Posted by John nichols on March 03, 2020 at 12:13:12 user Mcneacail.
The Muddy Waters song Rollin' Stone (1950) was named after a proverbial maxim of Publilius: "A rolling stone gathers no moss" (Latin: Saxum volutum non obducitur musco). The phrase is also given as "Musco lapis volutus haud obducitur", and in some cases as "Musco lapis volutus haud obvolvitur". The music band The Rolling Stones in turn was named after Muddy Waters' song.
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