Rolling Stones chronology – June 28
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1963: Ricky Tick Club, Star And Garter Pub, Windsor, England
1966: War Memorial Auditorium, Buffalo, NY, USA
1972: Memorial Coliseum, University Of Alabama, Tuscaloosa, AL, USA
Brown Sugar/Bitch/Rocks Off/Gimme Shelter/Happy/Tumbling Dice/Love In Vain/Sweet Virginia/You Can’t Always Get What You Want/All Down The Line/Midnight Rambler/Band introduction/Bye Bye Johnny/Rip This Joint/Jumping Jack Flash/Street Fighting Man
1974: Bill Wyman performs with Buddy Guy and Junior Wells at the 9th Montreux Jazz Festival in Montreux, Switzerland. The show was released on in 1981 with the title LP ‘Drinkin’ TNT ‘N’ Smokin’ Dynamite’
1978: Mid-South Coliseum, Memphis, TN, USA
Let It Rock/All Down The Line/Honky Tonk Women/Star Star/When The Whip Comes Down/Miss You/Lies/Beast Of Burden/Just My Imagination/Respectable/Far Away Eyes/Love In Vain/Shattered/Hound Dog/Tumbling Dice/Happy/Sweet Little Sixteen/Brown Sugar/Jumping Jack Flash
1984: Release of The Jacksons‘ 7“ single STATE OF SHOCK / YOUR WAYS, with Mick as guest on side A (Mick and Michael Jackson duet) Also release of The Jacksons’ LP ‘Victory’, with Mick as guest on one track: ‘State of Shock’ (Mick and Michael Jackson duet)
1992: Mick performs at the Celebration of the Blues event as part of England’s National Music Day at the Hammersmith Odeon in London, as also do the Charlie Watts Quintet and Ron Wood with Buddy Guy. The All Star Band also featured Gary Moore and and Jimmy Rogers, among others. The show was issued later on a bootleg recording.
Mick on National Music Day: “National Music Day is a celebration of music they have in France and other countries and we did one in England. My contribution musically was to do this blues evening, which I did with the Gary Moore Blues Band as house band. We had Pops Staples, who’s not really thought of a s a blues performer at all, but going way back he really was… And we had Buddy Guy and Jimmy Rogers who used to play with Muddy Waters, and Otis Rush. And Ronnie Wood, of course, the famous blues guitarist… It was quite a good evening all in all. I did a short set with Gary Moore. We did numbers by Sonny Boy Williamson, Z.Z. Hill, we did Who Do You Love by Bo Diddley. It was a really good evening. I hadn’t done anything like that for a while.”
2004: Release of the FACES’ 4-CD boxset ‘Five Guys Walk Into A Bar…’
2007: Estadio Vicente Calderón, Madrid, Spain
Start Me Up/Let’s Spend The Night Together/She’s So Cold/All Down The Line/Monkey Man/You Can’t Always Get What You Want/Sway/Night Time/Tumbling Dice/Band introduction/You Got The Silver/Happy/Miss You/It’s Only Rock’n Roll/ Satisfaction/Honky Tonk Women/Sympathy For The Devil/Paint It Black/Jumping Jack Flash/Brown Sugar
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2014: ‘TW Classic’, Festivalpark, Werchter, Belgium
Jumping Jack Flash/You Got Me Rocking/It’s Only Rock’n Roll/Tumbling Dice/Wild Horses/Doom And Gloom/It’s All Over Now/Out Of Control/Honky Tonk Women/Band introduction/You Got The Silver/Can’t Be Seen/Midnight Rambler/Miss You/Gimme Shelter/Start Me Up/Sympathy For The Devil/Brown Sugar/You Can’t Always Get What You Want/Satisfaction
*With special guests the Dekoor Close-Harmony choir on ‘You Can’t Always Get What You Want’
2015: Download-only album ‘Sticky Fingers Live’ (recorded live at the Fonda Theatre, Los Angeles, May 20, 2015
1. Sway/ 2. Dead Flowers/ 3. Wild Horses/ 4. Sister Morphine/ 5. You Gotta Move/ 6. Bitch/ 7. Can’t You Hear Me Knocking/ 8. I Got The Blues/ 9. Moonlight Mile/ 10. Brown Sugar
2020: The Stones threaten legal action against U.S. President Donald Trump if he continues using their songs during his campaign rallies.
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