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See the Rolling Stones live in 2016. The band is booked for Desert Trip 2016, and tickets for all tour dates are available now.

For 45 years, the Rolling Stones have traveled the world, playing their own style of rock and roll. Mick Jagger, Keith Richards, Charlie Watts, and Ronnie Wood will play fifteen American dates this summer.

With their start coming in 1962, the Stones were certainly part of what has since been called the "British Invasion." First, the group had to work on their skills for a couple of years. The Stones were heavily influenced by their guitar player Brian Jones. Keith Richards also played guitar from the start, but Jones had a musical spell on the rest of the group. He lasted seven years before departing in 1969. It would be none other than Mick Taylor as a replacement. Mick Jagger and Charlie Watts are the other two original members of the band.

Rolling Stones found their sound just a few years into their effort. Thier first album, which was self titled contained only one original song. That song was titled "Tell Me." Still the album was a huge success, and the band moved on to record number two. It was aptly titled "Rolling Stones No.2." Once again the band decided to record music written by other artists. Album number three, titled "Now!" was similar to the first two, where the band took what they felt was the best music from other artists, and put their own spin on the songs.

Rolling Stones Tour History

The Rolling Stones first tour took place in the fal lof 1963, and the band traveled their home country of England. They took a short break before heading back out in January of 1964. By June of that same year, the Rolling Stones did their first US tour. Their travels were extensive all througout 1964 and 1965. The band took a tour break for the year of 1968. Throughout the 1970's, the band criss-crossed the globe, performing in the Pacific, Europe, United States and South America. By mid 1978, after yet another tour of the USA, the band needed to take a break from the road. They wouldn't venture out again until 1981. By then the band had been firmly established as a group for the ages. From 1989 on, the band's tours were titled: Steel Wheels, Voodoo Lounge, Bridges to Babylon, No Security, Licks, A Bigger Bang, 50 & Counting, and finally 14 On Fire. There is no name for this 2015 tour as of this posting.