Rolling Stones' guitarists Ron Wood, left, and Keith Richards perform during the opening night of their "40 Licks" tour in Boston, Mass., on Sept. 3, 2002. The tour marked the British band's 40th anniversary.
Mick Jagger, center, of The Rolling Stones performs with Ron Wood, left, Charlie Watts, background, and Keith Richards, right, during the group's world tour stop in New York, Sept. 30, 2002.
Rolling Stone frontman Mick Jagger poses at his home in southwest London, June 14, 2002, just before it was announced that the 58-year-old star had received a knighthood in the Queen's Birthday Honours List.
Keith Richards, bad boy of the Rolling Stones and a Rock and Roll Hall of Famer, is shown in this 1994 file photo. As the band marks its 40th anniversary in 2002, Richards is 58 and a grandfather.
Rolling Stones drummer and original band member Charlie Watts performs during the opening night of the Stones' U.S. tour in Boston, Mass., Sept. 3, 2002.
Ron Wood, guitarist for the Rolling Stones, arrives to play a surprise concert for up to 1,000 fans at the the Palais Royale in Toronto on Friday, Aug. 16, 2002.
Bass player Bill Wyman was one of the original members of The Rolling Stones. Shown here in a 1997 photograph, Wyman, now 61, left the rock group after 31 years.
Mick Jagger and other members of the Rolling Stones are escorted by police as they leave after a show in Hastings, Sussex, Aug. 1, 1964. Bass guitarist Bill Wyman is at center.
The Rolling Stones are shown during rehearsal on April 8, 1964, at an unknown location. The band members, from left, are, Brian Jones, guitar; Bill Wyman, bass; Charlie Watts, drums; Mick Jagger, vocals; and Keith Richards, guitar.
The Rolling Stones perform at the infamous "Gimme Shelter" rock concert at the Altamont Race Track in California, in this Dec. 8, 1969, file photo. A fan was stabbed to death by a member of the Hells Angels motorcycle club, who were hired as bouncers to control the crowd. Hells Angels, right, are on stage with the Rolling Stones' Mick Jagger, wearing red, and guitarist Mick Taylor, back to camera.
The Rolling Stones rehearse before a concert on the stage of the Saville Theatre in London, England, Dec. 14, 1969. The band members, from left, are, Mick Taylor, guitar; Charlie Watts, drums; Mick Jagger, vocals; Keith Richards, guitar; and Bill Wyman, bass.
Mick Jagger, left, and Keith Richards are shown during an evening concert at the Cotton Bowl in Dallas, Texas, on Sunday, July 6, 1975. The crowd attendance was estimated at 50,000 fans.
The Rolling Stones' Mick Jagger, left, and Keith Richards stare out from the cover of a 1975 Rolling Stone magazine. Jagger has been on the cover of the magazine, which echoes the name of his rock group, 19 times, more than anyone else.
Keith Richards performing at New York's Bottom Line night club on Wednesday, Oct. 26, 1978. He made a surprise appearance.
Rock and roll musician Chuck Berry, right, laughs with Keith Richards at New York's Studio 54, Wednesday night, Feb. 28, 1980.
Mick Jagger and singer Marianne Faithfull, 23, appear at Marlborough St. Court for possession of marijuana in London, England on June 23, 1969.
The Rolling Stones congratulate each other after being presented with the Lifetime Achievement Award at the MTV Video Music Awards at Radio City Music Hall in New York City on Sept. 8, 1994. From left: Ron Wood, Keith Richards, Charlie Watts and Mick Jagger.
Ron Wood holds up a glass after being evacuated from a yacht that caught on fire near the town of Angra dos Reis, Brazil, April 8, 1998. Wood and other members of the Rolling Stones were on tour in Brazil.
Mick Jagger drives his band across New York's Brooklyn Bridge on Aug. 18, 1997, on their way to a news conference to announce the start of their world tour "Bridges to Babylon." Riding along are Keith Richards, foreground right, Charlie Watts, foreground left, and Ron Wood, background left.
Keith Richards, left, and Mick Jagger stand together on stage at the "Concert for New York," a benefit concert for the victims of the Sept. 11 attack on the World Trade Center, at New York's Madison Square Garden, Saturday, Oct. 20, 2001.