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Rolling Stoness Iorr Website Is Perfect For Any Fan


Many of the true Rolling Stones fans think it is only poetic that fan club uses the name, "It's only Rock and Roll" (IORR) which is the identical name of the album they released in 1974. This is also the final album Mick Taylor played on, because shortly after that he left the band. However, all true fans already know this tidbit of information. Members of the Rolling Stones Iorr fan club communicate online through their main website.

The website is www.iorr.org. It is a place all fans from around the world can go to get the latest information on what is happening with the Rolling Stones. It has the latest and greatest photos, new tour dates and the current news about the band. I know one member who downloaded a specific picture from the website and had a section of it made into a tattoo.

Many of the members like to chat with one another. You will usually find the message boards going crazy with multiple conversations at the same time. Every once in a while you will see a posting of a band member sighting. This is always such a powerful experience. Making the Rolling Stones IORR fan club website is the perfect place to post your experience. I have heard of a couple of members like to trade used concert tickets.

Some members like to compare who traveled the farthest to see the Rolling Stones, while others like compare who had the best tickets. There are also posts about some of the crazy things that happened at a Rolling Stones concert. You know stories about whom made it backstage. If you can catch one of these Rolling Stones IORR conversations, you should. They are always a blast to read. Who knows you may have an experience to add.

One of the remarkable things about the Rolling Stones IORR fan website is that you can find and/or trade collectors' items. Many collectors like this website because they know who they are dealing with. They know that the person selling or trading the items is a true fan. They do not feel like they are simply trying to make a profit, or trying to rip them off.

They feel like the other collector is truly excited to sell them the item. You will thoroughly enjoy the information posted on the website. In 20 minutes you will be able to look at photos from their tour back in '72 and/or the TOTA '75 tour. You will also be able to read about their latest practice. You will feel like you have been transported between decades.

 

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