rolling stones chronology may 13On this day... - Chronology

TODAY IN ROLLING STONES’ HISTORY: May 13

May 13, 1964: City Hall, Newcastle-upon-Tyne, England (2 shows)


May 13, 1966: Release of the PAINT IT BLACK / LONG LONG WHILE 7″ single in the UK (Decca F 12395)


May 13, 1972: The Stones start a week of tour rehearsals at the Rialto Cinema in Montreux, Switzerland


May 13-June 7, 2002: The Stones record new material for the first time in five years, at Guillaume Tell Studios in Suresne, France, to accompany their upcoming greatest hits package

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