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'Shine a Light' documentary on the Rolling Stones - Photocall - New York City, USA - Sunday 30th March 2008

Mick Jagger, Charlie Watts, Keith Richards, Rolling Stones, Ronnie Wood and The Rolling Stones
Mick Jagger, Charlie Watts, Keith Richards, Rolling Stones, Ronnie Wood and The Rolling Stones
Mick Jagger, Charlie Watts, Keith Richards, Rolling Stones, Ronnie Wood and The Rolling Stones
Mick Jagger, Charlie Watts, Keith Richards, Rolling Stones, Ronnie Wood and The Rolling Stones
Mick Jagger, Charlie Watts, Keith Richards, Rolling Stones, Ronnie Wood and The Rolling Stones
Mick Jagger, Charlie Watts, Keith Richards, Rolling Stones, Ronnie Wood and The Rolling Stones
Mick Jagger, Charlie Watts, Keith Richards, Rolling Stones, Ronnie Wood and The Rolling Stones
Mick Jagger, Charlie Watts, Keith Richards, Rolling Stones, Ronnie Wood and The Rolling Stones
Mick Jagger, Charlie Watts, Keith Richards, Rolling Stones, Ronnie Wood and The Rolling Stones
Mick Jagger, Charlie Watts, Keith Richards, Rolling Stones, Ronnie Wood and The Rolling Stones
Mick Jagger, Charlie Watts, Keith Richards, Rolling Stones, Ronnie Wood and The Rolling Stones
Mick Jagger, Charlie Watts, Keith Richards, Rolling Stones, Ronnie Wood and The Rolling Stones

Berlin Film Festival 2008 (Berlinale) - Berlin, Germany - Thursday 7th February 2008

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Rolling Stones and Director Martin Scorsese
Rolling Stones and Director Martin Scorsese

Britney Spears appears on the cover of Rolling Stones, this time the piece is a serious look at the fallen pop princess calling her an American Tragedy. - Wednesday 6th February 2008

Britney Spears and Rolling Stones

Celebrated British photographer David Bailey will turn 70 on 2 January (08). The 69-year-old is famous for changing the face of fashion photography after starting his career freelancing for Vogue magazine in the 1960s. But Bailey is most well known for his portraits of celebrities including iconic shots of the Beatles, Twiggy, Marianne Faithful and Sir Michael Caine. The legendary photographer has also been responsible for some of the world's most recognisable album covers including The Rolling Stones' second LP - The Rolling Stones No. 2. Despite being well past retirement age, Bailey is still one of the world's most in-demand photographers having branched out into directing TV commercials. He also still shoots for fashion journals Vogue and Vanity Fair - the publications that first made his name. (LR/WN/JC) - London, England - Monday 1st January 2007

David Bailey, Beatles, Marianne Faithful, Marianne Faithfull, Michael Caine, Rolling Stones, The Rolling Stones, Twiggy and Vanity Fair

Celebrated British photographer David Bailey will turn 70 on 2 January (08). The 69-year-old is famous for changing the face of fashion photography after starting his career freelancing for Vogue magazine in the 1960s. But Bailey is most well known for his portraits of celebrities including iconic shots of the Beatles, Twiggy, Marianne Faithful and Sir Michael Caine. The legendary photographer has also been responsible for some of the world's most recognisable album covers including The Rolling Stones' second LP - The Rolling Stones No. 2. Despite being well past retirement age, Bailey is still one of the world's most in-demand photographers having branched out into directing TV commercials. He also still shoots for fashion journals Vogue and Vanity Fair - the publications that first made his name. (LR/WN/JC) - Celebrated British photographer David Bailey will turn 70 on 2 January (08). The 69-year-old is famous for changing the face of fashion photography after starting his career freelancing for Vogue magazine in the 1960s. But Bailey - Thursday 16th November 2006

- Celebrated British photographer David Bailey will turn 70 on 2 January (08). The 69-year-old is famous for changing the face of fashion photography after starting his career freelancing for Vogue magazine in the 1960s. But Bailey - Saturday 29th December 2007

Celebrated British photographer David Bailey will turn 70 on 2 January (08). The 69-year-old is famous for changing the face of fashion photography after starting his career freelancing for Vogue magazine in the 1960s. But Bailey is most well known for his portraits of celebrities including iconic shots of the Beatles, Twiggy, Marianne Faithful and Sir Michael Caine. The legendary photographer has also been responsible for some of the world's most recognisable album covers including The Rolling Stones' second LP - The Rolling Stones No. 2. Despite being well past retirement age, Bailey is still one of the world's most in-demand photographers having branched out into directing TV commercials. He also still shoots for fashion journals Vogue and Vanity Fair - the publications that first made his name. (LR/WN/JC) - London, England - Tuesday 2nd November 2004

Mick Jagger leaving the Amstel hotel for the Amsterdam Arena where The Rolling Stones are performing tonight in their sold out concert - Monday 31st July 2006

