The Rolling Stones Talk 50 Years of Rock and 'Crossfire-Hurricane'

“Extra’s” A.J. Calloway caught up with the Rolling Stones; Mick Jagger, Keith Richards, Ronnie Wood and Charlie Watts, to talk 50 years of rock n’ roll and the new HBO documentary “Crossfire Hurricane.”

If anyone knows the secret to this kind of success, it’s the Stones. Mick explained, “You just enjoy what you do and don't get too carried away with it... don’t get carried away with yourself too much. I did in my early days… now I’m sort of grounded.”

Fans will get to see the band’s rise to fame in the new doc, including old photos and video. “I didn't realize how much that was going on was actually being filmed... I don't remember being photographed!” Keith Richards said.

Jagger even does an Elvis impression in the movie. “It’s a terrible impression,” he said. “You'll see. It’s so bad.”

HBO's "Crossfire-Hurricane" debuts at 9:00 PM on Nov. 15