rolling stones chronology april 4Chronology


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Rolling Stones chronology – April 4

1964: Leas Cliff Hall, Folkestone, England

1994: Release of the ‘I GO WILD’ CD-single (Virgin Records America V25H-38478), incl. four tracks: 1. I Go Wild (album version)/ 2. I Go Wild (Scott Litt Remix)/ 3. I Go Wild (live in Miami Nov. 25 1994)/ 4. I Go Wild (Luis Resto Straight Vocal Mix)

1998: Estadio River Plate, Buenos Aires, Argentina
*With guest Bob Dylan on ‘Like a Rolling Stone’

2003: Palace Grounds, Bangalore, India
Brown Sugar/It’s Only Rock’n Roll/Start Me Up/Don’t Stop/Angie/You Can’t Always Get What You Want/Bitch/Miss You/Tumbling Dice/Band introduction/Slipping Away/Before They Make Me Run/Sympathy For The Devil/Midnight Rambler/Gimme Shelter/Honky Tonk Women/ Satisfaction/Jumping Jack Flash

2008: Release of the SHINE A LIGHT (soundtrack album) 2-CD set
CD1: 1. Jumpin’ Jack Flash/ 2. Shattered/ 3. She Was Hot/ 4. All Down the Line/ 5. Loving Cup/ 6. As Tears Go By/ 7. Some Girls/ 8. Just My Imagination/ 9. Far Away Eyes/ 10. Champagne & Reefer/ 11. Tumbling Dice/ 12. Band introductions/ 13. You Got the Silver/ 14. Connection
CD2: 1. Martin Scorsese intro/ 2. Sympathy for the Devil/ 3. Live with Me/ 4. Start Me Up/ 5. Brown Sugar/ 6. (I Can’t Get No) Satisfaction/ 7. Paint It Black/ 8. Little T&A/ 9. I’m Free/ 10. Shine a Light

2009: Ronnie inducts Bobby Womack at the 2009 Rock and Roll Hall of Fame Awards in Cleveland, Ohio.

2016: The Rolling attend the launch of ‘Exhibitionism’ at the Saatchi Gallery in London, England, an exhibition of memorabilia of the band through the years spanning their career, which will later run during four years at different galleries around the world.
Mick: “It’s fair to say I’m not very nostalgic. Obviously, to be able to help this along, I have had to invest in delving back. But the thing about nostalgia is that it is trying to hark back to something that no longer exists, and I don’t really feel like that about this exhibition. I look at it as part of an ongoing story. We’re still out there, still on the road, still going. This is just the next thing.”

April 4, 2019: It is announced that Mick is recovering in hospital after undergoing a successful non-surgical heart valve replacement procedure in New York City.
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