The Rolling Stones is a southern English rock band formed in 1962 principally by Mick Jagger, Keith Richards, Mick Taylor, Tony Chapman, Brian Jones, and Ian Stewart.

Origins (1950's)Edit

History (1962-Present)Edit





List of Current MembersEdit

  • Mick Jagger: Lead Vocals (primary instrument), Harmonica, Guitar (electric, acoustic, classical, slide, bass), Keyboards, Percussion and Maracas (1962-Present)
  • Keith Richards: Guitars (electric, acoustic, classical, slide, bass) (primary instrument), Backing and Lead Vocals, Keyboard, Percussion (1962-Present)
  • Charlie Watts: Drums (primary instrument) (1963-Present)
  • Ronnie Wood: Guitars (electric, acoustic, lap steel, pedal steel, classical, slide, bass) (primary instrument), saxophone, drums, backing vocals (1975-Present)

List of Past MembersEdit

  • Brian Jones: Guitars (electric, acoustic, classical, slide, bass) (Primary Instrument), Harmonica, Keyboards, Sitar, Marimba, Dulcimer, Autoharp, Percussion, Recorder, Cello, Mandolin, Mellotron, Saxophone, Backing Vocals etc. (1962-1969; died:1969)
  • Ian Stewart: Piano (1962-1963; died:1985)
  • Tony Chapman: Drums (1962-1963)
  • Dick Taylor: Bass (1962)
  • Bill Wyman: Bass (Primary Instrument), Marimba, Keyboards, Percussion, Backing Vocals (1962-1993)
  • Mick Taylor: Guitars (electric, acoustic, classical, slide, bass) (Primary Instrument), Backing Vocals (1969-1974)

Supporting and/or Associated MusiciansEdit



Concerts and ToursEdit

Some Girl's (tour) 1978

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