"Mick Jagger, early in the band's career, thought that they
probably weren't going to last more than three years, said Meredith
Rutledge-Borger. "So here we are, 50 years later."
The internationally-famous rock group has one of the longest music
careers in the business.
"The key is they still enjoy it," Rutledge-Borger
explained. "You can see from the recent shows that they're still doing that
they obviously really enjoy it. They enjoy each other. They enjoy
19 Action News asked Terry Moyer how long she has been a Stones
"Guess since I was about 8 years old," Moyer said. "So how
old am I now right? Fifty."
Moyer's uncle introduced her to the "best band in the land."
"He gave me a bunch of his albums," said Moyer. "I
recorded them on cassettes back then and I just listened to them all the time."
Moyer also said, "Then I got my own record. As I grew up I worked
in radio and played them on the air."
Daniel Lancy is nowhere near 50 years old, but he digs the Stones.
"Mick Jagger is 70 years old and still doing all the antics
and jumping around everywhere. It's pretty incredible," said Lancy.
"It's definitely worthwhile to see everything."
Rutledge-Borger describes some of the items people will see when
they visit the exhibit.
"We have early guitars that belonged to
Brian Jones and Keith Richards," Rutledge-Borger said. "We have beautiful
clothing from all throughout the band's career."
The exhibit is also an interactive
experience. Visitors can pay to take pictures and post them online.
Locals get a discount.
Much to the delight of their fans, the
exhibit will be at the Rock Hall until February 2014.