It is a curious effect of the passage of time that The Rolling Stones are now as much admired for their business acumen as for their rock and roll.
Nearly half a century after their rebellious beginnings, the Stones remain the world’s highest-earning rock stars.
Now Mick Jagger may be relieved to hear that Pete Townshend has added quite a different description of the Rolling Stone's manhood in new memoir Who I Am.
According to The Times, Townshend describes Jagger as 'very well-endowed' after clocking him in loose pyjama-style trousers without any underwear in 1969.
Mick Taylor's rundown Suffolk semi Taylor, who replaced the erratic Brian Jones, played guitar on Honky Tonk Women, Wild Horses, Angie, It’s Only Rock And Roll and a host of other classic tracks.
He was present at the height of the band’s decadent excess at Nellcote in the South of France in the summer of 1971 and on the legendary tours of America in 19-73.
Previously, Evans was co-anchor of CNBC's "Squawk on the Street" as well as co-anchor of CNBC's "Worldwide Exchange" based in London.