A Brief History of The Rolling Stones

Scott Brittenham is the CEO, president, and co-founder of Clean Energy Capital, LLC, a Tucson, Arizona-based investment company. Mr. Brittenham’s three decades of experience have contributed to the success of some of the company’s major financial transactions. Besides his work, he enjoys an array of outside interests, including yoga, ice hockey, travel, and music. Scott Brittenham’s favorite band is the Rolling Stones, a rock band from England who arrived in the United States during the British Invasion of the 1960s and who has remained prolific since.

Mick Jagger is the longtime front man for the band, with Keith Richards and Brian Jones originally on guitars. The Stones cultivated popularity in the United States by self-proclaimedly rivaling the Beatles, who at first carried a clean-cut, poppy presence. The Stones styled themselves as the Beatles’ “bad-boy” counterparts, pursuing grittier, blues-inspired hard rock in favor of the poppier, more psychedelic sounds becoming prominent during the era. Throughout the next two decades, the band’s lineup and management shifted, with Brian Jones passing away and several other musicians joining the group. The Stones experimented with a variety of styles, fixating early in their career on blues covers and later developing their signature sound.

The Rolling Stones remain an iconic fixture in rock history. The band has toured and recorded fairly consistently over the past 40 years and remains a household name and pop culture stalwart.


Perks of a Subscription to the Tucson Symphony

The CEO, president, and co-founder of Clean Energy Capital, LLC, Scott Brittenham of Tucson, Arizona, draws on over three decades of experience in the investment industry. Mr. Brittenham’s skills have aided in the company’s major financial transactions and in the selection and management of experienced professionals in the finance industry. Outside of his professional endeavors, Scott Brittenham patronizes the Tucson Symphony. He frequently attends symphony performances.

Since its debut in 1929, the Tucson Symphony has provided the public with a wide array of orchestral pieces. The symphony offers perks to subscribers, who pay one price for a full season of shows. Subscribers save up to 25 percent on individual ticket prices and 20 percent on special events throughout the year, as well. Ticket upgrades and exchanges are available to subscription holders, and 100 percent refunds are offered if the tickets are returned before the season’s first concert. Furthermore, subscription holders who cannot attend can also turn in their tickets for a tax-deduction receipt, while releasing the seats to another music fan.