The Rolling Stones

The Rolling Stones

Founded1962
OriginLondon, England, United Kingdom
  • 5.2m
    Spotify
  • 1.8m
    Instagram
  • 3.3m
    Twitter

The Rolling Stones is a music group formed in 1962 in London, England, United Kingdom. On Spotify, The Rolling Stones's audience is big, with around 5.2 million followers and a popularity score of 77 out of 100 as of 2018. The Rolling Stones's Instagram account (@therollingstones) has a large fanbase with around 1.8 million followers. The Rolling Stones's recent posts to Instagram have gotten about 37,000 likes each. The movies British Invasion (2014) and Ladies & Gentlemen The Rolling Stones Flashback To 1972 (2010) featured The Rolling Stones. On TV, The Rolling Stones has appeared on Saturday Night Live.

The Rolling Stones Popular Songs

Popularity
77/100
Followers
5.2m
TrackPopularity
Tattoo You (2009 Re-Mastered)1
Start Me Up - Remastered
Tattoo You (2009 Re-Mastered)
Out Of Our Heads2
(I Can't Get No) Satisfaction - Mono Version / Remastered 2002
Out Of Our Heads
Let It Bleed3
Gimme Shelter
Let It Bleed
Beggars Banquet4
Sympathy For The Devil
Beggars Banquet
Aftermath (Remastered)5
Paint It, Black
Aftermath (Remastered)
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A popularity score of 77 out of 100 and 5.2 million followers as of 2018 makes The Rolling Stones one of the most popular groups on Spotify. Tattoo You (2009 Re-Mastered), Out Of Our Heads, and Let It Bleed are some of the more popular The Rolling Stones albums. Notable tracks from these albums include Start Me Up - Remastered, (I Can't Get No) Satisfaction - Mono Version / Remastered 2002, and Gimme Shelter. Start Me Up - Remastered has a popularity score of 73 out of 100, making it The Rolling Stones's most popular track. (I Can't Get No) Satisfaction - Mono Version / Remastered 2002 and Gimme Shelter have popularity scores of 72 and 72, respectively. The Spotify popularity score is on a scale from 0 to 100 and reflects the number of times the song has been played and how recently it has been played.

The Rolling Stones TV Shows

TitleCreditYear
Saturday Night Live
Saturday Night Live
  • Guest
  • 1978
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As of 2018, The Rolling Stones has contributed to one TV show. Saturday Night Live is the only recent TV appearance for The Rolling Stones. The Rolling Stones were guests on Saturday Night Live in 1978.

The Rolling Stones Movies

TitleCreditYear
British Invasion
British Invasion
  • Actor
2014
Ladies & Gentlemen The Rolling Stones Flashback To 1972
Ladies & Gentlemen The Rolling Stones Flashback To 1972
  • Actor
2010
Rock of Ages: An Unauthorized Story on the Rolling Stones
Rock of Ages: An Unauthorized Story on the Rolling Stones
  • Actor
2009
Remember the 60's
Remember the 60's
  • Actor
2008
Shine a Light
Shine a Light
  • Executive Producer
2008
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As of 2018, The Rolling Stones has appeared in about 30 movies. Some of the most recent The Rolling Stones movies include British Invasion, Ladies & Gentlemen The Rolling Stones Flashback To 1972, and Rock of Ages: An Unauthorized Story on the Rolling Stones. British Invasion was released in 2014. Ladies & Gentlemen The Rolling Stones Flashback To 1972 was released in 2010. Rock of Ages: An Unauthorized Story on the Rolling Stones was released in 2009.

The Rolling Stones Instagram

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In 1965 The Rolling Stones were set to appear on ABC’s variety show Shindig!, the band insisted that the show's producers “also feature either Muddy Waters or Howlin’ Wolf” before they would agree to go on. Wolf won the coveted spot, and “for the first time in his storied career, the celebrated bluesman performed on a national television broadcast.” This move was seen by many involved as groundbreaking at the time, given the crossover of black blues musicians, to mainstream American TV. Music journalist Peter Guralnick, called it “one of the greatest cultural moments of the 20th century”. To this day The Rolling Stones continue to support the music that has had the biggest influence on their career - out on November 9th 2018 is Confessin’ The Blues - a compilation of the greatest ever bluesmen in collaboration with The Rolling Stones, with each sale benefitting Willie Dixon’s Blues Heaven Foundation. #therollingstones #confessintheblues #bluesmusic #howlinwolfThe Rolling Stones Instagram: In 1965 The Rolling Stones were set to appear on ABC’s variety show Shindig!, the band insisted that the show's producers “also feature either Muddy Waters or Howlin’ Wolf” before they would agree to go on. Wolf won the coveted spot, and “for the first time in his storied career, the celebrated bluesman performed on a national television broadcast.” This move was seen by many involved as groundbreaking at the time, given the crossover of black blues musicians, to mainstream American TV. Music journalist Peter Guralnick, called it “one of the greatest cultural moments of the 20th century”. To this day The Rolling Stones continue to support the music that has had the biggest influence on their career - out on November 9th 2018 is Confessin’ The Blues - a compilation of the greatest ever bluesmen in collaboration with The Rolling Stones, with each sale benefitting Willie Dixon’s Blues Heaven Foundation. #therollingstones #confessintheblues #bluesmusic #howlinwolf
After all is said and done
Gotta move while it's still fun #beforetheymakemerun #therollingstones #keithrichards 
Photo: ©️J. BouquetThe Rolling Stones Instagram: After all is said and done Gotta move while it's still fun #beforetheymakemerun #therollingstones #keithrichards Photo: ©️J. Bouquet
Exhibitionism at Nashville’s Musicians Hall of Fame and Museum features many incredible artefacts from the history of The Rolling Stones, including @officialkeef’s 1963 diary, where he references buying his first electric guitar, which is also on display at the exhibit. There is less than a month to visit the last US stop, before it’s moving on! Visit @stonesexhibitionism for tickets & info #therollingstones #exhibition #exhibit #rocknrollhistory #dontmissitThe Rolling Stones Instagram: Exhibitionism at Nashville’s Musicians Hall of Fame and Museum features many incredible artefacts from the history of The Rolling Stones, including @officialkeef’s 1963 diary, where he references buying his first electric guitar, which is also on display at the exhibit. There is less than a month to visit the last US stop, before it’s moving on! Visit @stonesexhibitionism for tickets & info #therollingstones #exhibition #exhibit #rocknrollhistory #dontmissit
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