No, it was The Beatles that sang 'Come Together'. It was written
by John Lennon.
Lennon and McCartney sang backing vocals on Sing This All Together from the Rolling Stones' Their Satanic Majesties Request album.
Yes, The Rolling Stones had a number one hit with Ruby Tuesday in 1967.
No, that was The Rolling Stones
No, that was The Doors.
"Under the boardwalk" was originally performed by The Drifters. Wikipedia does not mention its being performed by the Rolling Stones.
Ball of Confusion, Can't get Next to You, Psychedelic Shack, Rolling Stones.
the rolling stones I'm not sure
They played rock and heavy metal
that was sang by the group labelle in 1975
Nope, the Beatles sang Let it be
the rolling stones "I Wanna Be Your Man"
No but Michael had some sort of contract with them I believe.
The only listing on Lime Wire for that song is by Chris de Burgh.
Black and Blue is the thirteenth studio album by The Rolling Stones, released in 1976 it is not a single song.
NO.. Angie was recorded by The Rolling Stones with Mick Jagger singing. The song of a similar title which Rod recorded was Angel.