The Rolling Stones: A Retrospective


In this 1965 interview, 22-year-old Mick Jagger said he can only see his band working for “at least another year.” Either young Jagger was being mighty modest or he was naively unaware of how far he and his fellow Rolling Stones’ members were going to make it in the industry. Forty-seven years and many hit singles later, he’s no longer the fresh-faced boy pictured above. This year, Sir Michael Philip Jagger will celebrate his 70th birthday. Click through to see some of our favourite performances by the rock legend.

Muddy Waters w/ Rolling Stones – “Champagne and Reefer”

The Rolling Stones – “Miss You” – Live ’95 Tokyo

Mick Jagger & Tina Turner at Live Aid

The Rolling Stones and Amy Winehouse “Ain’t Too Proud To Beg”