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TODAY IN ROLLING STONES’ HISTORY: January 9

Jan. 9, 1963: After leaving Blues Incorporated and also his job as a graphic designer, Charlie Watts officially joins the Rolling Stones


Jan. 9, 1964: Granada Theatre, Kettering, England (2 shows)

Jan. 9, 1973: Mick is refused a Japanese visa on an account of a 1969 drug conviction, causing the Stones to cancel their forthcoming tour in the country, while Australia lifts the ban. The band finally played in Japan for the first time 17 years later.


Jan. 9, 1995: Release of ANTHONY THISTLETHWAITE’s CD ‘Cartwheels’, with Mick Taylor as guest on four tracks: 1. Cartwheels/ 2. Farming The Right Acres/ 3. Misgrating Bird/ 4. Atlas


Jan. 9, 1995: Right before they started their tour of South America, the Stones shoot a promo video for ‘I Go Wild’ in Templo de San Lázaro church in Mexico DF, Mexico, directed by Kevin Kerslake. The filming continues on the next day.
*All photos by Fernando Aceves

Jan. 9, 2002: Ronnie Wood jams with local group THE BLUE JEANS at Bourbon Street Music Club, Sao Paulo, Brazil on two songs: 1. Hideaway/ 2. Miss You

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