April 29, 1963: Publicist Andrew Loog Oldham and agent Eric Easton sign a management deal with the Stones after buying the rights to the band’s first recordings, which they paid for the sum of £90. They also persuade keyboard player Ian Stewart to drop out of the line up and instead become the band’s road manager, and play piano with the band onstage.
April 29, 1965: Palace Theatre, Albany, NY, USA (2 shows)
April 29, 1972: The (British magazine) New Musical Express issue included a flexi-disc with ‘Exile On Main St. Blues’, an unreleased song featuring Mick on vocals and piano, recorded earlier that year at Sunset Sound Studios, Los Angeles, plus music excerpts from the EXILE ON MAIN ST album (to be released in May that year)
Read more: https://rollingstonesdata.com/2022/02/26/exile-on-main-street-blues-unreleased-1972/
April 29, 1976: Festhalle, Frankfurt, West Germany
Honky Tonk Women/If You Can’t Rock Me-Get Off Of My Cloud/All Down The Line/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
April 29, 2002: Release of the ‘Alexis Korner And Friends‘ DVD (recorded live at the Marquee Club, London, in April 1983), with Bill, Charlie and Stu as guests, among other musicians
April 29, 2006: After experiencing strong headaches and seizures, Keith is flown to the main island of Fiji, then to a hospital in Auckland, New Zealand, where a blood clot in his brain is diagnosed.
Read more: https://www.nytimes.com/2006/05/08/world/keith-richards-has-brain-surgery.ht
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