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An exhibition celebrating The Rolling Stones’ impact on pop culture lands in Kitchener

the four embers of The Rolling Stones band standing together with their arms around each other, smiling

The Rolling Stones (Photo: Dave Hogan)

Originally Posted on NOW Toronto

August 17, 2021 – The Rolling Stones have kept rock music alive for more than 60 years. The five original members of The Rolling Stones: Mick Jagger, Keith

Richards, Brian Jones, Bill Wyman and Charlie Watts have attained an unparalleled level of global popularity. After numerous tours and album releases, the band’s lineup experienced some changes. Legendary musician Ronnie Woods joined the Stones in 1976 and is still in the band.

Six decades later, rock ‘n’ roll enthusiasts are still hungry for their classic hits such as Satisfaction, Start Me Up and Paint It Black.

While the members of the longest-serving rock band in history have changed throughout the years, their music remains rooted in rock with a touch of blues. Other genres like country, folk, dance and reggae have heavily influenced some of the band’s greatest albums.

If you consider yourself a die-hard Rolling Stones fan, or even a purveyor of pop culture, THEMUSEUM in Kitchener’s latest exhibit should pique your interest.

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