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The Rolling Stones - An Entertaining Quiz

Claim to be a die-hard fan of The Rolling Stones...Take this quiz to see how well you know them.
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Rock and Roll for the longest time:
The Rolling Stones have been the longest-serving rock band in the history of music. They have been satisfying fans with foot tapping music for over 60 years.
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The Hair-raising Controversy
The long locks of the group were a topic of controversy at that time. The band placed an ad in the papers during the 1963 Christmas holidays that read, “Best wishes to all the starving hairdresser and their families”.
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The Beginning of the Legend
The Rolling Stones played their 1st gig on July 12, 1962, at London’s Marquee Club. It was the same year when Bell introduced to the world their ‘Space-Age’ cordless telephone at the Seattle World’s Fair.
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A Lucky Amplifying Break
After Dick Taylor left the band to form his own group, The Rolling Stones auditioned for a new bassist. They gave the part to Bill Wyman only ‘cause he owned his own amplifier!
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In-house graphic designer
Charlie Watts, the drummer worked as a graphics designer and also worked on designing the band’s album covers, posters, stage sets, and more.
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Humble Beginnings
Before becoming a famous band, The Rolling Stones recorded a jingle for Rice Krispes television ad in the UK.
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An Exceptional Multi-Instrumentalist
Brian Jones was a multi-instrumentalist who could play  sitar, marimba,  organ, as well as guitar for various songs. He was the one who taught the harmonica to Mick Jagger.
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A Critical Start
“Start Me Up” was called “the last great Rolling Stones song” by some critics. It was the same song that kick-started many of the band's concerts after its release in 1981.
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The Glimmer Twins
Under the pseudonym, “The Glimmer Twins”, Jagger and Richards have produced most of the Stones albums since the 1970s.
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Windows Open for an Ad
In 1995, The Rolling Stones allowed the use of their music for the 1st time for an ad campaign. It was for a commercial for Windows 95 for which Windows paid them $3 million.
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