The Rolling Stones reschedule ‘No Filter Tour’
Rock & Roll Hall of Famers The Rolling Stones have announced they’ll be brining their No Filter Tour back to North America later in 2021. The newly rescheduled shows now begin September 26th in St. Louis and stretch into November making additional stops in Charlotte, Pittsburgh, Nashville, Inglewood, Minneapolis, Tampa, Dallas, Las Vegas, Atlanta, Detroit and Austin. Also during the tour, the band will be making an appearance at New Orleans Jazz Festival. The tour originally launched back in 2017 with a massive European outing and eventually made its way to North America in 2019 after being rescheduled due to Mick Jagger’s heart surgery.
The Stones released their first covers album ‘Blue & Lonesome’ on December 2nd, 2016 via Polydor Records. The album reached #4 on the Billboard 200 and received a Grammy Award for Best Traditional Blues Album of the Year in 2018. Back in 2015, the band embarked on their Zip Code Tour which visited 17 cities across the U.S. and Canada. In the past, the iconic rockers have launched some of the highest grossing tours of all time including 1994’s Voodoo Lounge Tour, 1997’s Bridges to Babylon Tour and 2005’s A Bigger Bang Tour.
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About The Rolling Stones Tour Albums
The Rolling Stones arrived on the Pop / Rock scene with the appearance of the album ‘Exile on Main St.’ published on November 30, 1986. The single ‘Happy’ quickly became a success and made The Rolling Stones one of the most popular artists at that time. Afterwards, The Rolling Stones came out with the most popular album ‘Let It Bleed’ which features some of the most well-known music from the The Rolling Stones discography. ‘Let It Bleed’ features the track ‘Gimmie Shelter’ which has become the most requested for fans to enjoy during the performances. Aside from ‘Gimmie Shelter’, a host of other songs from ‘Let It Bleed’ have also become requested as a result. A few of The Rolling Stones’s most popular tour albums and songs are provided below. After 30 years since the release of ‘Exile on Main St.’ and having a true effect in the industry, music lovers still flock to hear The Rolling Stones appear live to perform songs from the full discography.