The Rolling Stones Grosses Over $10.1m Per Show

The Rolling Stones Grosses Over $10.1m Per Show | Society Of Rock Videos

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They Crossed The $10 Million Threshold In 2019 Too

Other classic rock artists (we’re looking at you Paul McCartney and Roger Daltrey) may be dragging The Rolling Stones during their interviews, but the Stones are definitely laughing all the way to the bank.

In a recent report by Pollstar, the band grossed an average of $10.1 million per show during the US leg of their 2021 “No Filter” tour. In fact, they’re the only artist to ever cross the $10 million threshold. And they had the same achievement in 2019 during the “No Filter” tour’s first North American leg.

The Rolling Stones’ recent concerts were some of the first shows they did without late drummer Charlie Watts who was the only one apart from Mick Jagger and Keith Richards to appear on every gig and every studio album.

In an interview with Apple Music Hits in late October, Richards spoke about being back on the road sans Watts.

“The last thing I wanted to do was a Rolling Stones tour without Charlie,” he admitted. “Charlie said, ‘Look, go on with Steve.’ Everyone [knows] that I’ve worked with Steve for 30 years, and he’d also worked with Mick and me over the last couple of years in the studio. So it was kind of a seamless transition. Steve has brought a new energy.”

“I can almost feel Charlie smiling down on us every night,” he added. “You’ve got to roll with the punches. This is rock ‘n’ roll. My important thing is ‘roll.’ The ‘rock’ is comparatively easy.”

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