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TODAY IN ROLLING STONES’ HISTORY: April 9

April 9, 1964: McIlroys Ballroom, Swindon, England


April 9, 1967: Palazzo Dello Sport, Genova, Italy (2 shows)


April 9, 1976: Release of Bill Wyman’s solo 7″ single A QUARTER TO THREE/SOUL SATISFYING (Rolling Stones Records RS 19119)


April 9, 2000: Release of THE RHYTHM KINGS’ CD ‘Bootleg Kings – Live In Europe’ (tour souvenir CD, recorded live in Europe in 1998)
1. Let The Good Times Roll/ 2, Stagger Lee/ 3. Mystery Train/ 4. Rockin’ Pneumonia And The Boogie Woogie Flu/ 5. Hit The Road Jack/Fever/ 6. Georgia On My Mind/ 7. Land Of 1000 Dances-Tequila/ 8. Good Golly Miss Molly/ 9. Tear It Up


April 9, 2010: Ronnie premieres his UK radio program ‘The Ronnie Wood Show’, where he played his favourite songs, as well as talks and guitar intros.


April 9, 2012: Release of MICKI FREE ELECTRIC BLUES’ CD ‘Tattoo Burn’, with Bill Wyman as guest on one track: ‘Red House’ (live in London 2010)

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