The Rolling Stones in the UK celebrated a special series of stamps
(La Presse) The Rolling Stones were commemorated with a special series of stamps from Royal Mail, the UK’s leading postal company. The set of 12 stamps depicts the legendary English rock band’s performance over fifty years. Pictures from concerts: Hyde Park, London, July 1969. East Rutherford, New Jersey, August 2019; Rotterdam, Netherlands, August 1995; Tokyo, Japan, March 1995; New York, July 1972; Oslo, Norway, May 2014; Knebworth, Hertfordshire, UK, August 1976; Düsseldorf, Germany, October 2017. Four more stamps – presented on miniature sheet – show two shots of the band together and two old world tour posters. The Rolling Stones are only the fourth band to appear on a custom stamp issue, after The Beatles in 2007, Pink Floyd in 2016 and The Queen in 2020. The stamps will go on sale January 20, 2022. The Rolling Stones, which have sold out in their careers. She sold about 250 million copies of her albums, and was inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame in 1989. Their countless awards include four Grammy Awards, three MTV Music Awards, and nine NME Awards. This year, the band – which lost drummer Charlie Watts, at the age of 80 last August – is celebrating its 60th anniversary.
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