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Rolling Stones Bio

The Rolling Stones have enjoyed one of the longest and most important careers in the history of recorded music. They’ve been releasing hit albums and playing sold-out shows for more than five decades, and they’re still going strong. More than half a century after they were founded, the Rolling Stones remain one of the most important bands working in rock and roll today. Rolling Stones tickets and albums are still among the industry’s top sellers, and their loyal fans still follow their every move.

But that’s not to imply that nothing has changed for the Rolling Stones. Since they first came together in London in 1962, the Rolling Stones have seen it all. Over the course of the 1960s, 70s, 80s, 90s, 2000s, and 2010s, the Rolling Stones have helped lead the British Invasion, experienced vast changes in their commercial and critical fortunes, lost and gained band members, and cemented their place in rock and roll history. They’ve competed for their place in rock and roll with everyone from the Beatles to U2 to today’s emerging acts – and they’ve always stood their ground. It’s been a long journey, but the Rolling Stones and their fans have enjoyed every moment of it.

The roots of the Rolling Stones can be traced all the way back to the childhoods of frontman Mick Jagger and guitarist Keith Richards, the most famous members of the band. The two were just children when they bonded with each other over their shared love for R&B and early rock music. Though the two parted ways when Jagger’s family moved, they reunited in 1960 after a chance encounter at a train station. When they came across each other again, making the music they loved only seemed natural.

Jagger and Richards spend the next few years playing together in a variety of blues and rock bands. After leaving a band called Blues Incorporated, they answered a newspaper band and joined Brian Jones and Ian Stewart in an R&B band. It was the earliest form of the Rolling Stones.

Then billed as the Rollin’ Stones, the band began playing gigs around London in 1962. The soon added bassist Bill Wyman and drummer Charlie Watts, completing the core lineup that would make the group famous. They began to work with manager Andrew Loog Oldham, who changed the band’s name to the Rolling Stones and fired band member Ian Stewart. Stewart remained a touring member of the band until the 1980s, but would not be among the familiar members of the band to grace album covers and concert posters.

These changes made the band more marketable and helped them secure a recording contract with Decca Records. The band’s first single was a cover of Chuck Berry’s “Come On.” Their second was a song written by the Beatles’ John Lennon and Paul McCartney. Their first record was full of cover songs like these, and those sorts of songs were what they played for the American fans who purchased Rolling Stones tickets for their first U.S. tour in 1964.

But soon the Rolling Stones began to focus on their own material and their own style of music. Rather than cover the Beatles, they began to compete with them: soon, the Rolling Stones were seen as the shaggier, more rebellious, and more dangerous of the two famous British Invasion bands. The band broke into the mainstream with The Rolling Stones No. 2 (1965), which was released in the U.S. as The Rolling Stones, Now! That same year saw the release of Out of Our Heads (1965), which included the first Jagger/Richards single to reach number 1 in the U.K., “The Last Time.” Later in 1965, “(I Can’t Get No) Satisfaction” became the band’s first monster international hit. It would be Jagger and Richards’ songwriting talents that would fuel the rest of the band’s career.

The band continued to dominate in the mid- to late 1960s, but they would face serious adversity by the end of the decade. They were arrested on drug charges, and Jones began to feud with Richards. In 1969, Jones drowned in his swimming pool. The band soldiered on.

Despite the loss of Jones, the next few years would be see the Rolling Stones release some of the best material of their career. After Beggars Banquet (1968) and Let it Bleed (1969), the last two albums to include Jones, the band released Sticky Fingers (1971) and Exile on Main St (1972).

The Rolling Stones were at the height of their powers in the late 1960s and early 1970s. Fans lined up to buy Rolling Stones tickets and Rolling Stones albums in those years. But internal turmoil led to a weakened studio efforts over the following years. The malaise lasted until the band returned to form with Some Girls in 1978. Some Girls was the band’s strongest effort since Exile on Main St, and it saw them evolving their sound to incorporate the influence of rising genres like punk rock. it featured Ronnie Wood on guitars – he’d replaced Mick Taylor in 1975, and would stick with the band from then on. The band put out several more strong albums over the next few years.

But the mid-1980s brought new challenges. The relationship between Mick Jagger and Keith Richards was souring, and Jagger signed a solo record deal. It began to look like Mick Jagger would leave the Rolling Stones for good.

Thankfully, Jagger and Richards put aside their differences after the band’s Rock and Roll Hall of Fame induction in 1989. The band released Steel Wheels that year, and toured periodically throughout the 1990s.

In 2005, the Rolling Stones released A Bigger Bang, their first studio effort since 1997’s Bridges to Babylon. The album met with positive reviews and was heralded as a return to form for the group. More than four decades after their founding, the Rolling Stones had done it again.

Today, the Rolling Stones continue to tour and play music around the globe, giving fans new and old alike the chance to get their hands on Rolling Stones tickets. It’s been more than half a century since Mick Jagger and Keith Richards first started getting together to play blues and rock covers, but the band is as vibrant and important as ever. The Rolling Stones, rock and roll’s most ageless act, are still going strong.

Top 3 Rolling Stones Tracks:

Jumpin' Jack Flash
Miss You

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Cheap Rolling Stones Tickets

The events below have been the cheapest of the season. We've listed the starting (lowest) price for any ticket to the event.
$42.00 Rolling Stones with Grace Potter — 06/06/2015
AT&T Stadium; Arlington, TX
$47.00 Rolling Stones with Ed Sheeran — 06/27/2015
Arrowhead Stadium; Kansas City, MO
$48.00 Desert Trip 3 Day Pass Tickets — 10/14/2016
Empire Polo Field; Indio, CA
$54.00 Rolling Stones with Kid Rock — 05/30/2015
Ohio Stadium; Columbus, OH
$55.00 Rolling Stones with Awolnation — 06/20/2015
Heinz Field; Pittsburgh, PA
$82.00 Rolling Stones — 07/11/2015
New Era Field; Orchard Park, NY
$83.00 Rolling Stones with Grace Potter — 06/03/2015
TCF Bank Stadium; Minneapolis, MN
$88.00 Rolling Stones with St. Paul and The Broken Bones — 06/09/2015
Bobby Dodd Stadium; Atlanta, GA
$117.00 Rolling Stones with Walk The Moon — 07/08/2015
Comerica Park; Detroit, MI
$128.00 Rolling Stones with Buddy Guy — 06/23/2015
Marcus Amphitheater Summerfest; Milwaukee, WI

Best and Most Expensive Rolling Stones Tickets

The events below have been the most expensive of the season. Their starting prices are listed to the left.
$1,380.00Rolling Stones — 10/29/2014
Perth Arena; Perth, Austrailia
$1,226.00The Rolling Stones — 09/27/2017
Estadio Olimpico Lluis Companys; Barcelona, Spain
$997.00Rolling Stones with Gary Clark Jr. — 05/24/2015
Petco Park; San Diego, CA
$887.00Rolling Stones — 03/17/2016
Foro Sol; Mexico City, Mexico
$846.00Rolling Stones — 11/12/2014
Sydney SuperDome (Acer Arena); Sydney, AU
$807.00The Rolling Stones — 10/15/2017
Geldredome; Arnhem, Netherlands
$797.00Rolling Stones — 02/20/2016
Maracana Stadium; Rio De Janeiro, Brazil
$788.00Rolling Stones — 03/10/2016
Estadio El Campin; Bogota, Colombia
$770.00Rolling Stones — 11/01/2014
Perth Arena; Perth, Austrailia
$507.00Desert Trip Friday Only Weekend 1 with The Rolling Stones and Bob Dylan — 10/07/2016
Empire Polo Field; Indio, CA