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Sunday, December 6, 2020

What If You Had The Chance To Meet The Rolling Stones?


The Rolling Stones is a British rock group, formed in 1962, that drew on Chicago blues stylings to create a unique vision of the dark side of post-1960s counterculture. As a diverging act to the popular pop rock of the early 1960s, the Rolling Stones pioneered the gritty, heavier-driven sound that came to define hard rock.

Did you know The Rolling Stones were presented with The Recording Academy Lifetime Achievement Award? The Rolling Stones is an English rock band with an estimated net worth of $900 million. Keith Richards is an English guitarist, songwriter, record producer and the founding member of The Rolling Stones.

Now that you know the back history a little on the group, what if you had the chance to meet and greet with The Rolling Stones? What kind of questions would you ask? What's one wish you would like to see fulfilled? Comment your answers below in the comment box.


  1. I would do anything legal to meet the Rolling Stones. I have Cerebral Palsy, Their music was used in Physical therapy when I was a child. I still use their music in physical therapy. I would not be able to walk without their music. My physical therapist Jon holds my Ipod and speaker twice a week. It is not worth going with out music. More than anything I want them to know what their music does for me.

  2. Can I have an autograph of Mick Taylor? Please to meet you! 😎😉 !

  3. I had the chance to meet them in Hollywood in 2015 but I had to leave the venue before they arrived. If I would have been able to, I would have asked them if I could stay to watch the soundcheck before that iconic show.

  4. I would love to set on the sound board stage and watch what is new and what is still the same as I have read that a lot of them have gone back to analog because it is a lot better sound digital looses a lot of distortion that makes live music sound so good and funny how things change and how many of it is still the same way as the older days of music and music production and music sounds good like from the middle 70s to the 80s before digital came along many years of trial and error and advancements have already gone by the way side because there's just no sound as good as analog now backing up the analog with digital is a clearly better quality than analog by itself and if you talk to a lot of the older guys say Alan parsons he has said that we lost a lot of great sounds by bypassing the mix when you had everyone at the same time listening and pushing the buttons for the perfect sound and it all being manually done has taken away some really great sound opportunities which can be added but not the same as the timing of the sound exactly when it happens to come through the analog systems that produced some of the best albums of the last 60s and 70s you can't duplicate that with machines only the musicians who played it and knew what they were listening for could do that and do it great