Plaque in Dartford, England, crediting Mick Jagger and Keith Richards for forming the Rolling Stones, to be replaced after Bill Wyman’s outcry in the press, crediting Brian Jones as the leader and creator of the Rolling Stones.
Brian Jones comes out on top as favourite Rolling Stone over Ron Wood and Mick Taylor in 2015 Classic Rock Magazine poll.
Brian Jones continues to be an inspiration to creative artists the world over:
Classic Rock 100.7 WZLX:
The Rolling Stones remember Brian Jones, April 2013.
Worldwide press has been received, focusing predominantly on Brian Jones, as 1965 documentary 'Charlie Is My Darling' is released.
The new Rolling Stones documentary 'Crossfire Hurricane,' directed by Brett Morgen, is a must-see for all fans of Brian Jones and the Rolling Stones. Glowing reviews abound.
Celebrating the Rolling Stones' first gig ever in July of 1962, top rock magazine out of England, MOJO, has graced their August issue, on sale now - in July - with BRIAN JONES. Available at good newsstands worldwide:
Brian gets mentioned in the top-rated season premiere of the hit show Mad Men:
A great article from Ultimate Classic Rock:
Legacy.com offers an obituary on what would have been Brian's 70th birthday:
PROUD CHELSEA PRESENTS THE DECCA YEARS (click to open)
Radio station celebrates Mick Jagger and Keith Richards meeting Brian Jones:
Keith Richards excerpts from Rolling Stone Magazine interview Autumn 2010: getting along with Brian Jones:
Chicago Tribune Autumn 2010: Brian Jones role in Beatles vs. Rolling Stones debate:
Examiner (National): Keith Richards discusses bust up with Brian Jones over Anita Pallenberg:
Toronto Sun Autumn 2010: Keith Richards on bust up of Brian Jones and Anita Pallenberg:
California Chronicle Autumn 2010: Brit rock group Charlatans on Brian Jones:
Belper News Autumn 2010/2007: on Brian Jones train obsession:
Latest police information:
Brian Jones inspires theater in the USA:
Daily Mail article about child of Brian Jones: