As this Rolling Stones arrest history attests, it's hard to be the most popular, rebellious band in the world without having a few brushes with the law.
After all the recent controversy over the actual color of an Internet-meme dress -- which may or may not be black/blue or white/gold ... or maybe even gold/blue -- the Rolling Stones have thankfully come to our emotional rescue.
The Rolling Stones catapulted guitarist Mick Taylor to worldwide fame when they recruited him to replace Brian Jones in 1969, but by 1974, he was out of the band.
Here's a photograph from every year of Rolling Stone guitarist Keith Richards' over five-decade long career.
When the Rolling Stones' 1990 reception at Tokyo's Narita Airport was described as "reminiscent of the welcomes they'd seen during their British Invasion days," it wasn't hyperbole.
Even more so than the Beatles' early catalog, the Rolling Stones' first few albums looked quite different by the time they made it to U.S. fans.
If we're to believe Ronnie Wood -- and really, why wouldn't we believe him? -- the Rolling Stones will be touring North America this summer.
Even though Mick Taylor's stint in the Rolling Stones lasted a mere five years, he appeared on the band's classic string of late-'60s/early-'70s albums, including 'Sticky Fingers' and 'Exile on Main St.'
As the Beatles were getting set to conquer America, the group that would be considered their most serious competition was just getting started.
As tough as they wanted to appear, the gritty punch of the Rolling Stones was no match for the power of Ed Sullivan.