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Art Wood, vocalist and leader of pioneering British 60s r'n'b combo The Artwoods, is born in West Drayton, Middlesex, UK. The brother of Ronnie Wood of The Rolling Stones, Art will also play with Quiet Melon.
British pop music weekly Disc reports that "a new rhythm'n'blues group", The Rolling Stones, will be replacing Alexis Korner's Blues Incorporated on July 12 at The Marquee Club in Soho, London, UK.
The Rolling Stones play at The Ealing Jazz Club, London, UK.
The Rolling Stones make their first appearance on UK tv show Ready Steady Go!, and then play at the Wooden Bridge Hotel, Guildford, UK.
The Rolling Stones begin their fourth UK tour at The Locarno, Stevenage, supported by Peter And Gordon, The Overlanders, The Barron Knights, David John And The Mood, Julie Grant and Tony Marsh.
The Rolling Stones are booked for the opening night of The Cubi-Club, Rochdale, UK, but the gig is abandoned.
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A full-page advertisment runs in six music trade magazines in the USA, bearing the strapline, "in the public interest, watch The Rolling Stones crush The Beatles!"
The Rolling Stones' eponymous debut album logs up its eighth week at No1 in the UK's Music Week album chart.
The Rolling Stones release a new single, It's All Over Now, on Decca Records in the UK. The song is written by Bobby Womack and Shirley Womack, and was first released by The Valentinos.
The Rolling Stones spend the seventh of nine days of demo recording sessions at Regent Sound Studios, London, UK.
The Top Ten Records played on WABC Radio, New York City, USA, for this week are as follows :
1. Where Did Our Love Go - The Supremes [Motown]
2. Everybody Loves Somebody - Dean Martin (Reprise]
3. A Hard Day's Night - The Beatles (UA/Capitol)
4. Because - The Dave Clark Five (Epic)
5. Under The Boardwalk - The Drifters (Atlantic)
6. How Do You Do It? - Gerry And The Pacemakers (Laurie)
7. People Say - The Dixie Cups (Red Bird)
8. House of the Rising Sun - The Animals (MGM)
9. Tell Me - The Rolling Stones (London)
10. Wishin' and Hopin' - Dusty Springfield (Philips)
At Tettenhall Magistrates Court, Staffordshire, England, UK, Europe, Mick Jagger of The Rolling Stones is found guilty of three traffic offenses.
The Rolling Stones pre-record an appearance on UK tv show Thank Your Lucky Stars.
The Rolling Stones play at The Capitol Theatre, Perth, Australia, Oceania.
UK tailoring trade magazine The Tailor And Cutter publishes an appeal to The Rolling Stones that they should wear ties, in order to help reverse the decline in the tie manufacturing industry.
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The Rolling Stones US-only album Now! enters the Billboard albums chart in the USA, where it will peak at No5.
There is a riot, quelled by baton-wielding police, when The Rolling Stones play at The Messehallen, Oslo, Norway, Europe.
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The Rolling Stones play at Yyteri Beach, Pori, Finland, Europe.
The new Rolling Stones' album, Out Of Our Heads, reaches No1 in the Billboard albums chart in the USA, where it will stay for three-weeks.
At The Bromel Club, Bromel Court Hotel, Bromley, Kent, England, UK, Jimi Hendrix is interviewed by Richard Green of Record Mirror. In the audience is Bill Wyman, bassist of The Rolling Stones.
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The highest new entry in the Top Ten Singles chart in Switzerland, Europe, is She's A Rainbow by The Rolling Stones, entering at No8.
The End, with Bill Wyman of The Rolling Stones acting as producer, begin recording their debut album for Decca Records at West Hampstead studios, London, England, UK, Europe. It will be completed by late June.
The Rolling Stones are in Olympic Studios, London, England, UK, Europe, working with producer Jimmy Miller on the song Sister Morphine.
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The Rolling Stones are working on the song Honky Tonk Women in Olympic Studios, London, England, UK, Europe. Young guitarist Mick Taylor of John Mayall's Blues Breakers is present as a session player.
