Rolling Stones chronology – January 5
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1963: Sandover Hall, Richmond, England (without Bill and Charlie, with Ricky Fenson on bass)
1964: Olympia Ballroom, Reading, England
1966: Bill Wyman produces a recording session in London for IAN STEWART AND THE RAILROADERS (‘Stu-Ball’ ) at IBC Studios, London
Line-up: Stu (piano)/ Bill Wyman (bass)/ Keith Richards (guitar)/ Tony Meehan (drums)
Jan. 5-Feb. 1974: Bill Wyman holds recording sessions for his future first solo album MONKEY GRIP (also the first solo album by a Rolling Stone) at The Record Plant studios in Sausalito, California
Jan. 5-March 2, 1978: The Stones complete recording sessions for the SOME GIRLS album at EMI-Pathé Marconi Studios, near Paris, France. Among the songs recorded are Far Away Eyes, Some Girls, Lies, Hang Fire, Start Me Up and Before They Make Me Run. At the same time, and in the same Paris studios, Ronnie records his third solo album GIMME SOME NECK with Mick, Keith and Charlie as guests in some of the tracks.
1984: Mick is interviewed at at Marylou’s Seafood restaurant in New York City Friday Night Videos (US TV)
1998: Colisee de Quebec, Quebec, Canada
Satisfaction/ Let’s Spend The Night Together/ Flip The Switch/ Gimme Shelter/ Anybody Seen My Baby?/ Saint Of Me/ Bitch/ Under My Thumb/ Miss You/ All About You/ Wanna Hold You/ Little Queenie/ The Last Time/ Like A Rolling Stone/ Sympathy For The Devil/ Tumbling Dice/ Honky Tonk Women/ Start Me Up/ Jumping Jack Flash/ Brown Sugar
1999: Release of Jimmy Rogers All Stars’ CD ‘BLUES BLUES BLUES’, with Mick and Keith as guests on three tracks: 1. Trouble No More/ 2. Don’t Start Me to Talkin’ / 3. Goin’ Away Baby
January 5, 2015: A reconstructed bust of a 12th century hermit named Saint Gerlach is unveiled at the Catholic parish of Houthem in Holland, which is financed by Charlie and Ronnie after their visit in June 2014.
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