Rolling Stones chronology – March 30
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1963: Wooden Bridge Hotel, Guildford, England
1964: 2 shows: Ricky Tick Club, Plaza Ballroom, Guildford and Ricky Tick Club, Olympia Ballroom, Reading, England
1965: Tivoli Konsertsal, Copenhagen, Denmark (2 shows)
1966: Salle Vallier, Marseille, France (2 shows) At the show, Mick is hit with a piece of wood on his eye, which later required hospitalization and stitches.
1967: Sporthalle, Cologne, West-Germany (2 shows)
1998: Estadio River Plate, Buenos Aires, Argentina
Satisfaction/Let’s Spend The Night Together/Flip The Switch/Gimme Shelter/ Anybody Seen My Baby?/19th Nervous Breakdown/Saint Of Me/Out Of Control/She’s A Rainbow/Miss You/Band introduction/You Don’t Have To Mean It/Wanna Hold You/Little Queenie/I Just Want To Make Love To You/ Like A Rolling Stone/Sympathy For The Devil/Tumbling Dice/Honky Tonk Women/Start Me Up/Jumping Jack Flash/You Can’t Always Get What You Want/Brown Sugar
2000: Mick makes a nostalgic visit to his old school in Dartford, where he opened the new arts centre (the Mick Jagger Centre), named after him at Dartford Grammar. He said he had spent the worst years of his life at the school.
2008: The Stones, along with director Martin Scorsese, hold a press conference at the Palace Hotel in New York City to promote the release of the Shine a Light concert film and album.
March 30, 2019: The Stones announce their forthcoming No Filter North American will be postponed, as Mick needs medical treatment.
Mick: “I’m so sorry to all our fans in America & Canada with tickets. I really hate letting you down like this. I’m devastated for having to postpone the tour but I will be working very hard to be back on stage as soon as I can. Once again, huge apologies to everyone.”
Keith: “A big disappointment for everyone but things need to be taken care of and we will see you soon. Mick, we are always there for you!”
Ron: “We’ll miss you over the next few weeks, but we’re looking forward to seeing you all again very soon. Here’s to Mick – thanks for your supportive messages it means so much to us.”
READ MORE: https://www.nytimes.com/2019/03/30/arts/music/rolling-stones-mick-jagger.html
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