Rockers The Rolling Stones have unveiled a brand new logo to mark their 50th anniversary, which they will be celebrating later this year.
Designed by street artist Shepard Fairey, the band have reworked their iconic lips and tongue emblem, to include a mention of the massive mile stone. In celebration of 50 years, the guys are also releasing a new book later on this month, while a photo exhibition titled 'The Rolling Stones: 50' opens at London's Somerset House on July 13th, fans will be happy to hear.
However, Mick Jagger has denied rumours the band will take part in the London 2012 Olympic opening and closing ceremonies.
"We are not playing the Olympics, but I'm looking forward to watching the Games like everyone else," he tweeted.
There's another iconic band to cross off the list, then! Still set to be one hell of a show though.
Meanwhile, The Rolling Stones have also hinted that they may collaborate with former White Stripes star Jack White.
Band member Keith Richards revealed that he would team-up with Jack, following their previous collaboration on solo material back in 2009.
Guitarist Keith Richards told Rolling Stone, "I don't know if Jack ever considered that it was actually, like, master cuts. But at the same time if he wanted to [release them], I'd probably say, 'Yeah'''
Ooo, watch this space...
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