The Rolling Stones were around when the Beatles were topping the charts throughout the 1960s, they survived metal's and then punk's popularity in the 1970s and 1980s and they kept on rockin' through the turn of the century. Treasures of the Rolling Stones, an unofficial publication, tells the story of one of the biggest acts in popular music history in words, photographs and in beautifully reproduced facsimile memorabilia.
Glenn Crouch was Virgin's senior product manager dealing with the Rolling Stones for more than a decade. He also worked with the Elvis estate, Dolly Parton and Michelle Shocked at BMG and with Van Morrison, Iggy Pop, Black Rebel Motorcycle Club and 30 Seconds To Mars at Virgin. He is now an independent artist manager and lives in Middlesex, near London.
Treasures of the Rolling Stones divides the story up carefully decade by decade, album by album and member by member. From humble beginnings in London's suburbs to total global domination and from hardworking sweaty club nights to multi-million-member audiences, Treasures of the Rolling Stones tells the full, fascinating story of the band.