April 14, 1963: 2 shows: Studio 51, Ken Colyer Jazz Club, London and Station Hotel, Crawdaddy Club (first show at the Crawdaddy, Richmond, England (with all four members of the Beatles attending) The Beatles had a rare night off so, after their third appearance on the TV show ‘Thank Your Lucky Star’, they drove to Richmond to see “a new group” called The Rolling Stones perform. “It was a match made in heaven, rampant youth colliding,” wrote Andrew Loog Oldham.
April 14, 1967: Hallenstadion, Zürich, Switzerland
The Last Time/Paint It Black/19th Nervous Breakdown/Lady Jane/Get Off Of My Cloud-Yesterday’s Papers/Ruby Tuesday/Let’s Spend The Night Together/Goin’ Home-Satisfaction
April 14, 1972: Release of the TUMBLING DICE / SWEET BLACK ANGEL 7″ single (Rolling Stones Records RS 19103)
April 14, 1975: After lots of rumours that saying that Steve Marriott, Jeff Beck, Jimmy Page, Eric Clapton or Chris Spedding could replace Mick Taylor as guitarist in the Stones, a press release confirmed that Ronnie Wood would be joining the band for their new American tour.
April 14, 1997: Release of BLACK CAT BONE’s CD ‘Taylormade’, with Mick Taylor as guest on four tracks: 1. Wake Up Call/ 2. The Stumble/ 3. Blind Willie McTell/ 4. Mick’s Song/ 5. Slow Blues
April 14, 2002: Keith performs with Willie Nelson at the Ryman Auditorium in Nashville, Tennessee.
Dead Flowers/ The Worst/ Move It On Over
April 14, 2005: Release of THE VALERIE MASTERS’ CD ‘Live’, with Ronnie as guest on two tracks: 1. Concrete Jungle/ 2. Seven Days
April 14, 2012: Ronnie performs onstage with the Faces at the Public Auditorium in Cleveland, Ohio, and the group is inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame. (minus Rod Stewart who has cancelled because he’s ill)
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