Rolling Stones by the num­bers

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First sin­gle re­leased June 7, 1963.A-side Come On (Chuck Berry), reached No. 21 on U.K. charts

As of Oct. 6, 43 years and 111 days have passed since this first sin­gle was re­leased

Sec­ond sin­gle re­leased Nov. 1, 1963,A-side IWanna BeYour Man (Len­non, McCart­ney), reached No. 12 on U.K. charts

First No. 1 sin­gle in U.K. It’s All Over Now (Bobby Wo­mack, Shirley Wo­mack) re­leased June 26, 1964

First No. 1 sin­gle in U.S., (I can’t get no) Sat­is­fac­tion (Jag­ger, Richards) re­leased May 27, 1965 19 Top 10 sin­gles in U.K. 23 Top 10 sin­gles in U.S. Last Top 10 sin­gle in U.S. was Mixed Emo­tions re­leased Aug. 21 1989, reached No. 5 in US

Last No. 1 song was Mis­sYou re­leased May 19, 1978 78 sin­gles re­leased in to­tal First gold album in U.S. was Eng­land’s New­est Hit­mak­ers re­leased May 30, 1964, reached No. 11 in U.S.

First No. 1 and plat­inum album in U.S., Out of Our Heads, re­leased July 27, 1965 55 al­bums in to­tal re­leased in U.S. Solo al­bums: Mick Jag­ger has four, first was She’s the boss in 1985 and latest is 2001’s God­dess in the Door­way. Jag­ger has re­leased 17 solo sin­gles. Keith Richards has three solo al­bums start­ing with 1988’s Talk is Cheap and has re­leased six solo sin­gles. Char­lie Watts has re­leased six jazz big-band al­bums. Ron Wood has re­leased 11 solo al­bums. His first was in 1974. 24 solo al­bums in to­tal Jag­ger: has seven chil­dren by four women, his first when he was 27 years old, his youngest child was born in 1997. Ru­moured to have slept with more then 2,000 women (not nec­es­sar­ily con­firmed). First mar­ried in 1971 (di­vorced in 1980) and mar­ried Jerry Hall in 1990 (an­nulled in 1999). Pub­licly linked to at least 11 note­wor­thy re­la­tion­ships.

Richards: Mar­ried in 1983 on his 40th birth­day, and has two chil­dren. one prior mar­riage with three kids, five kids in to­tal. One child died in 1976.

Wood:At least two wives (pos­si­bly more), kids? One for sure.

Watts: Mar­ried to the same wo­man since 1964. Has one child.

Big­ger Bang Tour: Started on Aug. 10 in Toronto. First big stage per­for­mance on Aug. 21 in Bos­ton.

Richards head in­ci­dent: ei­ther from fall­ing out of a co­conut tree or a jet ski­ing ac­ci­dent. De­pend­ing on re­ports he spent five to 14 days in a New Zealand hospi­tal.

Four legs to the tour. First leg had 43 shows in North Amer­ica.The sec­ond had 33 shows in North Amer­ica, South Amer­ica,Asia,Aus­tralia and New Zealand.The third leg had 20 shows in Europe.The fourth leg, which in­cludes the Regina shows, has 19 con­certs. By the end of the fourth leg there will have been 115 shows span­ning one year, three months and eight days

More than 110,000 kilo­me­tres trav­elled through­out all four legs of the tour

Each con­cert fea­tures about 20-22 songs. By the end of the fourth leg, that is more than 2,300 songs

Jag­ger is 63 years old, Richards is 62,Wood is 59 and Watts is 65.That is a com­bined age of 249 years.

Their album Ex­ile on Main Street was ranked No. 7 on Rolling Stone’s Top 500 al­bums of all time.They had 10 al­bums on the list in to­tal

Or­ga­niz­ers ex­pect to sell about 360,000 beers

Top five crowds at Mo­saic Sta­dium at Tay­lor Field: 55,438 — Cal­gary 20 at Saskatchewan 25, Oct. 14, 1995; 52,564 — 1995 Grey Cup: Bal­ti­more 37, Cal­gary 20; 50,509 — 2003 Grey Cup: Edmonton 34, Mon­treal 22: 43,613 — Cal­gary 22 at Saskatchewan 24, Oct. 13, 2003; 40,320 —Win­nipeg 36 at Saskatchewan 18,Aug. 31, 2003 Tour uses 80 trail­ers 150 por­ta­ble toi­lets will be brought in for the pub­lic — 79,000 peo­ple will at­tend both shows 160 peo­ple to set up and take down stage 80 ticket tak­ers, 100 ush­ers, 250-300 se­cu­rity guards

Stage weighs 400 tons, is 200 feet long, 100 feet deep, and eight storeys high

Ac­cord­ing to an Amer­i­can Ex­press sur­vey from the U.K., the Top five Rolling stones songs are: 1) (I Can’t Get No) Sat­is­fac­tion 2) Brown Sugar 3) Jumpin’ Jack Flash 4) Paint it Black 5) Wild Horses 5) Sym­pa­thy for the Devil

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