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Mick Jagger

Born: 26 July 1943, Dartford, England
“It’s very important to do new things. You’re still vibrant; you still have a lot to say”

Charlie Watts

Born: 2 June 1941, Islington, England
“We love to keep playing and working - it’s just a chemistry that works”

Ronnie Wood

Born: 1 June 1947, London, England
“Giving pleasure and feeling adrenaline from the audience is a great buzz - it keeps you young”

Keith Richards

Born: 18 December 1943, Dartford, England
“[on stage] I always have a sense of anticipation – the feeling that I’m a tiger and a mans about open the cage and let me out”


A Bigger Bang


A Bigger Bang is an ambitious, wide-ranging collection of hard-hitting, high-powered rock and blues songs. Running a full sixteen tracks, it is the band's longest new album since 1972's Exile on Main Street.

Key cuts include "Streets Of Love," the first international single; "Rough Justice," which will be targeted to U.S.rock radio formats; and "Back Of My Hand," a raw, rough-edged new song in the classic Rolling Stones blues style. Other titles include "It Won't Take Long," "Laugh, I Nearly Died" and "Rain Fall Down" as well as two tracks featuring Keith Richards' lead vocal, "This Place Is Empty," and "Infamy."



The Rolling Stones


It's hard to overestimate the importance of the Rolling Stones in rock & roll history. The group, which formed in London in 1962, distilled so much of the music that had come before it and has exerted a decisive influence on so much that has come after. Only a handful of musicians in any genre achieve that stature, and the Stones stand proudly among them.



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