The Rolling Stones‘ TV and radio broadcasts from the ’60s will be the subject of a new book set for release later this year.
'Rolling Stones on Air in the Sixties' documents the band’s tv and radio appearances from its first decade.
The book is scheduled for release on Sept. 26 along with a new DVD that collects many of these performances, not seen before.
The book, which is subtitled TV and Radio History As It Happened, is written by Richard Havers, and will follow the Stones as they become one of the biggest bands on the planet.
The book also includes a letter Brian Jones wrote to the BBC in January 1963, requesting an audition for the Rollin’ Stones Rhythm and Blues Band.
The companion DVD will feature “recently discovered, never-before-released footage of the Stones on TV, in front of and behind the cameras.”