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Rolling Stones chronology – January 10

1963: Marquee International Jazz Club, London, England (without Charlie)

rolling stones chronology january 10 marquee 1963

1964: The Stones record ‘Not Fade Away’ at Olympic Studios, London. The song which was originally recorded by Buddy Holly and his band, the Crickets, and it became the Stones first US single.

1964: Release of the ‘THE ROLLING STONES’ EP in the UK (Decca DFE 8560)
SIDE A: 1. Bye Bye Johnny/ 2. Money
SIDE B: 1. You Better Move On/ 2. Poison Ivy

1964: Release of the TO KNOW HIM IS TO LOVE HIM (by Cleo)/ THERE ARE BUT FIVE ROLLING STONES (by The Andrew Oldham Orchestra) 7″ single (Decca F 11817), both tracks with the Stones as backing group, and Stu on piano

1964: Granada Theatre, Walthamstow, England (2 shows)

January 10, 1965: ABC Commodore Theatre, Hammersmith, London, England (2 shows)
The picture shows the original concert programme

rolling stones chronology january 10 hammersmith london 1965

1974: Release of ROD STEWART/FACES LP ‘Coast To Coast – Overture And Beginners’
SIDE A: 1. It’s All Over Now/ 2. Cut Across Shorty/ 3. Too Bad/Every Picture Tells A Story/ 4. Angel/ 5. Stay With Me
SIDE B: 1. I Wish It Would Rain/ 2. I’d Rather Go Blind/ 3. Borstal Boys/Amazing Grace/ 4. Jealous Guy

1975: Mick Taylor and Jack Bruce are interviewed on ‘Old Grey Whistle Test’ (BBC2) by Bob Harris

1976: Mick records and unreleased song, ‘Scarlet’ (not the Stones version) at Phonogram Studios, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil (photo of him in Buzios the same year)

rolling stones chronology january 10 jagger scarlet brazil 1976

1977: At Aylesbury Crown Court in London, England, Keith Richards is tried for possession of LSD
and cocaine. Mick Jagger and John Phillips are in attendance. Keith Richards pleads not guilty and is found not
guilty of possession of LSD but guilty of possession of cocaine. He is fined but no jail sentence is given.

1995: The Stones finish shooting the ‘I Go Wild’ promo video at the Ex-Templo de San Lázaro, Mexico City, Mexico

rolling stones chronology january 10 I go wild video 1995

2002: Premiere of the THE MAN FROM ELYSIAN FIELDS movie (starring Mick) at the Sundance Film Festival, USA
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2003: Mellon Arena, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, USA
1.Street Fighting Man/ 2. Start Me Up/ 3. If You Can’t Rock Me/ 4. Don’t Stop/ 5. Monkey Man/6. Angie/7. Live With Me/8. Let It Bleed/9. Midnight Rambler/10. Tumbling Dice/ 11. Slipping Away/ 12. Happy/13. Gimme Shelter/14. You Got Me Rocking/15. Can’t You Hear Me Knocking/16. Honky Tonk Women/17. Satisfaction/ 18. It’s Only Rock’n’Roll/19. Like A Rolling Stone/20. Brown Sugar/21. Jumping Jack Flash

rolling stones chronology january 10 pittsburgh 2003

2005: Mick Jagger and Dave Stewart’s song ‘Old Habits Die Hard’ (from the ‘Alfie’ soundtrack) wins an award for best song (Critics’ Choice Awards in Los Angeles

2006: Centre Bell/Molson Centre, Montreal, Canada (first show of the A Bigger Bang US Tour)
1. Jumping Jack Flash/ 2. You Got Me Rocking/ 3. She’s So Cold/ 4. Tumbling Dice/ 5. Oh No, Not You Again/6. As Tears Go By/ 7. Rain Fall Down/ 8. Midnight Rambler/ 9. Night Time Is the Right Time/ 10. This Place Is Empty/ 11. Happy/ 12. Miss You/ 13. Rough Justice/ 14. Get Off Of My Cloud/ 15. Honky Tonk Women/ 16. Sympathy For The Devil/ 17. Start Me Up/ 18. Brown Sugar/ 19. You Can’t Always Get What You Want/ 20. Satisfaction

rolling stones chronology january 10 montreal 2006

January 10, 2010: Release of AXEL ZWINGENBERGER, DAVE GREEN, CHARLIE WATTS’ CD ‘The Magic Of Boogie Woogie’
1. Shepperton Strut/ 2. Lagonda Ride/ 3. Heathrow Jet/ 4. Windsor Park Walk/ 5. High Barn Stampede/ 6. Blues, Indeed/ 7. Honky Tonk Train Blues/ 8. V-Disc Stomp/ 9. Smashingly Blue/ 10. Second Line Bounce11. Bass Goin’ Crazy/ 12. Careless Love Swing/ 13. Boogie Train Mystique/ 14. Lady Be Good/ 15. Boogie Asado/ 16. How Long Blues/ 17. Boogie Woogie Rhythm Shop/ 18. Sympathy For The Drummer/ 19. Farewell Smile
Line-up: Charlie Watts (drums)/Axel Zwingenberger (piano)/Dave Green (double bass)

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