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TODAY IN ROLLING STONES’ HISTORY: February 25

Feb. 25, 1964: Odeon Theatre, Romford, England (2 shows)

Feb. 25, 1966: Palais Theatre, St. Kilda, Australia (2 shows)

Feb. 25, 1985: Release of SHE’S THE BOSS, Mick’s first solo album (CBS 86310)
SIDE A: 1. Lonely At The Top/ 2. Half A Loaf/ 3. Running Out Of Luck/ 4. Turn The Girl Loose/ 5. Hard Woman
SIDE B: 1. Just Another Night/ 2. Lucky In Love/ 3. Secrets/ 4. She’s The Boss

Feb. 25, 1986: The Stones appear live via satellite from the Roof Gardens Club in London accepting via satellite a Grammy Award (‘Livetime Achievement’) presented by Eric Clapton


Feb. 25, 1995: Ellis Park Stadium, Johannesburg, South Africa
Not Fade Away/Tumbling Dice/You Got Me Rocking/It’s All Over Now/ Live With Me/Sparks Will Fly/Satisfaction/Out Of Tears/Angie/Rock And A Hard Place/Midnight Rambler/I Go Wild/Miss You/Band introduction/ Honky Tonk Women/Happy/Slipping Away/Sympathy For The Devil/ Monkey Man/Street Fighting Man/Start Me Up/It’s Only Rock’n Roll/Brown Sugar/Jumping Jack Flash


Feb. 25, 1999: Air Canada Center, Toronto, Canada
Jumping Jack Flash/Live With Me/Respectable/You Got Me Rocking/ Honky Tonk Women/Moonlight Mile/Saint Of Me/Some Girls/Paint It Black/Band introduction/You Got The Silver/Before They Make Me Run/ Out Of Control/Route 66/Just My Imagination/Midnight Rambler/Tumbling Dice/It’s Only Rock’n Roll/Start Me Up/Brown Sugar/Sympathy For The Devil

Feb. 25, 2003: Rod Laver Arena, Melbourne, Australia
Street Fighting Man/It’s Only Rock’n Roll/If You Can’t Rock Me/Don’t Stop/Rocks Off/Wild Horses/Dead Flowers/Bitch/Gimme Shelter/Tumbling Dice/Band introduction/Slipping Away/Before They Make Me Run/Sympathy For The Devil/Honky Tonk Women/Can’t You Hear Me Knocking/Satisfaction/When The Whip Comes Down/Like A Rolling Stone/Brown Sugar/Jumping Jack Flash

Feb. 25, 2005: It was announced the Stones topped a US list of music’s biggest money makers. The list was based on earnings during 2003, that’s when the band did their ‘Forty Licks’ tour, which made them $212 million in ticket, CD, DVD and merchandise sales. Three million fans went to the shows, who spent an average of $11 (£6.47) each on merchandise. Bruce Springsteen was listed in second place, and The Eagles in third.

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