The Rolling Stones Archive

The Rolling Stones have unlocked the door to their archive, full of music, film and memorabilia from their incredible, almost fifty year career. At the Rolling Stones Archive you can listen to unheard, unreleased music, view unseen photographs and films, and look at rare memorabilia.

Hear the Bootlegs

Bootlegs, Merchandise and more

In the Rolling Stones Archive store, fans have the opportunity to buy the remastered bootlegs in FLAC or MP3. Other limited edition items such as signed posters, deluxe box sets, personalised merchandise and tour gear. Every week a different item is sold at a special price, keep checking back for new deals.

Visit the store

Ian Stewart by Dominique Tarlé at Nellcote in France, 1971

The Logo

The handwriting of the Rolling Stones Archive logo belongs to early member of the band, Ian “Stu” Stewart. He became their tour manager in 1963, and played piano on every studio album between 1964 and 1983, with the exception of Their Satanic Majesties and Beggars Banquet. Stu was adored and respected by the Rolling Stones until his sudden and young death, at the age of 47, in 1985. When the Rolling Stones were inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame four years later, they requested Stu’s name be included in their citation.

Stu’s handwriting is found throughout the archive because he meticulously detailed every track on every recording while he was alive.