Rolling Stones chronology – January 4
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1963: Red Lion Pub, Sutton, England (without Bill and Charlie, with Colin Golding on bass)
1964: Town Hall, Oxford, England
1968: The University of California announces that students taking music degrees would have to study the music of the Stones, saying they had made an important contribution to modern music.
1971: Keith and Anita attend the British premiere of ‘Performance‘ at the Warner West End Cinema, in London.
1973: The Stones are informed they are denied work permits in Australia, which jeopardizes their upcoming Australasian tour.
January 4, 2013: Release of the ‘CROSSFIRE HURRICANE’ DVD, a 2-hour documentary featuring footage from 1964 to 1981, directed by Brett Morgan, plus bonus tracks: Satisfaction-I’m Alright (live in Münster 1965)/ interview with director Brett Morgan/ making-of Crossfire Hurricane (“The Sound And Music Of Crossfire Hurricane”) theatrical trailer for Crossfire Hurricane.
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