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TODAY IN ROLLING STONES’ HISTORY: October 13


Oct. 13, 1962: Ealing Jazz Club, London, England (without Bill and Charlie)

Oct. 13, 1963: Odeon Theatre, Liverpool, England (2 shows)

Oct. 13, 1963: It was on this day, after a Stones show in Liverpool, that the rest of the band found out that Brian was earning more than them.
Ian Stewart and Keith, on Brian getting a bigger share:
Stu: “When we started playing outside London, Brian said, I’m the leader of the group and I think I’ll stay at the best hotel. All the rest of you can stay in a cheaper hotel. Of course, the rest of the Stones just laughed at him, and that was it from then on. It was all over for him as the leader. He started to isolate himself because of this attitude.”
Keith: “He had an arrangement with Eric Easton, that as leader of the band he was entitled to this extra payment. Everybody freaked out. That was the beginning of the decline of Brian. We said, fuck you…”

Oct. 13, 1965: De Montfort Hall, Leicester, England (2 shows)

Oct. 13, 1973: Sportpaleis AHOY, Rotterdam, Holland
Brown Sugar/Gimme Shelter/Happy/Tumbling Dice/Star Star/Dancing With Mr. D./Angie/You Can’t Always Get What You Want/Midnight Rambler/Honky Tonk Women/All Down The Line/Rip This Joint/ Jumping Jack Flash/Street Fighting Man

Oct. 13, 1998: Release of THE CREATION’s CDs ‘The Complete Collection Vol. 1 – Making Time’ and ‘The Complete Collection Vol. 2 – Biff Bang Pow!’, with Ronnie as band member

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