The Rolling Stones (English “rolling stones” or “tumbleweed”) is a British rock band formed on July 12, 1962 and for many years competed in popularity with The Beatles. The Rolling Stones, which became an important part of the British invasion, are considered one of the most influential and successful bands in rock history. The Rolling Stones, which, according to the plan of manager Andrew Meadow Oldham, were supposed to be a “rebellious” alternative to The Beatles, was already advertised as the “greatest rock and roll band in the world” during the American tour in 1969 and (according to Allmusic), managed to keep this status to this day.
The musical style of The Rolling Stones, formed under the influence of Robert Johnson, Buddy Holly, Elvis Presley, Chuck Berry, Bo Diddy and Muddy Waters, acquired individual characteristics over time; The author’s duet Jagger-Richards ultimately gained worldwide recognition. Continue reading
In this article we will tell about the history of the occurrence, the number of tattoos of rock musicians, such as: Andy Birsak, Billy Joe Armstrong, Chester Bennington, Frank Iero, Jared Leto, Jacoby Shaddix, Dan Reynolds, Pete Wentz, Avril Lavigne. After all, a tattoo is a life story embodied in a drawing! Sometimes, even the musicians themselves do not know how many tattoos they already have. It even happens that over time, many tattoos turn into one continuous drawing – more on that below.
Andy is already almost completely covered in tattoos. And it doesn’t bother about the aesthetics of the tattoos, the main thing is that each of them has its own small story. Continue reading
Freddie Mercury “Seven Seas of Rhye”, “Killer Queen”, “Bohemian Rhapsody”, “Somebody to Love”, “We Are the Champions”, “Crazy Little Thing Called Love” and others. Also the musician was engaged in solo work. Freddy died on November 24 1991 from bronchopneumonia that developed on the background of AIDS.
In 2002, Freddie Mercury took 58th place in the survey of “100 Greatest Britons”, organized by BBC. In 2005, Blender magazine conducted a survey, according to which Freddy took second place among vocalists (first among men). In 2008, Rolling Stone magazine ranked him 18th on the Rolling Stone magazine’s list of “100 Greatest Vocalists of All Time”. Allmusic described him as “one of the greatest rock singers and the owner of one of the greatest voices in the history of music.” Continue reading