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Brian Jones was one of the true pioneers of modern music. As the founder member of the Rolling Stones, Brian's love of the blues and extrovert personality made him a star. But his arrest on drugs charges in 1967 sent him into a drink-and-drugs fuelled depression and his life slipped out of control. It was then that he met a beautiful Scandanavian girl named Anna Wohlin. He pursued her relentlessly, and they fell in love. How could they have guessed that a trivial domestic dispute would result in the most puzzling death in rock 'n' roll history? Anna was a witness on that summer evening in 1969. Paralysed by grief, and intimidated by the Stones' legal team, her story was never told. Now, as the tragic end of their love affair makes the big screen, Anna Wohlin gives her own account of what happened the night the music died.

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