The Rolling Stones

Mostly Credited As: The Rolling Stones
Sometimes Credited As: Rolling Stones

Date Of Birth: January, 1963
Country Of Birth: United Kingdom
Birth Place: London, England

The Rolling Stones

The band formed in 1962, when Keith Richards (guitarist and vocalist) met Mick Jagger (vocalist) and Brian Jones (guitarist, vocalist) . They decided to make a Rock 'n Roll band, but they never thought that they were going to be as successful as they are. Then, they met Ian "Stu" Stewart (pianist), Mick Taylor (bassist) and Mick Avery (drummer), who was replaced by Tony Chapman. However, they replaced Chapman with Charlie Watts and Taylor returned to the Art School and left the band.

The Rolling Stones started playing at the Marquee Club in London, Great Britain, and they became a big success there. Then, they got their residence at the Crawdaddy Club in Richmont, where they met The Beatles.

They shortly became a very successful band, and they recorded their first album with legendary songs like "Sympathy for the Devil", "Under my Thumb", and several other songs.

In 1967, The Rolling Stones recorded a Psychedelic Rock album in order to gain more popularity. A lot of bands were recording them, and they decided to do the same. The album was called "Their Satanic Majesties Requests" and it wasn't successful, so the band decided to return to their blues/rock 'n roll typical style. 2 years later, Brian Jones left the band and he was replaced by Mick Taylor almost immediately.

Since Mick Taylor joined, the band became probably the most important rock 'n roll band in the world with The Beatles. In 3 years (1969-1972), they recorded their 3 most successful and important albums, Beggars Banquet, Sticky Fingers and Exile on Main Street.

Mick Taylor left the band again in 1974 and he was replaced by Ron Wood 2 years later. The band was still very important and they recorded other significant discs like Some Girls and Tatoo You, which kept them in the top of the music charts and made them earn some awards. After recording these 2 discs, they started a huge music tour around the world which took months. It was one of the most important and biggest tours in the history of the band.

The Rolling Stones recorded a new album, Steel Wheels in 1989 and they were inducted into the Rock 'n Roll Hall of Fame in the same year. A couple of years later, Bill Wyman left the band and they started a new huge tour around the world.

-1964 The Rolling Stones
-1964 12 X 5
-1965 Rolling Stones No. 2
-1965 The Rolling Stones Now!
-1965 Out of Our Heads
-1965 December's Children (And Everybody's)
-1966 Aftermath
-1967 Between the Buttons
-1967 Flowers
-1967 Their Satanic Majesties Requests
-1968 Beggars Banquet
-1969 Let It Bleed
-1971 Sticky Fingers
-1972 Exile on Main Street
-1973 Goats Head Soup
-1974 It's Only Rock and Roll
-1976 Black and Blue
-1977 Love You Live
-1978 Some Girls
-1980 Emotional Rescue
-1981 Tattoo You
-1983 Undercover
-1986 Dirty Work
-1989 Steel Wheels
-1994 Voodoo Lounge
-1997 Bridges to Babylon

TV Appearances

Main cast 
The Rolling Stones Return to Hyde Park: Sweet Summer Sun (2013)As: Themselves
Episode Cast Credits 

The One Show (2006) 
  November 23, 2012 07x75: (Nov/23/2012) As Themselves 

Stand Up To Cancer (2012) 
  Stand Up To Cancer 2012 (Oct/19/2012) As Themselves 

Super Bowl (1967) 
  Super Bowl XL 40x01: (Feb/05/2006) As Themselves (Halftime Show), [Musical Guests]

TFI Friday (1996) 
  TFI The Rolling Stones (May/08/1999) As Themselves 

Saturday Night Live (1975) 
  The Rolling Stones 04x01: (Oct/07/1978) As Themselves (Hosts/Musical Guests) 

Rock Concert (1973) 
  Kool & The Gang / The Rolling Stones / Waylon Jennings 02x08: (Sep/23/1974) As Themselves 
  The Doobie Brothers / Earth, Wind & Fire / The Rolling Stones 01x01: (Sep/27/1973) As Themselves 

