Rolling Stones To Satisfy Fans’ Curiosity

Mick and Keith post a video on Youtube inviting questions

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The Rolling Stones will answer questions from fans posted on a new Universal Records Youtube channel called ‘Living Legends’.

Mick Jagger and Keith Richards will answer the best questions and the footage will be available to watch online.

Fans have already begun posting questions, which range from appeals for live shows in far-flung places to requests for book recommendations.

Footage from the new Rolling Stones documentary, “Shine a Light”, directed by Martin Scorsese and due for release on April 11, is also posted on the site.

The band recently made an appearance in London when they attended the UK premiere of the documentary, which charts their 46-year history with footage from two live shows in the Beacon Theatre in New York.

Classics like “Jumping Jack Flash” and “Sympathy For the Devil” are mixed with new collaborations with Jack White on “Loving Cup”, Christina Aguilera and blues legend, Buddy Guy on “Champagne and Reefer”.

To see Mick and Keith on Youtube go to www.youtube.com/livinglegends

Two clips from the documentary are available to watch here:

Shattered (live at Beacon Theatre)

Some Girls (live at Beacon Theatre)

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