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The Rolling Stones Tickets
The Rolling Stones TicketsFor more than five decades, the Rolling Stones have graced concert venues across the globe with their unique union of rock and roll and rhythm and blues. The British rock band formed in London in 1962 and has since accrued three Grammys, three MTV Video Music Awards, two World Music Awards, one Q Award and countless other accomplishments. They were also inducted into the Grammy Hall of Fame for five hit songs, including their breakthrough No. 1 single, "(I Can't Get No) Satisfaction." The Rolling Stones have sold more than 240 million albums, including 109 singles, 29 studio albums and 13 live albums. Fans spanning multiple generations flock to watch Mick Jagger, Keith Richards and the rest of the group deliver one of the most quintessential live performances the world has ever seen.
The Longest-Performing Rock Band of All TimeAfter the Beatles ceased their live performances in 1966, the Rolling Stones became the biggest touring band on the planet. They played a critical role in the British Invasion in the mid-1960s and toured the world while consistently adding to their register of songs, including memorable hits like "Let's Spend the Night Together" (1967) and "Honkey Tonk Woman" (1969). The band's high rise to fame followed them into the 1970s as they made thousands of live performances and sealed multi-million record deals with knockouts like "Angie" (1973) and "Hot Stuff" (1976). While the members are now in their 60s and 70s, they continue to awe audiences in the new millennium with tours and performances.
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Who are the original members of the Rolling Stones?The Rolling Stones, named after the Muddy Water's song "Rollin' Stone," included original band members frontman Mick Jagger, bassist Bill Wyman, pianist Ian Stewart, drummer Charlie Watts and guitarists Brian Jones and Keith Richards. However, after several member lineup changes, the current members of the Rolling Stones include Mick Jagger (vocals and harmonica), Keith Richards (lead guitar), Ronnie Wood (guitar), Charlie Watts (drums) and Darryl Jones (bass).
Where are the Rolling Stones playing?The Rolling Stones might be coming to a location near you. The group of rock and roll icons are currently touring the US and are scheduled to perform 15 events in upcoming months. You can grab tickets to see one of their epic concerts in venues like the Mercedes-Benz Superdome in New Orleans, Lincoln Financial Field in Philadelphia and the Rose Bowl in California.
What can I expect from a Rolling Stones concert?The Rolling Stones are legends in the entertainment business. In addition to Mick Jagger's new moves, you can expect to see a dedicated performance with a recognizable setlist of hits like "Sympathy for the Devil," "You Can't Always Get What You Want," "Jumpin' Jack Flash" and "2120 South Michigan Avenue."
Have the Rolling Stones released any music recently?Although the Rolling Stones are best known for their recordings released in their heyday of the '60s and '70s, they continue to make music. Blue & Lonesome was released on December 2, 2016, following a string of concerts, including a notable event in Havana, Cuba, on March 2016. Blue & Lonesome is a collection of Chicago blues covers and is the Rolling Stones' first studio album in 11 years.
Which artists are similar to the Rolling Stones?If you love the Rolling Stones, you may also enjoy similar artists. The Beatles, Led Zeppelin, Pink Floyd, Bob Dylan and The Who are some notable picks.
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