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In a perfect world, we would hope that The Rolling Stones would take some notes from Muse.
That’s not backwards either. The Stones have been making headlines after their 50th anniversary show in London, sold out in minutes despite high ticket prices.
So where does Muse fit in?
Well, when speaking at the Q Awards, Muse bassist Christopher Wolstenholm told the Daily Star, "We've always tried to keep prices as low as we can so people can come and watch us.”
He went on to add, "It's important to make some money but we don't always break even because the most important thing is to go out and play live.”
Keith Richards may faint at the idea of only breaking even, as the Stones guitarist is estimated to pocket over $25 million from the anniversary shows alone, according to NME.
The UK trio wasn’t all about dissing the Stones ticket prices while at the Q Awards though; they found themselves busy accepting the honor of the “Best Act in the World Today.”
Muse, who recently released their sixth studio album The 2nd Law, launches their world tour in the UK tomorrow (October 24th) and wraps on April 26th in Quebec City.
For more on this story from the Daily Star, click here, and head to the official Muse website for their official tour dates.
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