What does Rhythm and Blues have in common with good ol' Rock 'n Roll? Only the most legendary band this side of the moon: The Rolling Stones. It was a love for Rhythm and Blues music that brought together these men: Brian Jones, Mick Jagger, Keith Richards, Charlie Watts, Bill Wyman, and Ian Stewart. But, it was drug problems, personal conflicts, funk, punk, and disco, and then reinvention that made them enduringly extraordinary. This cover-band turned rock 'n roll superstars saw both the fall of communism and the rise of MTV, conquered new lands and fed rock-starved fans all over the world for forty years. Listen to the words of Bo Diddly and Smokey Robinson, Mick Taylor, backup singers Bernard Fowler and Blondie Chaplin, interviews with musicians Terry Reid and Ernie Watts, and many others, as they reveal The Untold Story of the Rolling Stones from their genesis to the present.