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TODAY IN ROLLING STONES’ HISTORY: April 10

April 10, 1964: The Baths, Leyton, England

April 10, 1964: Release of THE ANDREW OLDHAM ORCHESTRA’s 7“ single ‘365 Rolling Stones (One For Every Day Of The Year)’/ ‘Oh I Do Like To See Me On The ‘B’ Side’ (Decca F 11878), with Mick, Keith, Brian, Bill and Charlie as guests


April 10, 1965: A British school in Wrexham, North Wales, asked parents to please keep children in school uniform and not send them to school in ‘corduroy trousers’, “like the ones worn by The Rolling Stones”


April 10, 1991: Keith visits San Francisco to record a remake of ‘Crawling King Snake’ with John Lee Hooker (released in September that year on Hooker’s ‘Mr. Lucky’ album)


April 10, 1999: Myriad Arena, Oklahoma City, OK, USA
Jumping Jack Flash/Bitch/You Got Me Rocking/Respectable/Honky Tonk Women/Moonlight Mile/Saint Of Me/Some Girls/Paint It Black/Band introduction/You Got The Silver/Thief In The Night/Out Of Control/Route 66/ Get Off Of My Cloud/Midnight Rambler/Tumbling Dice/It’s Only Rock’n Roll/ Start Me Up/Brown Sugar/Sympathy For The Devil

April 10, 2000: Release of the BILL WYMAN’S RHYTHM KINGS’ CD-single “Groovin’”, feat. three tracks: 1. Groovin’/ 2. Can’t Get My Rest At Night (with Mick Taylor as guest)/ 3. Gambler’s Lament

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