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TODAY IN ROLLING STONES’ HISTORY: December 3

Dec. 3, 1963: Floral Hall, Southport, England

Dec. 3, 1965: Memorial Auditorium, Sacramento, CA, USA (2 shows)
The Stones did 2 shows that night, at the 3,800 seats Memorial Auditorium. Twenty minutes into the 2nd show, during ‘The Last Time’ a “blue lightning bolt” zapped Keith when he was about to sing the backing vocals, taking him down to the ground! The show was shortened by about 15 minutes, as Keith was taken to the hospital. But he recovered fast, and had no problems performing in San Jose the day after.

Dec. 3, 1971: Release of the Faces’ 7″ single STAY WITH ME / DEBRIS (Warner Brothers WB K 16136)


Dec. 3, 1984: Release of the BOB DYLAN’s LP ‘Real Live’, with Mick Taylor as guest on six tracks: 1. Highway 61 Revisited/ 2. Maggie’s Farm/ 3. I And I/ 4. License To Kill/ 5. Masters Of War/ 6. Ballad Of A Thin Man/ 7. Tombstone Blues. Both Taylor and Ian McLagan were Dylan band members at the time


Dec. 3, 1989: Sky Dome, Toronto, ON, Canada
Start Me Up/Bitch/Sad Sad Sad/Undercover Of The Night/Harlem Shuffle/ Tumbling Dice/Miss You/Almost Hear You Sigh/Ruby Tuesday/Rock And A Hard Place/Terrifying/Mixed Emotions/Honky Tonk Women/Midnight Rambler/You Can’t Always Get What You Want/Can’t Be Seen/Happy/ Paint It Black/2000 Light Years From Home/Sympathy For The Devil/Gimme Shelter/It’s Only Rock’n Roll/Brown Sugar/Satisfaction/Jumping Jack Flash


Dec. 3, 1994: Sky Dome, Toronto, ON, Canada
Not Fade Away/Tumbling Dice/You Got Me Rocking/Rocks Off/Live With Me/Sparks Will Fly/Satisfaction/Beast Of Burden/Far Away Eyes/Heartbreaker/Love Is Strong/It’s All Over Now/I Go Wild/Miss You/Band introduction/Honky Tonk Women/Happy/The Worst/Sympathy For The Devil/ Monkey Man/Street Fighting Man/Start Me Up/It’s Only Rock’n Roll/Brown Sugar/Jumping Jack Flash


Dec. 3, 2014: Ex-Small Faces and Faces piano/keyboard player, and Stones’ collaborator Ian McLagan (also a member of The New Barbarians) dies at 69 of a stroke at the University Medical Center Brackenridge, in Austin, Texas, just a day after the passing of Bobby Keys.

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