A list of the principal sources used for compiling and creating the files contained on this website.


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Chilton, Charlotte. (2019). Mick Jagger Reveals What it's Like to Collaborate With His Girlfriend, Melanie Hamrick. February 28, 2019.
Cirrincione, Sal. (2002). Get Yer Ya-Ya's Out! (Unknown source.) June 2002.
Clark, Cindy. (2012). From the White House to PBS, Mick Jagger Still Has the Moves. USA Today. February 23, 2012.
Clash, Jim. (2016). Rolling Stones' Chuck Leavell Discusses Breaking New Studio Release: "Blue And Lonesome". December 2, 2016.
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Cott, Jonathan. (1978). The Rolling Stone Interview: Mick Jagger. The King Bee Talks About Rock's Longest-Running Soap Opera. Rolling Stone. No. 268. June 29, 1978.
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Cozyns, Simon. (2016). Keith Richards: "We're a Damn Good Band and a Miracle of Chemistry". March 31, 2016.
Cozyns, Simon. (2018). Still Rolling. Back for a New Tour but the Rolling Stones Still Haven't "Hit Their Peak" Says Keith Richards. March 8, 2018.

Cozyns, Simon. (2018). Wood You Believe: Ronnie Wood Talks Catching the Blues Bung and Curating Compilation Album Confessin' The Blues with the Rolling Stones. October 11, 2018.

Cozyns, Simon. (2019). Keef Encounter: Keith Richards on the Reissue of Debut Solo Album Talk Is Cheap, Giving Up Booze and Appreciating Mick Jagger. March 28, 2019.

Cozyns, Simon. (2020). Rockdown: Rolling Stones Legend Keith Richards on Life in Lockdown, Keeping Healthy and His Other Band... The X-Pensive Winos. November 13, 2020.

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Foster, Alistair. (2012). Stones Will Roll Out on Tour to Mark 50th Anniversary, Says Sir Mick Jagger. London Evening Standard. July 13, 2012.
Foster, Alistair. (2013). Glastonbury Blew the Rolling Stones Away... So We Might Go on Tour Again. November 6, 2013.
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