The rock band, The Rolling Stones were formed in 1962. The band members included Mick Jagger, Keith Richards, Ian Stewart, Bill Wyman, Charlie Watts, and Brian Jones. Mick Jagger and Keith Richards grew up together as childhood friends, then the two decided to form a band together, which was called The Blues Boys, because of their fondness to the blues music. The name was changed after the other members joined the band, and the Jazz News called one of the members about their music. When they asked what the name of the band was, Brian Jones seen an album of Muddy Waters, then seen the song, “Rollin’ Stone”, and he said, The Rolling Stones, and the name stuck.
The Rolling Stones first single was, “Come On”, which was released on June 7, 1963. The second single was, “I Wanna Be Your Man”, which immediately hit the top of the United Kingdom music charts. The Rolling Stones started their first United States tour in 1964, which wasn’t successful. The band was made fun of with their long hair and wardrobe, so the band started recording, which led to their first hit in the United Kingdom with the song, “It’s All Over Now”.
The Rolling Stones released their second album in 1965, which was a hit in the United States. The album was called, “The Rolling Stones, Now!” and it reached number five on the billboard charts. The Rolling Stones continued to put out hits such as, “Jumpin’ Jack Flash”, “You Can’t Always Get What You Want”, and “Midnight Rambler”.
The Rolling Stones formed their own record label in 1970, Rolling Stones Records. “Sticky Fingers” was the first album released on their own label in 1971, which featured their own logo. The Rolling Stones logo, “Tongue and Lip Design” was created in 1971 by John Pasche. The Rolling Stones logo features a lapping tongue with a big pair of lips. The Rolling Stones logo is considered to be the most popular and famous logo in the music industry. John Pasche continued to work with the Stones creating The Vapors, New Clear Days, and Dr. Feelgood’s album cover.
The Rolling Stones celebrated their 50th anniversary in 2012. The iconic logo was rereleased for the anniversary. The Rolling Stones are still touring, and launched their 2015 tour. Any Rolling Stones fan that is attending their concert will want to wear a Rolling Stones T-shirt. The Rolling Stones Tour of America T-Shirt is the tee shirt for the American 1975 tour with the Rolling Stones famous logo, but the tongue looking like an American flag.
For fans that want the original logo may prefer the Rolling Stones Distressed Tongue T-Shirt that features the logo with a distressed look. This Rolling Stone tee shirt is a perfect t-shirt for any Rolling Stones fan. If you would like to have a collage of the logo, then the Rolling Stones Voodoo Lounge T-Shirt features the iconic logo that celebrates the Voodoo Lounge tour that occurred 1994-1995. This Rolling Stones tee shirt has nine different famous Rolling Stones logo in a great variety, and Rolling Stones 94/95 is on the back of the tee shirt.
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