Musical Influences

A Rolling Stones Exhibit Brought a Team Face-to-Face with Rock Legends—and Their Meticulous Requirements

After more than 50 years in the spotlight, the Rolling Stones know how to get what they want. So it's no surprise that a project team producing the first-ever touring museum exhibit about the legendary British band discovered that its four members—Mick Jagger, Keith Richards, Charlie Watts and Ronnie Wood—are very active project owners.
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