Rolling Stones exhibit opens at Rock Hall Museum

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In the early 1960s, The Rolling Stones were given questionnaires by fans. Mick Jagger replied that his interests were girls, eating and clothes and his dislikes were "intolerant people (and) having my hair cut."

That questionnaire is part of a huge Stones exhibit that opens today at the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame in Cleveland. Other items on display include Jagger's floor-length cape made from American and British flags that he wore on the 1981-82 tour and a 1970 letter the Stones sent Santana to ask for permission to use footage of their performance at Altamont for the "Gimme Shelter" film.

For the first time, the museum will allow fans to take photos, which will be used as part of an interactive display. The exhibit runs through March.

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