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The Rolling Stones' film, Sympathy For The Devil, directed by Jean-Luc Godard, has its American premiere at the 13th San Francisco International Film Festival in San Francisco, California, USA.
When Keith Richards, guitarist of the Rolling Stones, goes onstage to perform with Chuck Berry at the The Palladium, Hollywood, Los Angeles, California, USA, Chuck fails to recognise him and throws him off stage for playing too loud.
On their European Tour 1973, The Rolling Stones play at The Sportpaleis, Antwerp, Belgium, Europe.
On their European Tour 1973, The Rolling Stones play at The Forest National, Brussels, Belgium, Europe.
Keith Richards of the Rolling Stones is arrested in Toronto, Ontario, Canada after police find $4,000 worth of heroin in his room. Soon after, his office calls in heroin treatment expert Dr Meg Patterson in an attempt to try to cure Richards.
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Rolling Stones’ vocalist Mick Jagger, still married to Bianca, brings in the New Year at a cottage adjoining the Greensleeves Hotel in Barbados, Caribbean, with friends including model Jerry Hall, Monty Python star Eric Idle and record company mogul Clive Davis.
Scott Cantrell, aged 17, shoots himself in the head with a .38 calibre revolver at the South Salem, Lewisboro, New York State, USA, estate owned by Keith Richards, guitarist of The Rolling Stones and his girlfriend Anita Pallenberg. The gun belongs to Pallenberg, who later admits unlawful possession.
Bob Dylan is rehearsing for Live Aid with Rolling Stones’ members Keith Richards and Ron Wood, at Wood's New York City, USA, residence.
Fats Domino, Ray Charles and Jerry Lee Lewis play live at Storyville Jazz Club, New Orleans, Louisiana, USA, with Ron Wood of The Rolling Stones playing guitar. The supergroup is filmed for the cable tv special Cinemax Sessions : Fats Domino and Friends, which is transmitted a week later.
The Rolling Stones, minus Bill Wyman, spend the first of eight days rehearsing for their Steel Wheels tour at The Mza nightclub in Tokyo, Japan, Asia.
The Rolling Stones play the fourth of ten concerts at Tokyo Dome, Japan, Asia. These are the group's first-ever performances in Japan.
The Rolling Stones open their Urban Jungle European tour with the first of three nights at Stadion Feijenoord (aka De Kuip), Rotterdam, the Netherlands, Europe.
The Rolling Stones play in Rock City, Nottingham, England, UK, supported by the Dan Reed Network.
The Rolling Stones are rehearsing for their upcoming tour of North America, in an empty hangar at Pearson International Airport, Toronto, Canada.
During rehearsals for their upcoming tour, The Rolling Stones play a low-key show for just 1,100 fans at the Phoenix Concert Theatre, Toronto, Canada.
The Rolling Stones play at Comerica Park, Detroit, Michigan, USA.
When Arcade Fire play at Central Park Summerstage, New York City, USA, they are unexpectedly joined onstage by David Bowie.
When the Rolling Stones play at the PNC Stadium, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, USA, they are joined during Wild Horses by Eddie Vedder, vocalist of Pearl Jam, who had opened the show.
Rapper Lil Wayne settles a lawsuit brought against him by The Rolling Stones' music publisher Abkco Music, by permanently removing the song Playing With Fire from his hit album Tha Carter III and from digital-download services. Abkco had sued him because the song was too similar to The Stones' song Play With Fire, on which it was based.
Bill Wyman And The Rhythm Kings play at Stadsgehoorzaal, Leiden, Holland, Europe.
When The Rolling Stones play at The Prudential Center in Newark, New Jersey, USA, the set features guest appearances by John Mayer and their former guitarist Mick Taylor.
On their 50 And Counting tour Rolling Stones play at The Oracle Arena, Oakland, California, USA.
The Rolling Stones play at Stade de France, Paris, France, Europe.
On their 14 On Fire Tour The Rolling Stones play at The Entertainment Centre, Brisbane, Australia.
On their No Filter tour, The Rolling Stones play at Amsterdam Arena, Amsterdam, Netherlands, Europe.