Mick Jagger and Keith Richards in 2002 - a greatest hits double album, Forty Licks, was released in September 2002 to mark the band's 40 anniversary - they embarked on a world tour to promote the album in 2002 and 2003 - the album has since sold around 7 million copies worldwide.

Mick Jagger and Keith Richards

Mick Jagger & Keith Richards #rollingstones #rockstargallery

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In 2004-5, the Stones were inducted into the UK Music Hall of Fame, released their first album in eight years, A Bigger Bang, and began a 147-show tour - it netted the band $558,255,524 and was the highest grossing of all time until it was overtaken by U2's tour 2009-11. Two of the concerts were filmed by Martin Scorcese for his 2008 Rolling Stones documentary "Shine a Light".

The Rolling Stones released a cover of the Bobby Womack and the Valentinos’ It’s All Over Now in Britain on 26 June 1964. The song would go on to become the band’s first No1 hit in the UK.

Mick Jagger and David Bowie team up on Dancing in the Street - 1985 - they recorded a version of the Martha and the Vandellas song at Abbey Road studios, shooting a video for the track in London Docklands - it topped the UK charts for four weeks.

Richard Hell, A member of Television and Richard Hell & The Voidoids, Richard Hell was one of the mostinnovative figures on the New York punk scene. His look was a big influence on Malcolm McLaren – both in the clothes he sold in his boutique ‘Sex’ and the look he gave The Sex Pistols while managing them. Hell was also supposedly the inventor of the safety-pin as a fashion accessory.

Rolling Stones inducted into the American Rock and Roll Hall of Fame, 1989 In early 1989 all of the group’s past and present members (aside from original drummer Tony Chapman) were inducted into the American Rock and Roll Hall of Fame, joining names such as Chuck Berry, Aretha Franklin and The Beatles. Later that year Richards and Jagger set aside their differences to begin work on Steel Wheels, released in late 1989.

Hyde Park tribute and Mick Taylor replaces Brian Jones 1969 Two days after Jones’s death the band played in front of an estimated 250,000 fans in Hyde Park. The show, which was dedicated to Jones, was replacement guitarist Mick Taylor’s first with the band. Taylor had formerly been with blues act John Mayall’s Bluesbreakers.

#RyCooder in the 70s

The Eagles. Greatest hits or something... ''take it easy'' ''peaceful easy feeling'' ''already gone'' ''take it to the limit'' very american band

Bad Company 1974