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Did Bob Dylan, the Beatles and the Rolling Stones Almost Make a Record Together?

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Hulton Archive, Getty Images

Considering the individual influence that Bob Dylan, the Beatles and the Rolling Stones have had upon music, can you imagine the three of them collaborating on an album?

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Rolling Stones Cancel Australian Show Again

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Paul Kane, Getty Images

The Rolling Stones have been forced to cancel Saturday's scheduled performance in Hanging Rock, Australia, after vocalist Mick Jagger developed a throat infection.

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Watch the Rolling Stones Play ‘When the Whip Comes Down’ in 1981 – Exclusive Premiere

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Eagle Vision

Back in 1981, the Rolling Stones were once again on top of the world.

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50 Years Ago: The Rolling Stones Banned In Cleveland

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Terry Disney/Hulton Archive, Getty Images

The Rolling Stones' appearance in Cleveland, Ohio on November 3, 1964 became the scene of near tragedy.

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50 Years Ago: The ‘T.A.M.I Show’ Captures A Moment In Rock And Roll History

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An incredible array of musicians came together on Oct. 28-29, 1964 to film the 'T.A.M.I. Show.'

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Rolling Stones Announce $5,000 Signed Photo Book

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Morne de Klerk, Getty Images

Do you like the Rolling Stones? Like looking at pictures of them? Have a lot of extra cash sitting around?

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Rolling Stones Begin Delayed Australian and New Zealand Tour Dates

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Simon Cross

It took a few extra months, but the Rolling Stones brought their 50th anniversary tour to Australia on Oct. 25, starting a round of Down Under dates with a show at the Adelaide Oval.

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The Rolling Stones Make Their ‘Ed Sullivan Show’ Debut: ‘You Should Be Ashamed of Yourself’

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The Rolling Stones first appeared on the 'Ed Sullivan Show' on Oct. 25, 1964.

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A Look Back at the Rolling Stones Mobile Studio: ‘A Watershed Moment in Recording Technology’

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In December 1971, Deep Purple were in Montreux, Switzerland, to make what would become their bestselling album, ‘Machine Head.'

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50 Years Ago: The Rolling Stones Start to Find Their Voice on ’12×5′

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Hulton Archive, Getty Images

Like the Beatles, the Rolling Stones weren't prepared for success in the U.S.

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