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    Rolling Stones

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    To a college student, or even to a professor, putting a time frame for the Rolling Stones is a task which requires envisioning a world before every memory one has ever made. “Timeless” would be an appropriate adjective, but “the 1950s” serves just as well. The band did not start as its line-up consists of today. Hardly, if any, bands have ever started like that. The Rolling Stones started as a small teen band named, “Little Boy Blue and the Blue Boys”, with Mick Jagger singing and Keith Richards

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    Rolling Stones History

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    Being formed in 1962, The Rolling Stones is one of the most recognizable bands in history. Consisting of four members: Mick Jagger, Keith Richards, Charlie Watts, and Brian Jones. Mick Jagger is the band’s frontman with the vocals. Keith Richards with the guitar. Charlie Watts is the drummist for the band. Brian Jones, who also played the guitar for the band. They are known as the “longest performing rock band of all time” (history1900s.about.com). They were one of the bands who came from the British

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    The Rolling Stones Thesis: What started out as just a bad boy version of the Beatles has become a phenomenon of popular culture. Introduction A. The Rolling Stones are one of the Greatest and most Iconic Rock and Roll bands of all time The Rolling Stones had a bumpy road to stardom. How the Rollings Stones started to come together Mick Jagger and Keith Richards met. How Brian Jones came to join them. How Ian Stewart, Bill Wyman and Charlie Watts came to join the band Their first

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    The Rolling Stones: A Brief Biography

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    The Rolling Stones are one of the most well known hard rock bands. They have a distinctive history that separates them from other similar rock bands. Their unique sound formed the basis of rock and roll. The band had a huge influence on British music through things such as their fashion, fusion of obscure genres, and attitude. Over the course of the last fifty years, The Rolling Stones unique history, sound, and overall look still has an influence on modern British bands. The bad has an obscure

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    a teenager. My dad listened to the Rolling Stones since he was a young teenager and many people still listen to the music that came out when he was in high school. Although, the Rolling Stones are unfading, new, urbane bands have come out such as One Direction. In fifty years, the adolescent may be listening to One Direction. The Stones perpetuated their success which inspires bands like One Direction to use them as an exceptional precedent. The Rolling Stones and One Direction are both extremely

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    the Rolling Stones have released twenty-nine studio albums, eighteen live albums, numerous videos, concert films and compilations. The band was inducted into the UK Music Hall of Fame in 2004 and the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame in 1989. They were ranked fourth on Rolling Stone magazine's 100 Greatest Artists of All Time. As of 2014, their albums had sold an estimated 250 million. Well known for their amazing performances onstage and their wild reputations offstage, perhaps the Rolling Stones most

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    some, December 6, 1969 may not hold any particular significance. To Rolling Stones front man Mick Jagger, however, it’s remembered as the day the sixties suffered a tragic death. Irrational bikers and terrified fans were not a part of Jagger’s vision when him and his bandmates organized a free concert at California’s Altamont Speedway. Despite incessant warnings that a concert of such a large magnitude was not the best idea, the Stones went ahead with it in light of criticism they’d received regarding

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    Whether you prefer “Here Comes the Sun” by The Beatles or “Paint it Black” by The Rolling Stones, there is no denying they are two of the most influential bands. The Rolling Stones and The Beatles are two transformational bands that emerged in the early 1960’s from UK. There is much discussion regarding who has the most relevance today. Critics and industry analysts have agreed that The Beatles and The Rolling Stones have both shaped and continue to shape up and coming musicians today. Many artists

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    Who is better: The Beatles or The Rolling Stones? This is quite possibly the most debated question in the history of rock music. Unfortunately, many debaters don’t learn the facts about these two legendary bands before plunging into heated arguments about this topic. What is surprising about these two groups is that they are exceptionally alike. Though they are minuscule, there are distinctions that set The Beatles and The Rolling Stones apart. The Beatles are known, respectively, as the fathers

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    I’m here today to discuss, compare, and contrast the Beatles and the Rolling Stones, two of the best rock and roll bands from the 1960s. During the British Invasion, both of these bands had a lasting impression worldwide inspiring many of the current artists today. Although both bands are similar, they have many differences. The Beatles were formed in London and consisted of four prime members: John Lennon, Paul McCartney, Ringo Starr, and George Harrison. When they first came out from Liverpool

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