The sixties was a coming of age for the Rolling Stones. From the backstreet pubs of London to the premier concert halls of America. The decade saw their transformation from an R&B cover band into a power house of rock and roll. Jagger and Richards started tapping into their creative powers and writing original material, which would put them at the forefront of the British Invasion.
Topics: Rolling Stones, Pop Culture, Rock And Roll, Musician, Concerts, 1960s