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TODAY IN ROLLING STONES’ HISTORY: January 2

Jan. 2, 1964: THE ANDREW OLDHAM ORCHESTRA records the song ‘There Are But Five Rolling Stones’ (Mike Leander/Andrew Oldham) at Regent Sound Studios, London, with the Stones and Stu as backing group.


Jan. 2, 1965: Bill Wyman produces a demo recording session for two bands, BOBBIE MILLER & THE HERD and THE PROWLERS at R.G. Jones Studios, Morden, England

Jan. 2, 1967: Release of Chris Farlowe’s ‘My Way Of Giving / You’re So Good For Me’ (side B produced by Mick Jagger)


Jan. 2, 1967: The five Stones attend Stu’s wedding to Cynthia Gaisford


Jan. 2, 1985: Ronnie marries his English model, TV personality, and entrepreneur girlfriend Josephine Karslake in Buckinghamshire, England. Guests included Keith, Bill, Charlie, Rod Stewart, Peter Frampton, Jeff Beck and Ringo Starr, among others They divorced in 2009.

Jan. 2, 1986: Jamaican reggae singer Patrick Alley attempts to sue Mick over the song “Just Another Night,” which Alley claims he had recorded in 1979.


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