The Rolling Stones, 1977. Left to right: Charlie Watts, Ron Wood, Keith Richards, Bill Wyman and Mick Jagger. The Rolling Stones celebrated the 50th anniversary of their first official gig, posing for photos at a London art exhibition and coyly deflecting rumors of an upcoming tour. The Rolling Stones garnered a major write-up in the Los Angeles Times in 1964, and it wasn't pretty. In fact, the band's prettiness -- or lack thereof -- is pretty much all this paper was interested in. More: Rolling Stones: "One of them looks like a chimpanzee" | PHOTOS: The Rolling Stones through the decades | INTERACTIVE: Who should play Mick and Keith?
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