How old are the members of The Rolling Stones?


As of March 2014, both singer Mick Jagger and guitarist Keith Richards are 70 years old. The band's former bassist Bill Wyman is 77, the current bassist Darryl Jones is 52, the drummer Charlie Watts is 72, and lead guitarist Ron Wood is 66.

The Rolling Stones first got together in 1962 and have enjoyed decades of unparalleled success as recording and touring artists. They initially found success in the mid-1960s, and as of 2014 the band still retains several members of the original line-up: Keith Richards, Mick Jagger and Charlie Watts. Guitarist Brian Jones, also part of the original lineup, dies in 1969 but would have been 72 in 2014. Mick Taylor, who replaced Jones as lead guitarist and played on some of the Stones' most enduring albums, is 65. Taylor was replaced by guitarist Ron Wood in 1975.

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