They were and still are, the grand old men of Rock 'N Roll. They're the Rolling Stones, and the various members over the year are still famous not only for their professional achievements, but some of their personal antics as well.
Bill Wyman, guitarist (b.1936) was with the band for 29 years, during which he also managed a little solo work, and according to him, some of the group work for which Mick Jagger has denied him credit, including the riff in "Jumpin' Jack Flash".
A self-taught guitar player, Wyman started out with piano lessons as a child, but left them at the age of 13, to pursue other interests. Thirteen appears to be an age when a lot of things change for many people, including Wyman's future wife, Mandy Smith.
He began dating her, with her mother's permission, when Mandy was only 13, (he was 47) something that later raised a furor in the public when it was claimed they were having sex, and she was underage. However, they stayed together despite the fuss, but the dating was longer than the marriage. Wed when she was 19, the two divorced a year later.
But wait! The story gets better. During his courtship of Mandy, Wyman's son Stephen began dating Mandy's mother. He married the mother, shortly after his father's divorce. Had Bill and Mandy stayed married, Bill would have been Stephen's father and son-in-law. Stephen would have been his son, and his father-in-law. Mrs. Smith would have been Mandy's mother and daughter-in-law, and Mandy would have been Mrs. Smith's daughter and mother-in-law.