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Rolling Stones

Rock manager, promoter, impresario and film-maker Giorgio Gomelsky is born in Tiflis, Georgia, USSR. After moving to England, he will become influential on the development of The Rolling Stones and The Yardbirds, and will also work widely in jazz and blues.
David Zard is born in Tripoli, Libya, Africa. He will find success as a music business entrepreneur in Italy, Europe, organising stadium tours by Cat Stevens, Elton John, Tina Turner, Lou Reed, Frank Zappa, the Rolling Stones, Genesis, Bob Dylan, Madonna, Michael Jackson and more.
Paul Ambach is born in Antwerp, Belgium, Europe. As well as establishing an international reputation as blues singer and pianist Boogie Boy, Ambach will enjoy major success as a concert promoter via his company Make It Happen, which will organise shows by artists as diverse as Michael Jackson and The Rolling Stones.
The Rolling Stones play at Eel Pie Island, Twickenham, London, UK.
The Rolling Stones play two shows - first at Studio 51, Soho, London, and then later at The Crawdaddy Club, Richmond, London, UK.
The Rolling Stones play at Botwell House, Hayes, Middlesex, England, UK, Europe.
The All-Star 64 package tour plays at The Granada, Rugby, UK, featuring John Leyton, The Rolling Stones, The Swinging Blue Jeans, Mike Berry, Jet Harris, Billie Davis, and The Paramounts
The Rolling Stones play at the Ex-Servicemen's Club, Windsor, England, UK, Europe. After the show, vocalist Mick Jagger goes to a launch party for pop singer Adrienne Posta, at which he meets Marianne Faithfull for the first time. They will become a couple, and she will inspire Stones' songs including You Can't Always Get What You Want, Wild Horses, I Got the Blues and Sister Morphine.
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The Rolling Stones' fourth UK tour continues at The Essoldo, Stockport, supported by Peter And Gordon, The Overlanders, The Barron Knights, David John And The Mood, Julie Grant and Tony Marsh.
The Rolling Stones , John Lee Hooker, John Mayall's Bluesbreakers and others play at Alexandra Palace, London, UK.
The Rolling Stones play the first of two nights in Springfield Hall, St Helier, Jersey, Channel islands.
The Rolling Stones and Neil Sedaka are seen on The Clay Cole Show in New York, New Jersey and Connecticut.
The Rolling Stones, supported by The Shangri-Las, play at The Coliseum, Fort Wayne, Texas, USA.
The Rolling Stones, supported by The Shangri-Las, play at Hara Arena, Dayton, Ohio, USA.
The Rolling Stones appear on tv show Ready, Steady, Go! in London, UK, lip-synching Little Red Rooster, Around And Around, and Off The Hook. Also appearing on the show are Marvin Gaye and Jerry Lee Lewis.
The Rolling Stones fly to Brisbane, Australia, rather too late for radio and tv appearances scheduled for the previous day.
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Brian Jones of The Rolling Stones leaves Los Angeles, California, USA, after a brief holiday, and flies to London, UK.
The Rolling Stones play at K.B. Hallen, Copenhagen, Denmark, Europe.
Having completed a tour of Scandinavia, The Rolling Stones fly back to London, England, UK.
The Rolling Stones record an appearance for British tv show Thank Your Lucky Stars, in Birmingham, England, UK.
Local authorities in Syracuse, New York State, accuse Rolling Stones of desecrating the American flag, after Old Glory is reportedly dragged across the stage during the band's gig at the War Memorial Hall. Support acts on this show are The Standells, The McCoys (led by Rick Derringer) and The Tradewinds.
The Rolling Stones spend the second of seventeen days of recording at Olympic Sound Studios, London, England, UK, Europe.
The Rolling Stones are in Olympic Studios, London, England, UK, Europe, working on a version of the song Jumpin' Jack Flash intended for use in a promotional video.
Filming of The Rolling Stones begins for French avant-garde director Jean-Luc Godard's documentary film One Plus One at Olympic Studios, London, England, UK, Europe. The film will, in due course, be re-named Sympathy For The Devil.
It is announced that Mick Jagger of The Rolling Stones is to make his acting debut in the film The Performers. (In due course, the film will be re-named Performance).
Jumpin' Jack Flash by The Rolling Stones reaches No1 in the UK pop singles chart.
