May 19, 1963: 2 shows: Ken Colyer Jazz Club, London, and Crawdaddy Club, Station Hotel, Richmond, England
May 19, 1964: Capitol Cinema, Aberdeen, Scotland (2 shows) In their first appearance in Aberdeen, the Stones shared the bill with Freddie and The Dreamers who already had a hit in ’63. Brian Jones, signed the first contract with Albert Bonici in Febuary ’64.
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May 19, 1976: Keith crashes his Bentley (‘Blue Lena’) near Newport Pagnell, Bucks, after falling asleep at the wheel. Both marijuana and cocaine were found by the police, which resulted in another fine for him.
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May 19, 1977: In NYC, Mick is filmed for his part in The Rutles’ ‘All You Need Is Cash’ film (a Beatles parody), which also featured Ronnie.
May 19, 1978: Release of the MISS YOU / FAR AWAY EYES 7″ and 12″ singles (Rolling Stones Records EMI 2802 and 12 EMI 2802, pink vinyl)
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May 19, 1990: Feyenoord Stadion, Rotterdam, Holland
Start Me Up/Bitch/Sad Sad Sad/Tumbling Dice/Miss You/Almost Hear You Sigh/Ruby Tuesday/Rock And A Hard Place/Mixed Emotions/Honky Tonk Women/Midnight Rambler/You Can’t Always Get What You Want/Can’t Be Seen/Happy/Paint It Black/2000 Light Years From Home/Sympathy For The Devil/Street Fighting Man/Gimme Shelter/Band introduction/It’s Only Rock’n Roll/Brown Sugar/Satisfaction/Jumping Jack Flash
May 19, 1995: Release of NICKLEBAG’s CD ’12 Hits And A Bump’, with Ronnie as guest on two tracks: 1. Hit It And Quit It/ 2. Hots On For Nowhere
May 19, 1998: Release of the HOPE FLOATS movie soundtrack CD, which includes a studio version of ‘Honest I Do’ (a leftover from the ‘Stripped’ sessions)
May 19, 2003: Release of JACK BRUCE’s Band ‘The Jack Bruce Band Live ’75’ 2-CD set (live in Manchester 1975), with Mick Taylor as guest.
May 19, 2012: Mick hosts U.S. TV’s Saturday Night Live, appearing in skits and performing with Arcade Fire, Foo Fighters and Jeff Beck, and presenting a “blues” composition for the upcoming presidential election, Tea Party. Later on that day, Mick performs Rolling Stones songs with Foo Fighters at 30 Rockefeller Plaza in New York City.
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