Grab Your 2013 Rolling Stones Tickets Today!
Following a phenomenally successful series of live dates at the tail end of 2012, not to mention recent news of a headlining
slot at the 2013 Glastonbury Festival, The Rolling Stones have stunned the public once again with a major announcement. For
the first time in 44 years, Mick Jagger, Keith Richards and Co. will return to one of London's most spectacular outdoor venues
for a pair of history-making Rolling Stones Hyde Park concerts. Buzz about the forthcoming gigs - set to take place on 6 July
and 13 July - spread quickly among rabid fans and music journalists, making the 2013 Rolling Stones Hyde Park shows among
the most-talked about, and sure-to-be most popular, live events of this year.
Celebrating their 50th anniversary in 2012, these rock kingpins are arguably the most influential band of all time. Part
of the British Invasion of the 1960s, they rewrote music history with their blues-driven brand of rock 'n' roll, infusing
influences from country, folk, pop and world music into their work.
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The Rolling Stones Biography - Britain's Favourite Rebels
Emerging as a sexier and more dangerous alternative to the pop melodies of The Beatles, the Rolling Stones were formed
by Mick Jagger and Keith Richards, along with assorted other musicians, in 1962. Soon drummer Charlie Watts and bassist Bill
Wyman were added to the line-up, and before long the group were attracting press attention as much for their rebellious behaviour
offstage as their songs.
Their first major chart breakthrough came with the single 'It's All Over Now', which hit Number One in 1964, starting a
prolific run of chart-toppers. By the 1970s and '80s, the quartet were a worldwide phenomenon, selling millions of copies
of classic albums such as Exile On Main Street and Sticky Fingers, and headlining huge stadiums and festivals.
In the decades since, they've enjoyed an unprecedented run of success, maintaining their place atop the music industry tree.
Still setting box office records for their tours - their 2005 jaunt A Bigger Bang grossed $558 million (£346 million)
- Rolling Stones tickets remain in extremely high demand around the world.
The fervour which has accompanied the 2013 Rolling Stones Hyde Park concert announcement underlines their enduring popularity
among fans. Find up-to-the-second listings for Rolling Stones tickets on StubHub UK.
Don't Miss Your Chance to See the Rolling Stones in London This July!
Keep tabs on the availability of Rolling Stones tickets on StubHub UK for the chance to attend these historic live happenings.
Fans of arena-worthy music may also wish to check ticket availability for upcoming tours from music's other leading lights.
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