The Rolling Stones Essay

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The Rolling stones owned Rock & Roll music starting from in the 60's till now. From the time they started the individuals of the band have made the band great through it's accomplishments and struggles. The 5 members of the band who include, Mick Jagger, Keith Richards, Brian Jones, Bill Wyman, and Charlie Watts helped define hard rock in the 60's and many years after words. The Rolling Stones had a difficult start and its first couple songs were cover songs. At the beginning of their career wasn't the only time the band had struggles. Even when they were very famous and popular they still had many struggles. And even though they had many struggles they had more accomplishments, way more!Mick Jagger, the vocals, became the prototypical rock front man while Keith Richards, lead guitar, and Brian Jones, rhythm guitar and the whole idea behind the Rolling Stones, wrote the blue print for sinewey interlocking rhythm guitars. They were backed by the strong yet subtly swinging rhythm section of Bill Wyman's bass and Charlie Watts, drummer.Mick Jagger was born Michael Phillip Jagger in Dartford, Kent on July 26th, 1944. In October 1960 him and Keith Richards start the band. On May 12th 1971 he marries Bianca Rose Perez Moreno de Macias in St.tropez. Seven years later they divorced on may 14th but Mick is already living with Texan model Jerry Hall. On November 21st 1990 me marries Jerry Hall in Bali Indonesia but divorces her on January 15th, 1999. he had many kids with many different women like Karis with Marsha Hunt; Jade with Bianca Jagger; Elizabeth Scarlett, James Leroy Augustine, Georgia May, Gabriel Luke Beauregard with Jerry Hall; and Lucas Maurice Morad Jagger with Luciana Gimenez MoradKeith Richards was born in Dartford, Kent on December 18th, 1943. On December 18th, 1983 he marries model Patti Hansen on his 40th birthday in Cabo San Lucas. He has four kids Marlon and Angela from girlfriend at the time Anita Pallenberg and Theodora and Alexandra from wife Patti Hansen.Brian Jones was born Lewis Brian Hopkins-Jones in Cheltenham, Gloucosteshire on February 28th, 1942. June 8th, 1969 Brian Jones was fired from the Rolling Stones and 4 days later Mick Taylor,20, is hired as his replacement. On July 3rd, 1969 Brian was found dead in a swimming pool. He over dosed on drugs and then drowned in a swimming pool at age 25.Bill Wyman who was not in the original line up of the Rolling Stones was born William Perkins in Penge, Kent on October 24th 1936. On February 24th, 1984 he met 13-year-old Mandy smith at a nightclub in London. It causes a big scandal in the press. About 5 years later on June 2nd, 1989 they get married. She is 19 and he is 52. November 22nd, 1990 Bill announces his marriage to Mandy is over after only a little over a year. He also married Diane and had child Stephen with her then married Astrid Lundstrom before marrying Mandy. Then on January 6th, 1993 he confirmed rumors that he was leaving the Rolling Stones and is replaced by...

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