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Rolling Stones Store Opens in London

09 Sep 2020

The Rolling Stones are opening their first flagship store, RS No.9 Carnaby today on London's iconic Carnaby Street selling merchandise and music. The shop was jointly curated by The Rolling Stones and Bravado, Universal Music Group's merchandise firm.

'Soho has always encapsulated rock'n'roll, so Carnaby Street was the perfect spot for our own store,' the Rolling Stones said in a statement.

Painted entirely in black and red and filled with items featuring the band's famous logo, the shop includes a glass floor featuring Stones song lyrics, screens showing footage of the band on tour and fitting rooms with album artwork from Exile on Main St and Some Girls. At the front of the shop is a red metal sculpture that fans will recognise as being based on the opening of the 1968 track 'Paint It Black'.

If the London store takes off, others could follow in New York, Brazil and other European cities.

Genesis subscribers will be familiar with our The Rolling Stones titles - some of our most successful limited editions. There are still copies available of The Rolling Set Lists - a collection of Ronnie Wood's setlist paintings accompanied by his own commentary, T.O.T.A. '75 - The Rolling Stones Tour of the Americas '75, the band's official tour diary, and How Can It Be?, a facsimile of Ronnie Wood's fascinating diary from 1965.
The Rolling Stones Set Lists

The Rolling Stones Set Lists

Ronnie Wood

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T.O.T.A. '75 - The Rolling Stones Tour of the Americas '75

T.O.T.A. '75

The Rolling Stones & Christopher Sykes


How Can It Be? A Rock & Roll Diary

How Can It Be?

Ronnie Wood


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