Top Of The Pops (UK) (1964) 
  27 December 1973 (Ten Years of Pop Music) 10x50: (Dec/27/1973) As Themselves (Archive Footage) 
  10 June 1965 02x24: (Jun/10/1965) As Themselves 
  11 March 1965 02x10: (Mar/11/1965) As Themselves 
  4 March 1965 02x09: (Mar/04/1965) As Themselves 

Beat-Club (1965) 
  Grateful Dead / Kinks / Chuck Berry / Rolling Stones (on film) 07x08: (May/27/1972) As Themselves 

The Ed Sullivan Show (1948) 
  Ella Fitzgerald, The Rolling Stones 23x09: (Nov/23/1969) As Themselves 
  Petula Clark, The Rolling Stones 20x18: (Jan/15/1967) As Themselves 
  The Rolling Stones, Red Skelton 20x01: (Sep/11/1966) As Themselves 
  The Rolling Stones, Ethel Merman 19x22: (Feb/13/1966) As Themselves 

Ready Steady Go! (1963) 
  RSG! The New Year Starts Here! (1966 New Years Show) 03x18: (Dec/31/1965) As Themselves 
  The Rolling Stones; The Kinks; The Yardbirds 02x40: (Jun/04/1965) As Themselves 
  The Rolling Stones; The Animals; Roger Miller 02x32: (Apr/09/1965) As Themselves 
  The Rolling Stones; The Who; Dave Clark 5; Animals 02x26: (Feb/26/1965) As Themselves 

Shindig (1964) 
  The Byrds / McCoys / Rolling Stones / Chad & Jill 02x01: (Sep/16/1965) As Themselves 
  Rolling Stones / Howlin' Wolf / Sonny & Cher / Jackie DeShannon 01x38: (May/26/1965) As Themselves 

The Red Skelton Show (1951) 
  From London: Sebastian Cabot; The Rolling Stones 14x17: (Nov/10/1964) As Themselves 
  Maurice Evans / The Rolling Stones 14x04: (Sep/29/1964) As Themselves 

The Hollywood Palace (1964) 
  Host: Ed Wynn / The Rolling Stones 02x02: (Sep/26/1964) As Themselves 
  Host: Dean Martin / The Rolling Stones 01x24: (Jun/13/1964) As Themselves 
Crew Credits

