Tracing the origins of the Rolling Stones, "Rock of Ages" begins in Soho in 1962 and chronicles the group's sensational ups and downs including record-breaking tours and their collaboration with Martin Scorsese in 2008. Loutish and scruffy, their image was conceived to oppose The Beatles. The Stones were both the darlings of Britain's music media and the focus of its tabloids with high profile romances, chart success, numerous arrests and the death of founder Brian Jones. Concerts that ended in disaster, a decline in critical acclaim, a series of solo albums or a knighthood have never hindered the group's incredible popularity. Featuring historical footage, "Rock of Ages" is a thrilling profile on "The World's Greatest Rock N Roll Band."
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