Rolling With the Stones

Jam with the world's greatest rock 'n' roll band at these historic stops from their rambling musical journey.
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Keith Richards and Mick Jagger were schoolmates in Dartford, England, where Mick recently opened the Mick Jagger Centre.

During a 1967 TV appearance, Ed Sullivan forced the Stones to changes lyrics to "Let's Spend the Night Together."

In 1967 Brian Jones' girlfriend, Anita Pallenberg, left him for Keith Richards during a trip the 3 made to Morocco.

After Jones' mysterious death in 1969 (an accident? a murder?), the Stones held a memorial concert in London's Hyde Park.

The Stones' decision to hire Hell's Angels as "security" for the 1969 Altamont Speedway show led to a tragic murder.

In 1971, the Stones moved to the French Riviera to record their landmark album, "Exile on Main Street."

The Stones' decadent launch party for 1973's "Goats Head Soup" was held at Oxford's Blenheim Palace.

Despite Keith Richards' 1977 drug arrest there, the Stones continued to use Toronto as the main site for tour rehearsals.

The Rolling Stones were inducted into Cleveland's Rock and Roll Hall of Fame in 1989.

The Stones played at halftime of the 2006 Super Bowl, where censors edited lyrics to "Start Me Up" and "Rough Justice."

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