Jan. 7, 1963: Flamingo Jazz Club, London, England (without Bill and Charlie)
Jan. 7, 1964: Adelphi Theatre, Slough, England (2 shows)
Jan. 7, 1964: English bluesman Cyril Davies died of leukemia, aged 32. Davies was a driving force in the early ’60s blues movement in London after forming Blues Incorporated with Alexis Korner.
Jan. 7, 1965: Adelphi Theatre, Dublin, Ireland (2 shows)
Jan. 7, 1972: Release of the NICKY HOPKINS, RY COODER, MICK JAGGER, BILL WYMAN and CHARLIE WATTS’ LP ‘Jamming with Edward!’ (Rolling Stones Records COC 39100) The album features a series of loose jams by recorded by Mick, Bill, Charlie, Nicky Hopkins and Ry Cooder while waiting for Keith to show up at the Olympic studios during the ‘Let It Bleed’ album sessions of 1969.
SIDE A: 1. The Boudoir Stomp/ 2. It Hurts Me Too/ 3. Edward’s Thrump Up
SIDE B: 1. Blow With Ry/ 2. Interlude A La El Hopo/ 3. The Loveliest Night Of The Year/ 4. Highland Fling
Jan. 7, 1983: Ronnie conducts a lecture (“An Evening with Ron Wood”) at Town Hall in New York City during a seminar sponsored by the adult education center, the Learning Annex.
Jan. 7, 1988: Ronnie joins Mick Taylor onstage at Woody’s On The Beach (a live music venue owned by Ronnie at the time) in Miami. He would join Taylor again on the next day.
Jan. 7, 1991: While mixing their next live album FLASHPOINT, the Stones gather at Hit Factory Studios in London and record ‘Highwire’, a new single based on pre-Gulf War tensions, and an extra song ‘Sex Drive’. These would become Bill Wyman’s last recordings with the band.
Jan. 7, 2010: Release of ALAN MERRILL’s CD ‘The Face Of ’69’, with Mick Taylor as guest on one track: ‘Always Another Train’
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