The band's hit 1971 single has been a staple on their set for more than 40 years - but due to its slavery connotations has been shelved.
It's hard to fathom now, but there was a time when the Rolling Stones sparked outright anger, with the band being accused of racism and sexism.
'We miss him as a band, we miss him as friends on and off the stage,' said Sir Mick Jagger.
Mick Jagger's girlfriend, Melanie Hamrick — who is 43 years younger than the rocker — shares rare photo.
It is an age old question amongst music fans, now Jagger and McCartney have both had a say
While Mick Jagger encouraged Wood as he tried to get clean, the guitarist says Richards inferred he was a "weakling".
The stars warned there would soon be nothing left to save under the current leadership.
Mick Jagger might be on the mend, recovering after undergoing heart surgery in April, but he's already back to throwing punches.
The band - who have a combined age of 300 - have kicked off their North American tour in Chicago, following Jagger's heart surgery.
The 75-year-old rocker underwent a heart valve replacement operation in April to treat a medical condition which forced the band to delay their latest tour.
Rolling Stones guitarist Ronnie Wood will not appear on the next series of 'Who Do You Think You Are?' due to his complex family tree.
Harry Styles has been swamped with movie offers since it emerged that he is a rather fine actor, but he has reportedly decided to put his Hollywood career behind him while he focuses on his solo music career. A source told the Sunday Mirror: “Harry has opted to pursue his music career ahead of movies. Harry admitted that he was nervous about debuting his solo music sound to the world, with his new single being compared to the likes of icons David Bowie and Freddie Mercury.
Earlier this week Harry Styles showcased his acting talents when he did a freakily accurate and hilarious impression of Rolling Stones legend Mick Jagger in a skit for Saturday Night Live. The former One Direction star was first rumoured to be taking on the role of the infamous rocker last year and has now appeared to confirm the story.
Jade Jagger shared this hilarious video of her dad dancing on a beach over Easter. Earlier this week, a younger rock star did the most incredible Mick Jagger impression we have ever seen. Harry impersonated Mick Jagger.
Sir Mick Jagger reportedly enjoys being strung up in a hammock as he carries out a series of stretches six feet in the air because it “feel amazing”. The 73-year-old Rolling Stones rocker has taken up the fun form of yoga because as well as helping to increase inner strength and core stability, it claims to build levels of the “happy hormones” serotonin and dopamine. Virgin Active anti-gravity yoga teacher-trainer Nuno Campos told the Daily Mail newspaper: “There are numerous benefits from practicing antigravity aerial yoga, most notably that it increases both muscular flexibility and joint mobility, and is particularly helpful in strengthening the core.
Ever since Harry Styles burst onto the scene back in 2010 he has been compared to Rolling Stones legend Mick Jagger. There is a striking resemblance between the pair, and Hollywood are thought to be utilising this similarity by casting the One Direction star as Mick in a new film that will chronicle the Stones’ 1972 album Exile on Main Street, which was recorded in France with a lot of drugs and alcohol. Mick was almost 30 when he recorded the record but filmmakers are confident that they can transform 22-year-old Harry into the frontman with no problem at all.
Most people aren’t born pop stars. A lot of them had to do some weird, boring, and sometimes extraordinary jobs before hitting the big time. Like this lot. Image credits: Getty/Rex Feature
Stones stalkers will now be phoning hotels where the band is staying asking to be put through to the rooms of long-dead Romantic poets. The pseudonyms Mick Jagger and Co, below, use to sign in to luxury suites on tour have been revealed – and most of them are writers of the 18th and 19th Centuries. A handwritten note among memorabilia currently on display at The Stones’ Exhibitionism show at London’s Saatchi Gallery is proof of their choices.