Transcript for Rolling Stones 50th Anniversary Tour Excites Rock and Roll Fans
in the beginning they were notorious, they had a reputation for drugs, now they're celebrating their golden jubilee. Tickets are being sold online more than $18,000. London times released what it believes part of the set list, which includes some of the rock 'n roll classics. Here's nick schifrin. Reporter: Combined they're 273 years old. But 50 yeater later, the stones still rock. Loud. Rambuncti rambunctious. Their fans are really loyal. I've been to 300-plus rolling stones shows and I haven't stopped yet. Reporter: He first saw them in miami in 1969. The 300-plus shows that he's seen have taken him to a half a dozen countries. Before tonight's concert. Ti haven't quite. I can't stop. Reporter: Neither can they. ♪ Reporter: After a century ago, they started as a blues cover band. Good guys. Bad guys. The rolling stones were the bad guys. ♪ Reporter: That same year, the photographer just 18 years old shot the band right before they got huge. We had horde of screaming girls. It was fabulous. Reporter: He took these photographers which was one of the great recording sessions. It was an extraordinary session. Out of the sessions came songs like "painted black." Reporter: And he snapped one of the most iconic vers. This shaggy, slightly bedraggled, warn-out stoned. Reporter: Today as the band turns 50, they don't look that different. Is everybody ready? Is everybody ready? Are you ready? Reporter: Critics know they aren't too old to rock 'n roll. And neither are their fans. Will ever stop going to stones concerts? Well, it depends on who last longer and right now, those guys are in a lot better shape than i am. Reporter: Man, do we love it. For "good morning america," I'm nick schifrin in london.
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