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Rolling Stones chronology – April 22

1964: The President of The National Federation Of Hairdressers offered a free haircut to the next No.1 group in the UK pop charts. He said the Stones “are the worst, one of them looks as if he’s got a feather duster on his head.”

1964: Carlton Ballroom, Slough, England

1979: Civic Auditorium, Oshawa, Canada (2 shows)
The Stones followed the New Barbarians, performing two benefit concerts for the blind, as part of fulfilling Keith’s Toronto sentence the year before. John Belushi introduced the band onstage. This also marked the last time the Stones did two concerts on the same day.
SETLIST: Prodigal Son/Let It Rock/Respectable/Star Star/Beast Of Burden/Just My Imagination/When The Whip Comes Down/Shattered/Miss You/Jumping Jack Flash
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1982: Stevie Ray Vaughan and Double Trouble flew to NYC for a one-off gig at the Danceteria nightclub to play for the Rolling Stones. Both Mick and Ronnie attend. “Mick Jagger had seen the tape and been impressed, and Chesley Millikin said, ‘You’ve really got to see these guys live,’” Layton said. “The next thing we knew, we were playing a private party for the Stones in New York. It was a gas.” Guests included Jagger, Ronnie Wood, Johnny Winter and Andy Warhol. A post-show photo of a sweaty SRV smoking a cigarette on a couch next to an elated-looking Jagger made it into Rolling Stone magazine’s Random Notes section, and rumors swirled that the band would be signed to the Stones’ label.
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April 22, 1986: in New York City, Mick records the song ‘Ruthless People’ with Dave Stewart and Daryl Hall for the film of the same name.

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