Stones roll out for documentary in NY ahead of album launch
Wednesday 12 May 2010
The Rolling Stones turned out at New York's Museum of Modern Art on Tuesday for a documentary on the album the legendary rockers release next week.
The rock-umentary "Stones in Exile," which includes previously unseen images of the group, was the high point of a star-studded event also attended by three of the four Stones: Mick Jagger, Keith Richards and Charlie Watts.
"Stones in Exile" is part of the promotional whirl for the release of the digitally remastered 1972 album "Exile on Main Street" on May 18 in the United States, along with an additional CD with 10 previously unreleased songs.
The 90-minute documentary, which goes on sale in June, will be shown in the United States next week on NBC television.
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