Finally, the premiere date for forthcoming HBO drama 'Vinyl' has been announced, with a feature length pilot episode to kick it all off. Exploring music in the 1970s, the series has been produced by legendary filmmaker Martin Scorsese and The Rolling Stones' Mick Jagger.

Bobby Cannavale in 'Vinyl'Bobby Cannavale stars as Richie Finestra in 'Vinyl'

Created by the Oscar nominated Terence Winter, best known for his work on such shows as 'Boardwalk Empire' and 'The Sopranos' as well as movies like 'The Wolf Of Wall Street', the show has been in production since 2011 but after much waiting, we'll see the finished result for the first time in 2016. 'Vinyl' follows the story of a fictional New York record label called American Century Records and its founder Richie Finestra, tracing music through the decades from punk, through disco, to rock 'n' roll. 

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Primetime Emmy winner Bobby Cannavale has been brought in as the main star, having previously worked alongside Winter on 'Boardwalk Empire'. Many other familiar faces will also make appearances; Max Casella, for instance, who's also on 'Boardwalk Empire', and P.J. Byrne from The Wolf of Wall Street'. Additionally, we'll see 'The Wire' actor Paul Ben-Victor, 'Everybody Loves Raymond' star Ray Romano and, on the girls' side, film actress Juno Temple from 'Maleficent' and Olivia Wilde from 'House M.D.'. Mick Jagger's son James Jagger will also continue his blooming acting career in the music drama, after starring in 'Sex & Drugs & Rock & Roll' in 2010 and 'Stealing Summers' in 2011.

Olivia Wilde in 'Vinyl'Olivia Wilde joins the cast in 'Vinyl'

The first episode will be a two-hour long epic of drug-induced parties, crazy outfits and music that's really going to take you back. Plus, you'll be able to make a date of it, seeing as it starts on Valentine's Day - and what better way to spend the ultimate date night?

'Vinyl' will premiere on HBO on February 14th 2016.