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TODAY IN ROLLING STONES’ HISTORY: January 8

Jan. 8, 1963: Ealing Jazz Club, London, England


Jan. 8, 1964: Granada Theatre, Maidstone, England (2 shows)

Jan. 8, 1965: Savoy Theatre, Cork, Ireland (2 shows)


Jan. 8 1969: Mick and Keith were both barred from the Hotel Crillón (in Lima, Perú) for wearing “op art” pants, and nothing else, after refusing to change clothes.


Jan. 8, 2003: Bell Center, Montreal, Canada (kick-off date of the second leg of the ‘Licks’ tour)
Street Fighting Man/ It’s Only Rock’n Roll/ If You Can’t Rock Me/ Don’t Stop/ Monkey Man/ Sweet Virginia/ All Down The Line/ Rocks Off/ Tumbling Dice/ Slipping Away/ Before They Make Me Run/ Start Me Up/ You Got Me Rocking/ Honky Tonk Women/ Can’t You Hear Me Knocking/ Satisfaction/ Mannish Boy/ When The Whip Comes/ Brown Sugar/ Sympathy For The Devil/ Jumping Jack Flash


Jan. 8, 2011: While in Brazil for her tour in the country, Ronnie visits Amy Winehouse in Rio de Janeiro.
Read more: https://www.dailymail.co.uk/tvshowbiz/article-1345445/Ronnie-Wood-drops-Amy-Winehouse-Brazil.html

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