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The Rolling Stones Will Be Opening Flagship Store On London’s Carnaby Street

'RS No.9' will open to the public on September 9.
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The Rock band, The Rolling Stones will be opening a world-first flagship store on London’s Carnaby Street On September 9th, 2020. Check out the post below.

The new store, created in partnership with Bravado, Universal Music Group’s merchandise, and brand partnership’s company, will feature all the hallmarks of the iconic band, including exclusive new fashion and merchandise under the new ‘RS No. 9 Carnaby’ brand design.

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The Rolling Stones shared a video via Twitter and announced that “On September 9th, 2020 the Rolling Stones will be opening a world-first flagship store on London’s Carnaby Street! RS No.9 (9 Carnaby St) will feature exclusive collaborations, new fashion & merchandise, alongside the band’s latest music releases.”

“Soho has always encapsulated rock’n’roll so Carnaby Street was the perfect spot for our own store,” the Stones said in a statement. “We are confident this exciting project that our friends at Bravado have created will be an unrivaled experience for everyone to come to London and enjoy.”

The Rolling Stones Is Opening Flagship Store On London’s Carnaby Street

Know More about the shop here.

Last month, The Rolling Stones dropped a two unreleased track named ‘Scarlet‘ featuring Led Zeppelin‘s Jimmy Page, and ‘Criss Cross’ – listen to the full track here.

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These two new tracks will feature on the band’s forthcoming expanded edition of their 1973 ‘Goats Head Soup’ album, including previously unreleased tracks “All The Rage,“ plus many more rarities, outtakes, and alternative mixes. 

“Goats Head Soup” was the Stones’ 13th studio album in the U.S. and was their last collaboration with producer Jimmy Miller, the man responsible for Stones’ albums such as “Let It Bleed” (1969) and “Sticky Fingers” (1971).