The Rolling Stones are an English rock band. The band formed in 1962 in London when original leader Brian Jones and pianist Ian Stewart is joined by vocalist Mick Jagger and guitarist Keith Richards, whose songwriting partnership later contributed to take a leadership role in the group.Bassist Bill Wyman and drummer Charlie Watts completed the early lineup. Ian Stewart was removed from the official lineup in 1963 but continued to work together with the band as road manager and keyboardist until his death in 1985.
First after achieving success in the UK, they became popular in the United States during the "British Invasion" in the early 1960s. Their 1965 single "(I Can not Get No) Satisfaction" established The Rolling Stones as a premier rock and roll act. Starting with their 1966 album Aftermath, the song Jagger and Richards, aided by the instrumental experimentation of Jones, who is always present extended-style flexibility.
In 1969 Jones died and was replaced by Mick Taylor. Taylor recorded five studio albums with The Rolling Stones before Stop in 1974. Faces former guitarist Ronnie Wood has increased and with the band ever since. Wyman left the Rolling Stones in 1993; bassist Darryl Jones, who is not an official member of the band, has worked with the group since 1994.
And Jones died in 1969, which was replaced by Mick Taylor, Taylor recorded five studio albums with The Rolling Stones before Stop in 1974. Faces former guitarist Ronnie Wood has increased and with the band ever since. Wyman left the Rolling Stones in 1993; bassist Darryl Jones, who is not an official member of the band, has worked with the group since 1994.
The Rolling Stones have released 22 studio albums in the UK (24 in the United States), eight concert albums (nine in the U.S.) and a number of compilations and has sold over 200 million albums worldwide.  Sticky Fingers (1971) began a string of eight consecutive studio albums which charted at number one in the United States. In 1989 The Rolling Stones have Inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame, and in 2004 they were ranked number 4 in Rolling Stone's 100 Greatest Artists of All Time. They dowdy image and surly youth is one that many musicians are still trying.