Rolling Stones fans can watch a free stream of the legendary British rockers' recent appearance on Australia's TV newsmagazine, 60 Minutes.
According to an article posted Dec. 11 at HenneMusic.com, The Stones were each interviewed by reporter Charles Wooley for the story, which aired on Australia's Channel Nine network.
The 18:39 minute clip includes performance footage from the band's hugely successful 50 and Counting Tour intermixed with new interview footage with Mick Jagger, Keith Richards, Charlie Watts and Ronnie Wood.
The Rolling Stones recently announced a new round of 2014 tour dates, dubbed "14 on Fire," which will include stops in Australia along with gigs in the United Arab Emirates, New Zealand and Asia.
The Auzzy legs kicks off March 19 in Perth at Perth Arena and wraps up April 2 in Boondall prior to heading to New Zealand.
Check out the "60 Minutes" Stones footage at YouTube.com.
The Stones recently received three nominations for the 2014 Grammy Awards in the categories of Best Rock Song ("Doom and Gloom'), Best Boxed Or Special Limited Edition Package (“The Brussels Affair") and their classic 1969 single "Honky Tonky Woman" has been selected among the recordings being inducted into the Grammy Hall of Fame.
Did you know? The Rolling Stones concert film "Sweet Summer Sun - Return to Hyde Park" will make its world television premiere on Friday, December 20 at 9 p.m. ET on the Showtime network.