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YouTube Launches Living Legends

Rolling Stones start it up

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YouTube has launched a new monthly program called Living Legends that allows users to ask questions about featured celebrities.

YouTube - Living Legends
YouTube – Living Legends
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The Rolling Stones are starting up the series that coincides with the release of Martin Scorsese concert film opening today, featuring the band called "Shine a Light," a song title off their critically acclaimed double album "Exile on Main St." released in 1972.

YouTube says it plans to feature people from a number of different fields in the future including film, sports, and politics.

Besides being able to upload a video and ask the Stones questions you can also watch a number of live concert videos of the band on the Living Legends homepage.
 

YouTube Launches Living Legends
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    In fact it’s a gas: watching the Stones do Jumpin’ Jack Flash is a gas!

    For me, a big fan of the Stones, the news couldn’t be better. The ability for such a crew as Mick and company to communicate with their fans is indeed good news.

    It will be interesting to see what other Legends You Tube lines up. I am excited about this series.

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