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Rolling Stones chronology – February 6
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1963: Red Lion Pub, Sutton, England
“Wake up in the morning there’s a snap around the place…”
1964: The Stones record ‘Wake Up In The Morning’, a TV jingle for Kellog’s Rice Krispies cereal (aka ‘Rice Krispies Jingle’), written by Brian and one J. Walter Thompson, at Pye Studios, London. First aired on British TV on June that year.
Feb. 6, 1965: Town Hall, Auckland, New Zealand (2 shows)
1968: Mick is interviewed on The Eamonn Andrews Show (British TV)
1979: The Stones were forced to interrupt their recording sessions in Nassau after the band’s assistant Alan Dunn and his girlfriend Ramona Herman go missing on the ocean. Mick, Bill, Ian Stewart and a security man spend about two days looking for them in planes over the sea, till the found them. The story lead to the ‘Emotional Rescue’ album title.
1993: While the real Keith Richards is playing at Toronto’s Massey Hall, Mick appears on Saturday Night Live (US TV), performing and also appearing in a few skits, notably the one he imitates Keith.
1995: Release of DAVE STEWART’s ‘Tragedy’ CD single, with Mick as guest on two tracks: 1. Jealousy (Mick on backing vocals)/ 2. Blind Leading the Blind (Mick on vocals)
1999: Arco Arena, Sacramento, CA, USA
Jumping Jack Flash/Live With Me/Respectable/You Got Me Rocking/ Honky Tonk Women/Ruby Tuesday/Dead Flowers/Some Girls/Saint Of Me/ Paint It Black/Band introduction/Before They Make Me Run/Thief In The Night/Out Of Control/Route 66/When The Whip Comes Down/Midnight Rambler/Tumbling Dice/It’s Only Rock’n Roll/Start Me Up/Brown Sugar/ Sympathy For The Devil
2003: Staples Center, Los Angeles, CA, USA. This was a benefit concert to bring awareness to global warming, where also ex-U.S. President Bill Clinton makes a speech before introducing the band.
Start Me Up/Street Fighting Man/You Got Me Rocking/Don’t Stop/All Down The Line/Wild Horses/You Can’t Always Get What You Want/Bitch/Tumbling Dice/Band introduction/Slipping Away/Happy/Sympathy For The Devil/Gimme Shelter/Can’t You Hear Me Knocking/Honky Tonk Women/Satisfaction/It’s Only Rock’n Roll/Midnight Rambler/Brown Sugar/Jumping Jack Flash
February 6, 2020: The Stones officially announce via internet and radio the 2020 No Filter North American Tour, but then… The rest is history.
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