A new Rolling Stones documentary series that marks the band’s 60th anniversary is expected in just a couple of months.
My Life as a Rolling Stone originally debuted on the BBC this year, but it looks as though it will make more of an international presence on August 7.
The series explores the group’s story through portraits of the band’s longest serving core, Mick Jagger, Keith Richards, Ronnie Wood and late-drummer Charlie Watts.
Each of the four episodes, explores each player’s personality, background and cultural impact. The series will include previously unreleased footage, plus new interviews with Wood, Richards and Jagger. Other contributors of note include Steven Tyler, Slash, Chrissie Hynde, Rod Stewart and Tina Turner.
“This distinctive documentary captures the raw and organic energy that defines The Rolling Stones and tells the gripping, epic story of their journey,” said Epix president Michael Wright in a statement. “I am excited for viewers to experience this legendary band as few ever had before.”
The Stones are set to get back onstage this week with their ‘Stones Sixty’ tour in Milan.
The band postponed their last two shows after Jagger tested positive for COVID. The 78-year-old confirmed on Monday that he is on the mend and ready to sing.