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(FILE PHOTO) Mick Jagger, lead singer for the rock group the "Rolling Stones" performs in Wembley Stadium in London, 10 September 1973. (Credit should read Photo by  AFP/Getty Images) (FILE PHOTO) Mick Jagger, lead singer for the rock group the "Rolling Stones" performs in Wembley Stadium in London, 10 September 1973. (Credit should read Photo by AFP/Getty Images)  

Former Rolling Stones producer Andy Johns dies at 62 years old

British record producer and sound engineer Andy Johns, who like his older brother Glyn Johns worked with some of the biggest rock bands of the 1960s and ’70s, including the Rolling Stones and Led Zeppelin, has died at 62. British newspapers reported that Johns passed on after suffering from a liver ailment.

Andy Johns started his career as a tape operator at London’s Olympic Studios during a period of exceptional musical ferment. He later recalled that “in those days you could go into one studio and Joe Cocker was working, and then you’re working with Jimi Hendrix in Studio One, or down the corridor Eric Clapton is doing something.”

Full story: Andy Johns dies at 62; helped produce Stones, Led Zeppelin