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A New Rolling Stones Tour?

The Rolling Stones are one of the greatest and most prolific rock and roll bands of all time. The band formed in 1962, has had twenty four studio albums and have played 38 different tours, starting in Britain and branching out to around the world, since their inception.


For many of the Rolling Stones Tour locations, the band played in and around Britain, around Europe, in the United States, and in Australia. They have also, for specific concert tour dates, played in Japan, Singapore, South Africa, China, India, and Thailand, as well as a number of countries in South America. The band have fans all over the world and the Rolling Stones Tour in 2006 entitled "A Bigger Bang" was named the most successful concert tour of all time with $437 million in ticket sales, outdoing previous records by the Rolling Stones themselves as well as Irish rock band U2.

Along with the incredible number of times the Rolling Stones tour around the world, they've also put out twenty four studio albums, in addition to many live albums and compilation discs. The Rolling Stones had eight albums in a row that hit number one on the United States music charts and they have sold more than 200 million albums worldwide. In 1989, the Rolling Stones were inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame.

According to reports, there may be a new Rolling Stones tour in the works. Apparently, they've been offered a multi-million pound deal to play a number of live shows in the United States. This will mean that they'll be back on the road with their new tour before the end of 2009.

With all their success, the Rolling Stones don't show any signs of slowing. They've been consistently releasing albums, touring, and selling out shows for the last forty seven years, an incredible accomplishment for any band. They've gone through many musicians over the years, but the two constants in the band have been Mick Jagger and Keith Richard, with Charlie Watts playing drums for the band for 46 of the 47 years they've been together. This new Rolling Stones tour to take place in the United States in 2009 is a very exciting prospect for all Rolling Stones fans, as they will again get to experience the dynamic showmanship of the band and share the joy of their music with the younger generations. Hopefully there will be many more Rolling Stones tour dates to come.


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