* ROLLING STONES ARE TOP EARNERS Veteran rockers THE ROLLING STONES have been named the top earning music act of 2007. The band made $88 million (£44 million) between June 2006 and June this year (07), largely from their Bigger Bang tour which grossed $437million (£218.5 million). Rapper Jay-Z came second on the list by U.S magazine Forbes, with a total income of $83 million (£41.5 million). Pop superstar Madonna ranked third with total earnings of $72 million (£36 million). The top ten is as follows: 1. The Rolling Stones - $88 million (£44 million) 2. Jay-Z - $83 million (£41.5 million) 3. Madonna - $72 million (£36 million) 4. Bon Jovi - $67 million (£33.5 million) 5. Sir Elton John - £53 million (£26.5 million) 6. Celine Dion - $45 million (£22.5 million) 7. Tim McGraw - $37 million (£18.5 million) 8. 50 Cent - $33 million (£16.5 million) 9. U2 - $30 million (£15 million) 10. P Diddy - $23 million (£11.5 million) (LJ/WNWCCB/RK) THE ROLLING STONES hold a press conference and mini concert to announce their 2005 World Tour at the Jullliard Music School Plaza New York City, USA - 10.05.05

* ROLLING STONES ARE TOP EARNERS Veteran rockers THE ROLLING STONES have been named the top earning music act of 2007. The band made $88 million (£44 million) between June 2006 and June this year (07), largely from their Bigger Bang tour which grossed $437million (£218.5 million). Rapper Jay-Z came second on the list by U.S magazine Forbes, with a total income of $83 million (£41.5 million). Pop superstar Madonna ranked third with total earnings of $72 million (£36 million). The top ten is as follows: 1. The Rolling Stones - $88 million (£44 million) 2. Jay-Z - $83 million (£41.5 million) 3. Madonna - $72 million (£36 million) 4. Bon Jovi - $67 million (£33.5 million) 5. Sir Elton John - £53 million (£26.5 million) 6. Celine Dion - $45 million (£22.5 million) 7. Tim McGraw - $37 million (£18.5 million) 8. 50 Cent - $33 million (£16.5 million) 9. U2 - $30 million (£15 million) 10. P Diddy - $23 million (£11.5 million) (LJ/WNWCCB/RK) Madonna Live Earth London concert at Wembley Stadium London, England - 07.07.07

* ROLLING STONES ARE TOP EARNERS Veteran rockers THE ROLLING STONES have been named the top earning music act of 2007. The band made $88 million (£44 million) between June 2006 and June this year (07), largely from their Bigger Bang tour which grossed $437million (£218.5 million). Rapper Jay-Z came second on the list by U.S magazine Forbes, with a total income of $83 million (£41.5 million). Pop superstar Madonna ranked third with total earnings of $72 million (£36 million). The top ten is as follows: 1. The Rolling Stones - $88 million (£44 million) 2. Jay-Z - $83 million (£41.5 million) 3. Madonna - $72 million (£36 million) 4. Bon Jovi - $67 million (£33.5 million) 5. Sir Elton John - £53 million (£26.5 million) 6. Celine Dion - $45 million (£22.5 million) 7. Tim McGraw - $37 million (£18.5 million) 8. 50 Cent - $33 million (£16.5 million) 9. U2 - $30 million (£15 million) 10. P Diddy - $23 million (£11.5 million) (LJ/WNWCCB/RK) Sir Elton John performs live on stage at the O2 Arena London, England - 05.09.07

* ROLLING STONES ARE TOP EARNERS Veteran rockers THE ROLLING STONES have been named the top earning music act of 2007. The band made $88 million (£44 million) between June 2006 and June this year (07), largely from their Bigger Bang tour which grossed $437million (£218.5 million). Rapper Jay-Z came second on the list by U.S magazine Forbes, with a total income of $83 million (£41.5 million). Pop superstar Madonna ranked third with total earnings of $72 million (£36 million). The top ten is as follows: 1. The Rolling Stones - $88 million (£44 million) 2. Jay-Z - $83 million (£41.5 million) 3. Madonna - $72 million (£36 million) 4. Bon Jovi - $67 million (£33.5 million) 5. Sir Elton John - £53 million (£26.5 million) 6. Celine Dion - $45 million (£22.5 million) 7. Tim McGraw - $37 million (£18.5 million) 8. 50 Cent - $33 million (£16.5 million) 9. U2 - $30 million (£15 million) 10. P Diddy - $23 million (£11.5 million) (LJ/WNWCCB/RK) Jay-Z The Palazzo announce the opening of the 40/40 Club Las Vegas, Nevada - 06.09.07

* ROLLING STONES ARE TOP EARNERS Veteran rockers THE ROLLING STONES have been named the top earning music act of 2007. The band made $88 million (£44 million) between June 2006 and June this year (07), largely from their Bigger Bang tour which grossed $437million (£218.5 million). Rapper Jay-Z came second on the list by U.S magazine Forbes, with a total income of $83 million (£41.5 million). Pop superstar Madonna ranked third with total earnings of $72 million (£36 million). The top ten is as follows: 1. The Rolling Stones - $88 million (£44 million) 2. Jay-Z - $83 million (£41.5 million) 3. Madonna - $72 million (£36 million) 4. Bon Jovi - $67 million (£33.5 million) 5. Sir Elton John - £53 million (£26.5 million) 6. Celine Dion - $45 million (£22.5 million) 7. Tim McGraw - $37 million (£18.5 million) 8. 50 Cent - $33 million (£16.5 million) 9. U2 - $30 million (£15 million) 10. P Diddy - $23 million (£11.5 million) (LJ/WNWCCB/RK) Bon Jovi Photocall David Bryan, Tico Torres, Jon Bon Jovi and Richie Sambora at the O² Arena in London London, England - 24.06.07

The Star Lounge in Honor of Rolling Stones 40th Anniversary - Las Vegas, Nevada - Saturday 8th September 2007

Opening night of the Rolling Stones musical performed by Peter Schaufuss dance company, at the Apollo Theatre on Shaftesbury Avenue - London, England - Wednesday 29th August 2007

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