Check out all the tweets from The Rolling Stones' first-ever Twitter Q&A
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2015 is shaping up to be a big year for the seminal rock band The Rolling Stones. Not only is the group reissuing a deluxe edition of one of their most beloved albums, Sticky Fingers, on June 9, they’re soon to embark on a series of North American dates this summer. The Zip Code tour, which kicks off May 24 at PETCO Park in San Diego, is the band’s first U.S. trek since 2013 and it includes stops in mid-size markets like Columbus, Ohio and Nashville, Tennessee, while eschewing major cities like New York City and Chicago.

That philosophy of bringing their music to the people continued on May 18, when the band held their first-ever live Twitter Q&A, with each member taking turns answering questions from a moderator. First up was Stones drummer Charlie Watts, who was welcomed to Twitter with his very own trollish hashtag, #charliestoocoolforTwitter. Indeed, Watts did prove too cool for Twitter, as he could barely conceal his disgust when one fan asked if he would ever join the social media platform.

Watts also discussed his drumming technique, jazz covers of Rolling Stones songs and what it’s like to constantly be staring at Mick Jaggers’ butt.

Ronnie Wood was next to take part in the discussion and his answers were a bit more gregarious than Watts’ were. Watch below as Wood discusses the blues influences on his life, the items he collects on the road and his amazing hair.

Mick Jagger was the next to answer questions and he seemed to be in a good mood. The always charming frontman shared his thoughts on his favorite rappers, the iconic Sticky Fingers cover art and why he loves "Game of Thrones."

Keith Richards was last to sit down and his loose and carefree personality helped bring the Q&A to a light and fun conclusion. He even disclosed the secrets to a long and thriving life.

With their Twitter Q&A, The Rolling Stones offered their fans a cool opportunity for the 21st century version of a meet-and-greet, as well as a candid glimpse into their personal lives. Listen to a newly-released alternative version of their Sticky Fingers' classic "Can't You Hear Knocking" above and click here to check for Rolling Stones tickets in your city.