rolling stones chronology december 26On this day... - Chronology

TODAY IN ROLLING STONES’ HISTORY: December 26

Dec. 26, 1962: Piccadilly Jazz Club, London, England (without Bill and Charlie; with Ricky Fenson on bass and Carlo Little on drums

Dec. 26, 1963: Selby’s Restaurant, London, England


Dec. 26, 1963: The Stones place an advertisement in the music paper New Musical Express, wishing starving hairdressers and their families a Happy Christmas!


Dec. 26, 1975: The Faces split officially. Rod Stewart moves away as a solo artist, Ronnie Wood is permanently hired by the Stones, Ronnie Lane forms Slim Chance and drummer Kenney Jones joins The Who.

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