The Rolling Stones are an English rock band, formed in London in April 1962 by Brian Jones (guitar, harmonica), Ian Stewart (piano), Mick Jagger (lead vocals, harmonica), and Keith Richards (guitar, vocals). The Rolling Stones (Rolling Stounz) — the British rock group which has reached peak of popularity in the 1960th years, as more rigid "alternative" of The Beatles along with which remains to one of two great super groups in the history of a rock music. The Rolling Stones were unique that, their compositions created the new directions in pop music. Ian Stewart
Brain played on the BACKGROUND INFORMATION Guitar, harmonica, keyboard, trumpet, s axophone, percussion, clavinet, accordio Birth name:Lewis Brian Hopkins Jones n, cello. Also known as Elmo Lewis Born:28 February 1942 England Died: 3 July 1969 (aged 27) England Genres:Rock, rock and roll, blues rock, psychedelic rock, rhythm and blues Occupations Musician, composer, bandleader, record producer
The Rolling Stones are notable in modern popular music for assimilating various musical genres into their own collective sound. Brian Jones experimented with the use of non-traditional instruments such as the sitar and slide guitar in their early days. The group started out covering early rock n roll and blues songs, and have never stopped playing live or recording cover songs.
For 50 years, the Rolling Stones have released over 100 singles, over two dozen studio albums, as well as numerous compilation and live albums. For example:1964 The Rolling Stones (UK) 1967 Between the Buttons (US) Released: 16 April 1964 Released: 11 February 1967 Label: Decca Records Label: London Records
1966: Charlie Is My Darling, directed by Peter Whitehead (released on DVD in 2009 without the Rolling Stones music) 1968: Sympathy for the Devil, directed by Jean-Luc Godard (DVD) 1969: Stones in the Park (DVD) 1970: Gimme Shelter, directed by Albert and David Maysles (DVD/Blu-ray Disc) 1974: Ladies and Gentlemen: The Rolling Stones, directed by Rolin Binzer 1982: Rocks Off and Lets Spend the Night Together, both directed by Hal Ashby (DVD) 1984: Video Rewind (VHS) 1989: 25x5 –The Continuing Adventures of the Rolling Stones (VHS) 1992: Stones at the Max, directed by Julien Temple (DVD) 1995: The Rolling Stones: Voodoo Lounge Live (DVD) 1996: The Rolling Stones Rock and Roll Circus, directed by Michael Lindsay-Hogg (filmed in 1968) (DVD) 1998: Bridges to Babylon Tour 97–98 (DVD) 2003: Four Flicks (DVD) 2004: Toronto Rocks (DVD) 2007: The Biggest Bang (DVD/Blu-ray Disc) 2008: Shine a Light, directed by Martin Scorsese, released to theatres in standard and IMAX presentations (DVD/Blu-ray Disc) 2009: Stones at the Max Remastered twentieth anniversary edition, directed by Julien Temple (DVD/Blu-ray Disc) 2010: Stones in Exile, directed by Stephen Kijak 2010: Ladies and Gentlemen: The Rolling Stones, Remastered presentations for the very first time (DVD/Blu- ray Disc) directed by Rolin Binzer 2011: Ed Sullivan Shows (2 DVD Disc/4 DVD Disc) 2011: The Rolling Stones: Some Girls Live In Texas 78 (DVD/Blu-ray Disc)
The Rolling Stones used the most powerful in the world set of equipment of Electro-Voice in their conserts. The image of bright red lips and impudently put out tongue became a firm emblem and logo, which first emergence on a cover of the album "Sticky Fingers" was in 1971. It was issued by Andy Warhol, and less known designer John Pashem . Angelina Jolie had one of the first roles in her actors career in the clip of The Rolling Stones "Anybody Seen My Baby”. The first museum of The Rolling Stones is constructed In Germany.