The Rolling Stones Tickets
|Latest The Rolling Stones Tickets|
Desert Trip: Weekend 1: The Rolling Stones, Bob Dylan, Paul McCartney, Neil Young, Roger Waters & The Who - 3 Day Pass
Empire Polo Field
Oct 7 2016
The Rolling Stones
Oct 19 2016
Details of The Rolling Stones and the Ticket Luck value
The self-proclaimed 'World's Greatest Rock and Roll Band' actually did prove their claim to the title. With their unique brand of bluesy rock the band became one of the leading names in the world of rock music. The sustained popularity of the rock legends is backed by an impressive list of songs and albums. Incorporating music of their contemporaries like the Beatles, Who and Kinks, the band experimented musically but always stayed true to its roots.
The Rolling Stones started off as a quintet playing their first gig at the Marquee Club in 1962. Mick Jagger featured as the band's front man, while Keith Richards and Brian Jones performed at the rhythm guitars. Other initial members included Ian Stewart and Dick Taylor as bassists. Later on Charlie Watts joined the band as the drummer and Bill Wyman as bassist. Jagger and Richards soon became celebrities in their own right influencing countless musicians over the years. The band's current lineup consists of founding members Jagger and Richards, Watts on drums and Ronnie Wood on guitars.
The Rolling Stones rose to the forefront of the rock music landscape in 70's. Their remarkable career spans over more than five decades. Through times of shifting music sensibilities, Rolling Stones have rolled on strongly adapting to the prevalent styles but never straying far from their electric blues roots. Over the years, The Rolling Stones have dabbled in a variety of musical styles including album rock, rock and roll, blues rock and hard rock, among others.
The Rolling Stones has an impressive resume of achievements to its credit including an induction into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame and the UK Music Hall of Fame. The band ranked fourth on the Rolling Stone Magazine's list of “100 Greatest Artists of All Time”. With an estimated 250 million records sold worldwide, Rolling Stone also ranks among the best selling groups of all time. The iconic group ranked tenth on the Billboard's “Hot 100 All Time Top Artists” chart.
The highly prolific rock band has twenty-nine studio albums to its credit as well as eighteen live albums and numerous compilations. The rock legends are also responsible for a number of high-grossing concert tours. Voodoo Lounge Tour and Bridges to Babylon Tour in the 90's, Licks Tour and A Bigger Band Tour during the 2000's are among the highest-grossing tours of The Rolling Stones.
The Rolling Stones has numerous hits on the Billboard with several of their songs peaking at number one on the “Billboard Hot 100” chart. Their 60's chart topping songs include the famous track “(I Can't Get No) Satisfaction”, “Get Off of My Cloud”, “Ruby Tuesday” and “Paint It, Black”. With 70's classic hits “Angie”, “Miss You” and “Brown Sugar” the band ranked top at the “Billboard Hot 100” charts again. 80's era saw the songs “Emotional Rescue” and “Start Me Up” feature on the Billboard charts.
The Rolling Stones were at the peak of their career during the 70's scoring eight consecutive number one hits on the “Billboard 200” albums chart. The ascension began with the Rolling Stones most popular album to date, Sticky Fingers. Issued in 1971 the album included hits “Brown Sugar” and “Wild Horses”. The group recently announced a reissue of the album. Other chart topping albums included Goats Head Soup, It's Only Rock and Roll, Black and Blue, and Some Girls. Rolling Stones most recent studio album, GRRR! , peaked at number eight on the Billboard's “Top Rock Albums” chart.
The Rolling Stones has become a household name over the course of their career. The Rolling Stones tickets have always been in high demand among music lovers. The band has developed an extensive fan following by churning one hit song and album after the next and through tireless touring efforts. Their bluesy rock still appeals to countless audiences worldwide, and their rock icon status remains intact if not flourishing after all these years.