Brian Jones, a phenomenal slide guitarist, was the blues purist who founded the group.On the phone, setting up an advert, Brian glanced down at an album cover for inspiration when asked the name of their band.What first brought them together remains the bond that reunites them time and time again.The same passion that led a six-year-old girl (and future writer and musician) to select a Rolling Stones album as her first musical purchase.Her creative spirit leads her to compose fanciful stories, dance madly with her girlfriends, pen motivational essays for writers, and, of course, play songs on her guitar until the wee hours.Terschelling is one of the Wadden Islands, which form an archipelago off the north coast of the Netherlands, it is some 11 kilometres from the mainland and is located in the municipality of Terschelling, which is in the province of Friesland.Although they literally were heading in different directions, Mick off to the London School of Economics, and Keith to Sidcup Art College, their souls were on the same track.
To this day, the circumstances of his death remains a mystery.
Upon his urging, they dropped the Beatle boots and slick jackets and cultivated a rough and raw image.
It was Andrew who planted the initial attention-grabbing headline, "Would You Let Your Daughter Marry a Rolling Stone?
This time though, unlike Ronnie Wood or Mick Taylor.
the replacement was not touted as a new member, but relegated to being merely an accompanying musician, admittedly, one of the best gigs a musician could hope for.