transitions over the years.
After my own endless years of being a Stones fan, what can I say?
It's only Rock-n-Roll, but I like it."It's Only Rock and Roll" during the Bridges to Babylon Tour 97-98: On those occasional times when Chiron steps away from her computer, she is often found, guitar in hand, strumming away and crooning her favorite tunes.
Young blues virtuoso, Mick Taylor, replaced Brian and heralded what many consider the peak of the Rolling Stones recording history.
In 1974, feeling frustrated and underappreciated, Taylor left the band to pursue other avenues of musical expression.1971 Marquee Club, "I Got the Blues": After auditioning a number of likely choices, Ronnie Wood, fresh from a highly successful career with The Faces, was chosen as the new co-lead guitarist.
Although they literally were heading in different directions, Mick off to the London School of Economics, and Keith to Sidcup Art College, their souls were on the same track.
Within four years, their mutual passion would become the beating heart of a rock band that still endures half a century later.
This time though, unlike Ronnie Wood or Mick Taylor.