It's not been official but its a pretty good rumor that The Rolling Stones will be coming back to the U.S.A. this summer with their 50 And Counting tour. This week in 1963,The Stones started doing a Sunday night gig at the Station Hotel in Richmond, England and the band was paid $41.
It was on September 16,1964 the hit music show Shindig premieres on ABC-TV. If you were an artist with hit record you probably where on Shindig.On the first show of Shindig‘s second season, The Rolling Stones performed their #1 tune (I Can’t Get No) Satisfaction.
The Rolling Stones wrapped up the European part of their "On Fire" tour on July 3rd, doing a two hour set on at the Roskilde Festival in Denmark. The Stones will be back with tour in October doing makeup dates of the postponed concerts in Australia and New Zealand.
Guitarist Mick Taylor makes his performance debut with the Rolling Stones in Rome on this day in 1969. He replaced Brian Jones who later drowns on July 3. He is widely acknowledged as the most technically accomplished musician ever to perform as one of the Rolling Stones. His time with the band would be short-lived.
This week in 2010, The Rolling Stones had the best selling album in England. It had been 16 years since The Rolling Stones had a #1 album in the United Kingdom. They achieved this by the re-release of their 1972 double album “Exile On Main Street”.
It was this week in 1964,The Rolling Stones self-titled debut album hit the #1 spot on the charts in England and would hold that position for 12 weeks. The album would spend almost a year (51 weeks) on the U.K. charts.
The seed was planted today October 25,1960, when Mick Jagger on board a train in London bumps into an old school mate Keith Richards. Under his arm Keith had some Rhythm & Blues albums which kicks off a conversation about their individual love of R&B.
July 3rd a dark day in Rock and Roll. In 1969, one of the original Rolling Stones Brian Jones died in his swimming pool he was 27 years old. Alcohol and barbiturates were found in his blood. His death was declared death by accident.
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