The Rolling Stones hit the 'Exhibitionism' red carpet in London and discuss nostalgia, fashion - and Brexit. Rough Cut - no reporter narration.
NATURAL ROUGH CUT (NO REPORTER NARRATION) The remaining members of the Rolling Stones took to the red carpet on Monday evening (April 4) for the launch of an exhibition focusing on their 50 year career. 'Exhibitionism' was launched at London's Saatchi gallery and features hundreds of items from their long-running career, from Mick Jagger's jumpsuits to Keith Richards' guitars. The band's guitarist Ronnie Wood said the exhibition had been three years in the making. "We've been planning it for months and months, but it still surprises me with some of the stuff that's ended up in there and there's more surprises for me to see yet. I've only been round twice, and you notice different things every time", Wood said. Instruments including guitars played by Richards and Ronnie Wood and Charlie Watts' drum kit are on display at the gallery, alongside Jagger's lyric book. The Stones' frontman Mick Jagger also found time to comment on 'Brexit' - Britain's decision on whether or not to stay in the European Union. "I mean obviously I have thoughts about it and like a lot of people, you know, not completely sure. It's a very emotional thing. We shouldn't probably make these calls on emotions, but I think you've got to think it through and it affects different people in different ways. We're all differently affected, emotionally and economically by this decision", Jagger said. "Exhibitionism" runs at the Saatchi Gallery from April 5 to Sept. 4, after which it will tour 11 cities around the world over a four-year period.