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The Rolling Stones band was founded by Brian Jones, Mick Jagger, Keith Richards, Bill Wyman, Ian Stewart and Charlie Watts in London in 1962. After different changes of members, the band is currently formed by Mick Jagger (voice, guitar , bass and harmonica), Keith Richards (guitar, bass and vocals), Charlie Watts (drums) and Ron Wood (guitar and bass). They are currently the longest-lasting and longest-running band in rock history. They are said to have laid the foundations for contemporary rock. Their career has been recognized by numerous media and they have been awarded many times; they are one of the largest and most important groups in rock history. Throughout their career, they have adapted to each moment, including elements of other musical styles in their music. As of today they have 25 studio albums, 32 of their singles have been positioned among the most famous in the UK and USA. and they have sold more than 250 million copies worldwide. In early April 2019 the band had to suspend their tour due to Mick Jagger's health problems, but in mid-May they announced their recovery and the return to the stage with their tour of the United States that will begin on June 21 in Chicacho and will end on August 31 in Miami. In March 2020, The Rolling Stones announce the dates for the No Filter tour, all scheduled in North America, and scheduled to begin on May 8. The global situation due to the covid-19 would force the group to postpone the tour, and thus they would announce it on their social networks.