Rolling Stones chronology – May 3
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1963: Star And Garter Pub, Ricky Tick Club, Windsor, England
1964: Palace Theatre, Manchester, England
1965: While walking around in New York City, Mick, Keith and Brian have a fight fight with five guys who call them “faggots”
1976: Deutschlandhalle, Berlin, West Germany
Honky Tonk Women/If You Can’t Rock Me-Get Off Of My Cloud/Hand Of Fate/Hey Negrita/Ain’t Too Proud To Beg/Fool To Cry/Hot Stuff/Star Star/You Gotta Move/You Can’t Always Get What You Want/Band introduction/Happy/Nothing From Nothing/Outa Space/Midnight Rambler/ It’s Only Rock’n Roll/Brown Sugar/Jumping Jack Flash/Street Fighting Man
1979: Mick attends court in London for his divorce from Bianca Jagger.
1994: The Stones arrive by presidential yacht (the “Honey Fitz”) to Pier 60 in New York City for their press conference announcing their 1994-1995 Voodoo Lounge World Tour, also announcing bass player Darryl Jones and Chuck Leavell will join them onstage.
Mick: “We’ve done it by land and we’ve done it by train… I hate that thing where you say it’s the last tour and beg for sympathy, (like) if you don’t come, you never see them again. I’m not going to say it’s the last tour. I think it’s a mistake to say that.”
Darryl Jones, about getting the job: “I tried not to get too attached to the outcome. After we did the record, Mick said he thought I did a good job, and Keith said he’d like to have me hang around again. But I didn’t really get the word, officially, on the tour until a couple of months ago.”
May 3, 2013: Staples Center, Los Angeles, California, USA (first show of the 2013 North American Tour)
Get Off Of My Cloud/The Last Time/It’s Only Rock’n Roll/Paint It Black/Gimme Shelter/Wild Horses/ Factory Girl/Emotional Rescue/Respectable/Doom And Gloom/One More Shot/Honky Tonk Women/Band introduction/Before They Make Me Run/Happy/Midnight Rambler/Miss You/Start Me Up/Tumbling Dice/ Brown Sugar/Sympathy For The Devil/You Can’t Always Get What You Want/Jumping Jack Flash/ Satisfaction
*With special guests Mick Taylor (in Midnight Rambler, Gwen Stefani on Wild Horses, Keith Urban on Respectable and the Cal State Long Beach Cole Conservatory Chamber Choir on You Can’t Always Get
What You Want.
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