The Rolling Stones band’s logo and what you didn’t know.

 1: Rolling Stones.

The Rolling Stones band's logo and what you didn't know.

 The Rolling Stones is an English band whose rock and roll genre blended with blues, rhythm and blues became popular during the “British Invasion” period in the early 1960s. was founded in London in 1962 by Brian Jones, and was eventually led by singer Mick Jagger and guitarist Keith Richards. Drummer Charlie Watts and bass guitar player Bill Wyman completed the initial first formation. The image of messy hair and surly youth is something that many musicians still have to follow. The original band leader Jones was fired from the band and eventually passed away in 1969 and was replaced by 20-year-old Mick Taylor. 

Taylor’s inclusion in the band helped lead the band back toward more rock-based music, a trend the band sought after Jones left. It was during the 1969 American tour that the Stones were introduced and later commonly referred to as “The Greatest Rock & Roll Band in the World”. Taylor also left the Stones in 1974, and was replaced by Faces’ former guitarist Ron Wood. Wyman left the band in 1993. The band has released 55 original and edited albums and has 37 top 10 singles. 

They have sold more than 200 million albums worldwide. The 1971 Sticky Fingers album kicked off a streak of eight number one albums in the United States. In 1989, the Rolling Stones were appointed to the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame, and in 2004 they ranked number 4 in Rolling Stone magazine’s 100 Greatest Artists of All Time. Their most recent album, A Bigger Bang, was released in 2005 and has been accompanied by a two-year world tour that is still ongoing. 

2: The Rolling Stones ‘lips & tongue’ emblem 

The Rolling Stones band's logo and what you didn't know.

The Rolling Stones logo was designed in 1970 and has been used as the symbol of this famous rock band ever since. This original work of art which is considered to be the “most famous rock logo in the world” has just been sold for approximately 100 thousand USD. The Victoria & Albert Museum won an auction in the US for ownership of the logo in late 2008.

The Rolling Stones leader Mick Jagger reached out to design students to help create the band’s logo when the Decca design didn’t satisfy him. Mick Jagger attended John Pasche’s graduation at the Royal College of the Arts London. “When I first met Jagger in the Rolling Stones office, face to face, the first thing I had to watch out for were Jagger’s lips and mouth,” John Pasche recalled. And a great creative emblem was born, simulating Mick Jagger’s famous lips and showing the band’s rebellious side. This logo was first used on the Rolling Stones album Sticky Fingers in 1971. John Pasche was also the designer of the Rolling Stones show poster series during the 1970s and early 1980s. John Pasche also collaborated with many famous artists including Sir Paul McCartney, The Who … In fact, the Rolling Stones logo from many people’s point of view is not exactly beautiful, but strange and impressive. However, it was the band’s success that made the Rolling Stones brand value.

 3: A gift for fans of The Rolling Stones

 The Rolling Stones is a famous group in the world, The Rolling Stones has a lot of fans. Currently, young people often collect gifts The Rolling Stones. The Rolling Stones Cup, Rolling Stones T-shirt, Rolling Stones pullover. 

During the holidays of Christmas, Halloween, this is a special gift for everyone, you can give it to your family and friends.

The Rolling Stones band's logo and what you didn't know.

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