Show Crew

Miami Medical (2010)• Theme Song Performed By

Episode Crew

Featured Songs

Beavis and Butt-Head Songs:
Special Delivery + Love Is Strong 
Close Encounters + "Love Is Strong" 
Trouble Urinating + "Emotional Rescue" 
Super Bowl Songs:
Super Bowl XL + (I Can't Get No) Satisfaction
+ Rough Justice
+ Start Me Up 
My Name Is Earl Songs:
The Trial + Can't You Hear Me Knocking 
G.E.D. + 19th Nervous Breakdown 
American Idol Songs:
Top 12 Results Show + Jumpin Jack Flash
+ Ruby Tuesday 
Top 12 Finalists Perform + Angie
+ Beast of Burden
+ Gimme Shelter
+ Honky Tonk Women
+ It's All Over Now
+ Miss You
+ Paint It Black
+ Playing with Fire
+ Ruby Tuesday
+ Under My Thumb
+ Wild Horses
+ You Can't Always Get What You Want 
House Songs:
Both Sides Now + As Tears Go By 
Don't Ever Change + Waiting for a Friend 
Meaning + You Can't Always Get What You Want 
Acceptance + You Can't Always Get What You Want 
Honeymoon + You Can't Always Get What You want 
Pilot + You Can't Always Get What You Want 
Bates Motel Songs:
First You Dream, Then You Die + Beast of Burden 
The Wonder Years Songs:
Ladies and Gentlemen... The Rolling Stones + Brown Sugar 
Jan Smit, de zomer voorbij Songs:
Benidorm, Spain + Brown sugar 
Alias Songs:
Passage (2) + Emotional Rescue 
Wereld draait door, De Songs:
Season 4, Episode 173 + Fool To Cry
+ It's Only Rock and Roll 
100 Höjdare!!! Songs:
Skandinaviens skönaste människor - Avsnitt 4 + Get Off Of My Cloud
+ Sympathy For The Devil 
Sveriges skönaste människor - Skåne + Start Me Up 
Entourage Songs:
The Abyss + Gimme Shelter 
Exodus + Monkey Man 
Good Morning Saigon + Sympathy for the Devil 
Covert Affairs Songs:
World Leader Pretend + Gimme Shelter 
Person of Interest Songs:
Shadow Box + Gimme Shelter 
Monday Mornings Songs:
Pilot + Gimme Shelter 
Top Of The Pops (UK) Songs:
1 January 1964 + I Wanna Be Your Man 
Memphis Beat Songs:
The Things We Carry + I'm a King Bee 
Supernatural Songs:
The Man Who Knew Too Much + Playing With Fire 
Bloody Mary + Laugh, I Nearly Died 
The Sopranos Songs:
Soprano Home Movies + Moonlight Mile
+ Out of Time 
Kaisha + Moonlight Mile 
Rat Pack + Undercover of the Night 
Funhouse + Thru and Thru 
Brothers & Sisters Songs:
An American Family + No Expectations 
Top 2000 Songs:
Top 2000 A GO-GO + Satisfaction 
Top 2000 A GO-GO + Not fade away 
Top 2000 A GO-GO + The Last Time 
Melrose Place (1992) Songs:
Just Say No + Out of Tears 
Dr. Jekyll Saves His Hide + Out of Tears 
ER Songs:
Time of Death + Out of Time 
Life on Mars (US) Songs:
Out Here in the Fields + Out of Time 
Absolutely Fabulous Songs:
Birthday + Satisfaction 
All Stars Songs:
Fluitvader + Satisfaction 
Californication Songs:
Dead Rock Stars + Shine A Light 
...And Justice for All + You Can't Always Get What You Want 
The Last Waltz + You Can't Always Get What You Want 
Pilot + You Can't Always Get What You Want 
Elementary Songs:
The Leviathan + Shine a Light 
Q & Q Songs:
Geluiden + Silver Train 
Nip/Tuck Songs:
Faith Wolper, PhD + Slave 
The Good Guys (2010) Songs:
Partners + Street Fighting Man 
Dan on the Run + You Can't Always Get What You Want 
Las Vegas Songs:
Fidelity, Security, Delivery + Streets of Love 
Joan of Arcadia Songs:
Common Thread + Sympathy for the Devil 
Stargate Atlantis Songs:
Vegas + Sympathy for the Devil 
666 Park Avenue Songs:
What Ever Happened to Baby Jane? + Sympathy for the Devil 
Sleepy Hollow Songs:
Awakening + Sympathy for the Devil 
Bad Blood + Sympathy for the Devil 
Pilot + Sympathy for the Devil 
The Blacklist Songs:
The Freelancer + Sympathy for the Devil 
Flikken Maastricht Songs:
Afgemaakt + Time is on my side 
Hall of Fame Songs:
Season 1, Episode 1 + Under My Thumb 
Life on Mars (UK) Songs:
Series 1, Episode 4 + Wild Horse 
Veronica Mars Songs:
Mars vs. Mars + Worried About You 
Moonlighting Songs:
My Fair David + You Can't Always Get What You Want 
Voetbalvrouwen Songs:
Season 2, Episode 11 + You Can't Always Get What You Want 
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The Rolling Stones is currently the longest surviving Rock 'n Roll band in the history.

The Rolling Stones' albums "12 X 5" and "Out of our Heads" hit #3 and #1 (respectively) in the "Billboard's Pop Albums chart".

More than 1.500.000 people attended The Rolling Stones' Copacabana Beach Show on February 18, 2006. This was the group's biggest audience of their career.

The Rolling Stones were signed with the recording labels of ABKCO, Decca Bootleg, Decca, Alex, Imports, Swingin' Pig and Rolling Stones. They are currently signed with Virgin Records.

The name "The Rolling Stones" comes from "Muddy Water's" song "Rolling Stone".

The Rolling Stones appeared in the film "Toronto Rocks".

Their song, Sympathy of the Devil, was the theme song in the movie "Fallen".

In 2003, they produced the films "Licks Around the World" and "Rolling Stones: 4 Flicks".

The Rolling Stones played the song "Paint it Back" in the film "Twisted metal: Black" (2001)

The Rolling Stones hit #2 in the 1960 Rock Charts. The only group that was over them was "The Beatles".

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