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TODAY IN ROLLING STONES’ HISTORY: January 26

Jan. 26, 1963: Ealing Jazz Club, London, England (with Ricky Fenson on bass and Carlo Little on drums)

Jan. 26, 1964: De Montfort Hall, Leicester, England (2 shows)

Jan. 26, 1965: City Hall, Brisbane, Australia (2 shows)
On one of the shows, Keith had his shirt torn off after 50 fans invaded the stage during the gig.


Jan. 26, 1993: Release of Ronnie’s ‘SOMEBODY ELSE MIGHT (Slidin’ On This Mix) / AIN’T ROCK & ROLL’ CD-single

Jan. 26, 1998: Release of the ‘SAINT OF ME’ CD-single (Virgin Records VSCDT 1667, 2 versions)
Version 1: 1. Saint Of Me (Radio edit)/ 2. Gimme Shelter (live in Amsterdam ’95)/ 3. Anybody Seen My Baby? (Phil Jones Remix) / 4. Saint Of Me (Deep Dish Grunge Garage Dub)
Version 2: 1. Saint Of Me (Radio edit)/ 2. Anyway You Look At It ( previously unreleased)3. Saint Of Me (Deep Dish Grunge Garage Remix Part 1 & 2)

Jan. 26, 2007: The Stones reportedly topped the US music rich list for the second year running after making $150.6m (£76.2m) in 2006. Tim McGraw and Faith Hill were second in the poll with a combined fortune of $132m (£67.2m) and American country band Rascal Flatts appeared third, having earnt $110.5m (£56.2m) in the past year.

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