Brian Jones of The Rolling Stones begins the year on an extended holiday in Sri Lanka, Asia, with his girlfriend Suki Poitier.
The Rolling Stones are in Olympic Studios, London, England, UK, Europe, working on tracks for the album Let It Bleed. On the same day, they pre-record a live appearance to be broadcast on tv's David Frost Show in the USA.
In East Grinstead, Sussex, UK, coroner Dr. Angus Sommerville records a verdict of death by misadventure on The Rolling Stones' guitarist Brian Jones. Although Jones' body contained significant quantities of drugs and alcohol, Dr Somerville concludes that the cause of death was drowning, but notes that, "For a man of his age, his heart was a bit larger than it should have been. It was fatty and flabby. His liver was twice the normal weight. It was in a state of fatty degeneration".
The R.I.A.A. (Recording Industry Association Of America) awards a gold disc to the hit single Honky Tonk Women by The Rolling Stones.
The Rolling Stones spend the third of four days rehearsing in Warner Broothers studios, Los Angeles, California, USA, for their upcoming American tour.
The Rolling Stones play the first of two nights in International Amphitheatre, Chicago, Illinois, USA, supported by Stevie Wonder and Martha Reeves. During their stay in Chicago, the Stones spend some time at Hugh Hefner's Playboy mansion.
The Rolling Stones are in Pathe Marconi Studios, Paris, France, Europe, working on the final stages of a new album.
Ringo Starr spends the first of three days recording with Ronnie Wood (of The Rolling Stones) at Cherokee Studios, Los Angeles, California, USA, for his album tentatively titled Can't Fight Lightning. By the time it is released, it will be called Stop And Smell The Roses.
Ringo Starr spends the second of three days recording with Ronnie Wood (of The Rolling Stones) at Cherokee Studios, Los Angeles, California, USA, for his album tentatively titled Can't Fight Lightning. By the time it is released, it will be called Stop And Smell The Roses.
Bob Dylan is in the Power Station, New York City, working on tracks for his album Infidels. Mark Knopfler is acting as co-producer. Knopfler also plays guitar on the album, along with former Rolling Stones' axeman Mick Taylor. On this day, Dylan works on the songs Someone's Got A Hold Of My Heart, Dark Groove and others.
Asked, in a Newsweek interview published today, if The Rolling Stones tour only for the money, vocalist Mick Jagger quips, 'No, that's The Who'.
The Rolling Stones kick off another record-breaking North American tour, Steel Wheels, with a tiny gig for just 700 people in Toad's Place, New Haven, Connecticut, USA.
Bill Wyman, bassist of The Rolling Stones, announces that he and his teen-bride Mandy Smith have begun divorce proceedings.
The Rolling Stones announce that a staggering $313m was taken in ticket sales alone by their Voodoo Lounge tour, topping their 1989 Steel Wheels record of $290m [£185m].
The Hong Kong Harbour Fest, part of a government underwritten HK$1 billion program to revive the economy of Hong Kong after the SARS epidemic. Running for almost a month, it will feature artists including The Rolling Stones, Prince, Neil Young and Santana. On this, the first day, the festival is kicked off by Prince and Karen Mok.
The Rolling Stones play the first of two nights at the The Hong Kong Harbour Fest. The festival is part of a government-underwritten HK$1 billion program of high profile concerts running for almost a month, intended to help revive the economy of Hong Kong after the SARS epidemic.
The Rolling Stones play at Lansdowne Park, Ottawa, Ontario, Canada.
Ronnie Wood of the The Rolling Stones and Paul McCartney's fashion designer daughter Stella MCartney are among the guests at a medieval-themed houseparty at the north London home of supermodel Kate Moss. Police are called out twice after neighbours complain about the noise.
It is reported that a 4,400 sq. ft. apartment, formerly owned by music stars including Britney Spears and Keith Richards, in New York City, USA, has been put on sale for $7.6m.
The Rolling Stones begin their America Latina Ole Tour with a show at Estadio Nacional, Santiago, Chile, South America, supported by Los Tres.
On their America Latina Ole Tour, The Rolling Stones play the first of three nights at Estadio Ciudad de La Plata, La Plata, Argentina, South America.
On their No Filter tour, The Rolling Stones play at The Olympic Stadium, Barcelona, Spain, Europe.
On their No Filter tour, The Rolling Stones play at Esprit Arena, Dusseldorf, Germany, Europe.
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