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Why: This morning, Chandler was singing "Sunshine of Your Love," which made me think of Cream, which made me think of CREEM, which made me think of Almost Famous and that scene where they get their picture on the cover of the Rolling Stone:
(That song, by the way, was written by Shel Silverstein).
Answer: The band! Except they were named after a Muddy Waters song:
According to Richards, Jones christened the band during a phone call to Jazz News. When asked for a band name Jones saw a Muddy Waters LP lying on the floor of which one of the tracks was "Rollin' Stone." On July 12, 1962, the band played their first gig at the Marquee Club billed as "The Rollin' Stones"(That 1950 song is is Waters' interpretation of "Catfish Blues," a traditional blues that dates back to 1920s Mississippi.)
Their first single was a version of the Chuck Berry song "Come On," released in summer 1963.
The first issue of Rolling Stone was published Nov. 9, 1967. John Lennon was on the cover.
The More You Know: The Rolling Stones have been on the cover of Rolling Stone 13 times, and Mick Jagger has been on a total of 29 times. Only John Lennon was on more, with 30.