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TODAY IN ROLLING STONES’ HISTORY: March 11

March 11, 1965: City Hall, Sheffield, England (2 shows)

March 11, 1966: Release of THE ARANBEE POP SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA’s LP ‘Today’s Pop Symphony’, with Keith as producer and musical director.


March 11, 1967: Keith Richards, Mick Jagger and Anita Pallenberg fly down to Tangier, Morocco, where they join Brian Jones. The group then drives down to stay in Marrakesh.

March 11, 1985: Willie and the Poor Boys (which included Bill and Charlie) shoot a few videos to promote their self-titled album at the Fulham Town Hall in London, England. The videos also included Ronnie, who’s not playing in the album but still showed up for the footage. The videos were later released as a home video (“Willie and the Poor Boys”) and DVD (“One Night Only”)
Poor Boy Boogie/ You Never Can Tell/ Chicken Shack Boogie/ Let’s Talk It Over/ All Night Long/ Saturday Night/ Baby Please Don’t Go


March 11, 1993: Release of GERRY GROOM’s CD ‘Once In A Blue Moon’, feat. Mick Taylor


March 11, 1996: Release of the WILD HORSES CD-single (taken from the ‘Stripped’ album), feat. four tracks: 1. Wild Horses (studio version, Tokyo 1995)/ 2. Live With Me (live in London 1995)/ 3. Tumbling Dice (live in Paris 1995)/ 4. Gimme Shelter (live in Amsterdam 1995)

March 11, 1999: Civic Arena, Pittsburgh, PA, USA
Jumping Jack Flash/Bitch/You Got Me Rocking/Gimme Shelter/Honky Tonk Women/Fool To Cry/Saint Of Me/Some Girls/Paint It Black/Band introduction/You Got The Silver/Before They Make Me Run/Out Of Control/Route 66/When The Whip Comes Down/Midnight Rambler/Tumbling Dice/It’s Only Rock’n Roll/Start Me Up/Brown Sugar/Sympathy For The Devil

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