On July 12, 1962, the Rollin' Stones performed their first-ever gig at London's Marquee jazz club. Down the line, a "g" was added and their destiny was sealed. These five white British kids honed a style that bled bluesy undertones into dark insinuations of women, sex, and drugs. Denounced as "corruptors of youth" and "messengers of the devil," they created some of the most thrilling music ever recorded. Lesley-Ann Jones tracks this unstoppable band through hope, glory, and exile, into the juggernaut years and beyond into rock's ongoing reckoning. Good, bad, and often ugly, here are the Rolling Stones as never seen before.