Tickets for The Rolling Stones' two London shows go on sale this week. This is good news for Rolling Stones fans, especially those with at least £106 pounds to spare - because those tickets ain't cheap!
But let's be honest, if you're going to spend over a hundred quid on a band then you may as well make it The Rolling Stones, because they're not going to disappoint. For fifty years they have been at the top of their game, and remain one of the most exciting live bands on the planet - despite the fact that they are knocking on a bit.
All four members of The Rolling Stones are past retirement age and at a point in their life when most men (us included, most likely) will want nothing more than a nice sit down and a cup of tea. So in celebration of these four rock icons who refuse to stop rocking, we've done a little bit of rock and pop maths, and worked out how many young musicians make up just one Rolling Stone. Check out our findings here...
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