Charlie Is My Darling - Clips
Early Rolling Stones Press Conference
The Rolling Stones Satisfaction (Live)
The Rolling Stones I'm Alright (Live)
Director Peter Whitehead
The Rolling Stones may not have released an album for eight years, but they are showing no signs of letting up on doing what they do best as they gear up to perform at Glastonbury Music Festival on June 29th 2013 as part of their '50 and Counting Tour'. In celebration of 50 years together, they are releasing a concert and behind-the-scenes footage movie entitled 'Charlie Is My Darling' which was filmed on their two day tour of Ireland in 1965, only weeks after they became a worldwide sensation with their hit single '(I Can't Get No) Satisfaction'. Watch the revered youngsters being interviewed about life as the biggest rock band in the world and perform some of their most loved hits to an audience of thousands.
Although some clips from this Ireland mini-tour have previously been released over the years, this year is the first time the whole thing has been brought out in its entirety. It was shot and directed by Peter Whitehead ('Pink Floyd London '66-'67', 'The Fall') and produced by film composer Andrew Loog Oldham. 'Charlie Is My Darling' will make a special screening at Glastonbury on June 30th 2013 at the festival's Pilton Place Cinema Tent.
Starring: The Rolling Stones, Mick Jagger, Keith Richards, Charlie Watts, Brian Jones, Bill Wyman, Loog Oldham