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They just keep rolling along: the astonishing durability of the Rolling Stones

27 July 2019

9:00 AM

27 July 2019

9:00 AM

At the end of 1969, teenage Rolling Stones fans reading the new Fab 208 annual could be forgiven for thinking that time wasn’t on their side:

After five years as Britain’s most controversial group, how much more moss can they gather before they call it a day? Will we ever see the world’s most exciting group ‘live’ again, and where do wicked Mick and Co.

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