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    • The Rolling Stones By: Chad Gensel & Heather Beistline
    • The Members
      • Mick Jagger-Dartford, Kent, England
      • Keith Richards-Dartford, Kent, England
      • Charlie Watts-London, England
      • Ronnie Wood-Hillingdon, England
      • Bill Wyman-Kent, England
      • Brian Jones-Gloucestershire
      • Mick Taylor-Welwyn Garden City, Hertfordshire
      • Ian Stewart-Pittenweem, Fife, Scotland
      • Dick Taylor-Dartford, Kent, England
    • Famous Songs
      • (I Can’t Get No) Satisfaction
      • Gimme Shelter
      • Sympathy for the Devil
      • Jumpin’ Jack Flash
      • Brown Sugar
      • Honky Tonk Women
      • Paint It, Black
      • You Can’t Always Get What You Want
      • Start Me Up
      • Miss You
    • Facts
      • They became a band in 1962
      • Became popular at London, England.
      • Fronted by the charismatic Mick Jagger, the Stones became a symbol of 1960s rebellion and sexual liberation. In the 1970s, the Stones also became symbolic of the drug-induced excesses of that generation, with several members' drug addictions and drug arrests becoming front-page news.
      • These problems influenced their music: The Vietnam War, teenage angst, groupies, drug abuse, depression, the Gulf War, and George Bush
    • Timeline
      • 1960’s-The Vietnam War
      • August 28, 1963-Martin Luther King Jr. made the speech, "I have a Dream“
      • 1964- The Beatles, a British rock and roll band became VERY popular
      • 1968-Martin Luther King Jr. Assassinated
      • 1981-Assassination Attempt on U.S. President Reagan
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