The Rolling Stones' 60th anniversary will be the subject of a four-part BBC-TV docuseries.
Each episode of My Life as a Rolling Stone will focus on the most recent full time members of the legendary band -- Mick Jagger, Keith Richards, Ronnie Wood and Charlie Watts. It will include unseen footage along with new interviews, except for Watts, who passed away last August of cancer at age 80..
Stones’ manager Joyce Smyth said, “We are thrilled to celebrate 60 years of The Rolling Stones with these four films which give fans around the world a new and fascinating look at the band.”
In addition to interviews with the Rolling Stones, the documentary will also feature Chrissie Hynde, Slash, Rod Stewart, Tina Turner and Steven Tyler. My Life as a Rolling Stone will air on BBC 2 and iPlayer later this summer.
In addition to the series, a fully curated collection of Rolling Stones concerts and documentaries will be made available on the BBC iPlayer this summer, including Crossfire Hurricane and Totally Stripped. Plus a two-hour radio special, Rolling With the Stones, will air on BBC Radio 2.
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