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50 years of the Rolling Stones

Updated 1855 GMT (0255 HKT) March 22, 2013
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The young band pose for a portrait in a boat, 1964. From left to right are: Mick Jagger, Charlie Watts, Brian Jones, Keith Richards and Bill Wyman. Bassist Wyman joined the Stones in 1962 before leaving in 1993. Michael Ochs Archives/Getty Images
Brian Jones performs at Alexandra Palace, London, in 1964. One of the founding members of the band, Jones was found dead in his pool at Cotchford Farm, Sussex, on July 2, 1969. He was 27. Getty Images
Rolling Stones drummer Charlie Watts joined the band in 1963, earning a reputation as the more staid member. He married Shirley Ann Shepherd in 1964, remaining with her to this day. Getty Images
Lead singer Mick Jagger is remanded in custody after being found guilty of possesion of drugs in 1967. He appeared before court in West Sussex after a police raid at fellow band member Keith Richards' house. Getty Images
Keith Richards with girlfriend Anita Pallenberg and their two children at the Cannes Film Festival in 1971. Italian model Anita orginally dated Brian Jones before becoming Keith's partner from 1967 to 1979. Getty Images
Mick Jagger and Nicaraguan girlfriend Bianca Perez Moreno De Macias marry in a small fisherman's church in St. Tropez, France, in 1971. Among the guests pictured are film director Roger Vadim, actress Nathalie Delon, photographer Patrick Lichfield, Keith Richards and Anita Pallenberg. Getty Images
Ronnie Wood, pictured in Brussels, Belgium, in 1976. The guitarist joined the band the previous year, though he continued to collaborate with artists including Rod Stewart, Bob Dylan, Prince and Eric Clapton. Getty Images
Guitarist Keith Richards performs at the Aragone Ballroom in Chicago, Illinois, in 1987. The songwriter collaborated with Mick Jagger on their first international number 1 hit "(I can't get no) Satisfaction" in 1965. Jim Steinfeldt/Getty Images