In 1975, The Rolling Stones hit the road. The band was fresh off the release of It's Only Rock 'N Roll in 1974 and were already world famous — they were, of course, one of the original and most popular groups from the British Invasion from the previous decade. Their 1975 tour was 46 shows across the US and Canada and their first ever run to features guitarist Ronnie Wood, who would become an official member shortly thereafter. The band also featured organist Billy Preston who was known for his work with the Beatles and his own solo records on Apple Records. The Stones had an extravagant stage show and featured stops at some of the biggest and best venues across the country, like Madison Square Garden and The Spectrum. This vintage Rolling Stones shirt, in great condition with a bit of storage wear and spots throughout, is from the band's 1975 tour.