>> The most famous lips and tongue in rock and roll. Lavish costumes from decades of world tours. Keith Richards' diary from 1963. All part of the Rolling Stones traveling show of memorabilia called Exhibitionism, which arrived in New York this week from London.>> We tried to make each room really different.
So each room should be kind of like wow, wasn't expecting that. I wasn't expecting that. So I think it's an entertaining little walk-through that you could spend an hour, you can linger but it's takes me and hour to go through.
Mick's t-shirt from the band's 69 concert in at Altamont, guitars that have cranked out countless hits, hand written notes and lyrics.>> I think I walked away with it, how much The Stones mean to so many people.
unbelievably, I looked at it, and I'm home.
And then that way, it's kind of humbling in a way. It's quite, I mean, I'm not particularly sentimental but it's very touching to me.>> The exhibit, which next moves to Chicago, comes as The Stones are set to release their first album in ten years. The key to their long longevity?
>> Good living, yeah, clean health, plenty of exercise, and a cold shower every morning. Believe that and you'll believe anything.