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As he played with his group, Jones also moonlighted under the name Elmo Jones at the Ealing Blues Club. At the pub, he became reacquainted with Blues, Inc. , which now featured drummer Charlie Watts , and, on occasion, cameos by Jagger and Richards . Jones became friends with Jagger and Richards , and they soon began playing together with Taylor and Stewart ; during this time, Mick was elevated to the status of Blues, Inc. 's lead singer. With the assistance of drummer Tony Chapman , the fledgling band recorded a demo tape. After the tape was rejected by EMI, Taylor left the band to attend the Royal College of Art; he would later form the Pretty Things . Before Taylor 's departure, the group named itself the Rolling Stones , borrowing the moniker from a Muddy Waters song.



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