ArtsAutosBooksBusinessEducationEntertainmentFamilyFashionFoodGamesGenderHealthHolidaysHomeHubPagesPersonal FinancePetsPoliticsReligionSportsTechnologyTravel

The Rolling Stones 50 Years Book

Updated on February 27, 2016
Rolling Stones 50
Rolling Stones 50 | Source

A Must Have for Your Library

Fifty years of music, photos, facts and information by the legendary group the Rolling Stones has been put together by the Rolling Stones themselves and publisher Thames and Hudson into an extraordinary anniversary edition book "The Rolling Stones 50". This book was created with a collection of over one thousand photos from over a period of fifty years of this phenomenal rock group. This is one book to keep or add to any collection for Rolling Stones fans, but even if you are not a Rolling Stones fanatic, this is a book you will want to add to your library.

Rolling Stones fans, you know the story, you have followed this legendary group for 50 years. Well, for those that may not know, July 12, 2012 the Rolling Stones turn 50. As well, July 12th 1962 marks the beginning of a career for the, never get old group, as they are still going strong even today.

Whether you are a collector of Rolling Stones memorabilia or a just a rock and roll enthusiast, you should check out their anniversary book. Even the cover of this book, is a beauty, as the symbol of the Rolling Stones fulfills their signature.

The Rolling Stones were founded in 1962. They first performed on July 12, 1962 at the Marquee. Their first single "Come On" was released in 1963 and "Aftermath" was their first original record in 1966.

In 1970 they would release "Get your Ya Ya's Out" the Rolling Stones in Concert" and soon after form their own record label called Rolling Stone Records and they would now produce the record "Sticky Fingers" in 1971. The 80's would bring major albums for the group, like "Steel Wheels" and "Primitive Cool" and in 1995 they would release "Voodoo Lounge" which would win a Grammy that same year.

Thames and Hudson

An anniversary book has been published to commemorate this one of a kind legendary group, the Rolling Stones. Their website has begun the celebration by closing down their website and will reopen it on July 12, 2012. Visit the website when they reopen and be sure to pre-order your copy of this sure to be an outstanding remembrance of the Rolling Stones 50 years. Release date October 15, 2012 available through

Take a moment to comment. What is your favorite Rolling Stones memory?


    0 of 8192 characters used
    Post Comment

    • CatsPage profile image

      Catherine Spinola 2 years ago from New Jersey, USA

      Hi smw1962..!! I have never seen the Rolling Stones in person either, but their music will live on forever of course. I have purchased the anniversary book and I think it is awesome..!! Thanks for the comment..!!!

    • smw1962 profile image

      smw1962 2 years ago

      I've never had the opportunity to see the Rolling Stones in person, but I love their music! Great Hub!

    • CatsPage profile image

      Catherine Spinola 4 years ago from New Jersey, USA

      Nice to meet you as well, Epigramman, sounds like your experience with the Rolling Stones was quite memorable. Thanks for the warm wishes and positive feedback, much appreciated. Catherine

    • epigramman profile image

      epigramman 4 years ago

      Thank you so much CatsPage and lovely to meet your acquaintance -and yes there is much passion here in your writing which I admire and my favorite Stones experience was the infamous benefit concert they put on in lieu of Keith's drug bust and they had two show in Oshawa in 1978 - my buddy and I went to the afternoon gig and sat 5 rows from the front in a small junior hockey rink and were deaf for the next 2 days and Mick Jagger throw a bucket of water out into the crowd and by that time we were standing right up against the stage and I got soaked. lol That was the Some Girls album tour and sending you warm wishes and good energy from lake erie time ontario canada 8:09pm

    • CatsPage profile image

      Catherine Spinola 4 years ago from New Jersey, USA

      Thanks, Yes, 50 years of Rolling Stones rockin' and rollin'. The anniversary book looks awesome and I think it's one I will need to add to my library as well.. Thanks for the thumbs up!!

    • lindacee profile image

      lindacee 4 years ago from Southern Arizona

      50 years, wow! I saw the Rolling Stones in 1981 at the Cotton Bowl in Dallas with ZZ Top and the Fabulous Thunderbirds. What a fun and memorable concert! Those were the days! I enjoyed your review of the Stones' 50th anniversary commemorative book. Looks like it would be a great addition to the coffee table. Voted up and interesting!

    Click to Rate This Article