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- The Rolling Stones is named after the Muddy Water song called "Rollin' Stone Blues".
- They began as a group in 1957 in England.
- Before the Stones, Brian used the artistname Elmo Lewis.
- The Tongue Logo and the 'Sticky Fingers' album cover was designed by Andy Warhol.
- The cover model for the 'Sticky Fingers' album was Andy Warhol's favorite actor Joe Dallesandro.
- The members of the first Stones gig on July 12 1962 were Mick Jagger, Keith Richards, Brian Jones, Ian Stewart, Dick
Taylor and Tony Chapman.
- The first Rolling Stones was three Stone brothers.
- Before drums, Charlie played banjo.
- 'The Glimmer Twins' are Mick Jagger & Keith Richards.
- Nanker Phelge is a group composition pseudonym.
- They traded the rights to their hit song 'Paint It Black' with Steinlager Beer Co. for a lifetime supply of lager.
- The Stones were the first group to recieve royalties from the Soviet Union in 1975.
- Neil Young named 'The New Barbarians'.
- Keith is a better lover than Mick, according to Marianne Faithfull.
- Ronnie destroyed his nose on the 1978 tour with his cocaine abuse.
- A furious Keith wrote 'Gimme Shelter' in 20 minutes when it was clear that Mick and Anita Pallenberg was not just
acting in the 'Performance' sex scene. The sequence has been released as a soft porno movie in Holland.
- Keith's tuning is, low to high; G D G B D (low E string removed).
SOME SONG WORKING TiTLES:
Silver Blanket (Salt Of The Earth)
Tall & Slender Blondes (She's So Cold)
Wish A Woman (Dance, Pt.2)
Bulldog (Little T & A)
SOME ALBUM WORKING TITLES
Sticky Fingers (Let It Bleed)
April Fools (Black And Blue)
Cosmic Christmas (Their Satanic Majesties Request)
Blessed Poison (Bridges To Babylon)
Tattoo (Tattoo You)
More Fast Numbers (Some Girls)
Tropical Disease (Exile On Main St.)
Could You Walk On The Water? (Aftermath)
Butt Naked (Stripped)
Keith Richards - Dec. 18, 1943
Bobby Keys - Dec. 18, 1943
Charlie Watts - June 2, 1941
Ronnie Wood - June 1, 1947
Bill Wyman - October 24th, 1936
Brian Jones - February 28, 1942 - July 3, 1969
Mick Taylor - January 17, 1949
Ian Stewart - 1938 - December 12th, 1985
Bobby Keys - December 18th, 1943
Chuck Leavell - 1952
Darryl Jones - December 11th, 1961
Mick Jagger - Michael Philip Jagger
Keith Richards - 'Keef'
Charlie Watts - Charles Robert Watts
Ronnie Wood - 'Ron' and 'Woody'
Ian Stewart - 'Stu', 'Stew', the 'Sixth Stone'
Brian Jones - Elmo Lewis
Bill Wyman - William George Perks
Mick Taylor - Michael Kevin Taylor
Mick Jagger - Dartford, England
Keith Richards - Dartford, England
Charlie Watts - London, England
Ronnie Wood - Hillington, England
Bill Wyman - Lewisham, England
Brian Jones - Cheltenham, England
Mick Taylor - Hatfield, Hertfordshire, England
Ian Stewart - Glasgow, Scotland
Chuck Leavell - Birmingham, Alabama
Darryl Jones - Chicago
Bernard Fowler - Long Island City, New York
Blondie Chaplin - Durban, South Africa
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