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Brian Jones, guitarist and multi-instrumentalist with The Rolling Stones, is born in Cheltenham, UK.
The Everly Brothers, Little Richard, Bo Diddley, Mickie Most, Julie Grant, The Flintstones and The Rolling Stones play at The Capitol, Cardiff, Wales, UK, Europe.
The Everly Brothers, Little Richard, Bo Diddley, Mickie Most, Julie Grant, The Flintstones and The Rolling Stones play at The Gaumont, Taunton, England, UK, Europe
The Group Scene 64 tour continues at The Granada, Mansfield, UK, with The Rolling Stones, The Ronettes, Swinging Blue Jeans, Johnny Kidd And The Pirates and Marty Wilde. Joe Brown is also added to the bill for this show.
The Rolling Stones play in The Public Hall, Preston, UK.
At Regent Sound Studios, London, UK, the Rolling Stones record demos of the Mick Jagger/Keith Richards compositions Try A Little Harder and Some Things Just Stick in Your Mind. Producer on the session is Andrew Loog-Oldham. The tracks will not be released until 1975.
The All-Stars 64 package tour plays at The Empire, Liverpool, UK, featuring John Leyton, The Rolling Stones, Mike Berry, Jet Harris, Billie Davis, Bern Elliott And The Fenmen, and The Paramounts - who will become better known as Procol Harum.
The Rolling Stones pre-record an appearance for British tv show Top Of The Pops in Manchester, UK.
The Rolling Stones release their first single in the USA, Not Fade Away, on London Records.
The Rolling Stones spend the third of nine days of recording demo sessions at Regent Sound Studios, London, UK.
British musician William Perks legally changes his name to Bill Wyman, by which he is already known to the public as bass guitarist with The Rolling Stones.
The Rolling Stones release a new EP, Five By Five, in the UK on Decca Records.
The Rolling Stones are recording demos in Pye Studios, London, UK.
The Rolling Stones release a new single, Time Is On My Side, in the USA on London Records. The song is a cover version of an American hit by Irma Thomas.
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The Rolling Stones, Inez and Charlie Foxx, Mike Berry and The Mojos, play at The Hippodrome, Birmingham, England, UK, Europe.
The Top Ten Records played on WABC Radio in New York City, USA, for the week ended on this date, are as follows :

1. Come See About Me - The Supremes [Motown]

2. I Feel Fine - The Beatles (Capitol)

3. Mr. Lonely - Bobby Vinton (Epic)

4. She's Not There - The Zombies (Parrot)

5. Love Potion No. 9 - The Searchers (Kapp)

6. Goin' Out of My Head - Little Anthony And The Imperials (DCP)

7. She's a Woman - The Beatles (Capitol)

8. Time Is On My Side - The Rolling Stones (London)

9. My Love, Forgive Me - Robert Goulet (Columbia)

10. You Really Got Me - The Kinks (Reprise]

With their brief Irish tour completed, The Rolling Stones fly back to London, England, UK.
The Rolling Stones enjoy a day off during their tour of New Zealand, Oceania. They spend the time horse riding and visiting hot springs at and mud baths.
The Rolling Stones, supported by The Hollies, Dave Berry and The Konrads play at The Odeon, Guildford, UK.
The Rolling Stones fly to Germany, Europe, for three days of live dates and tv appearances.
The Rolling Stones play at Swing Auditorium, San Bernardino, California, USA, and record an appearance on tv show Hollywood A-Go-Go. Also on the show is Chuck Berry.
The Rolling Stones play at Wiener Stadthalle, Vienna, Austria, Europe.
The Rolling Stones continue a fortnight of rehearsals at R.G. Jones Studio, Morden, Surrey, UK, Europe.
Linda Keith, girlfriend of Brian Jones of The Rolling Stones, collapses in her apartment in Belgravia, London, England, UK, Europe.
Filming of The Rolling Stones for French avant-garde director Jean-Luc Godard's documentary film One By One continues at Olympic Studios, London, England, UK, Europe. The film will eventually be released under the title Sympathy For The Devil.
Street Fighting Man by The Rolling Stones is banned in Chicago, Illinois, USA, following recent riots at the Democratic Convention in that city.
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The Rolling Stones give in to pressure from Decca Records to change the sleeve for their seventh album, Beggars Banquet. What had been a toilet wall scrawled with graffiti becomes a tasteful cream sleeve bearing almost no imagery at all. @RollingStones
The Rolling Stones spend a second day working on the song Gimme Shelter at Olympic Studios, London, England, UK, Europe. On the same day, Mick Jagger records an interview for the BBC radio show Scene And Heard.
The Rolling Stones spend the third of four days rehearsing in Warner Broothers studios, Los Angeles, California, USA, for their upcoming American tour.
Howlin' Wolf and Hubert Sumlin record Worried About My Baby, What A Woman, Built For Comfort, Who's Been Talking, The Red Rooster and Killing Floor, during sessions at Olympic Studios, London, UK, which will result in the album The London Howlin' Wolf Sessions. Backing musicians on this session include Eric Clapton, Steve Winwood, Bill Wyman and Charlie Watts.
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Rock entrepreneur Allen Klein is found guilty on ten counts of "unlawfully failing to make and file returns of Federal income taxes and FICA taxes withheld from employees' wages." Klein, whose client list has included The Beatles and The Rolling Stones, will appeal against the conviction, but the appeal will be rejected.
The Rolling Stones release their new album Sticky Fingers, which features a cover designed by Andy Warhol, in the UK.
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On their European Tour 1973, The Rolling Stones play at The Olympiahalle, Innsbruck, Austria, Europe.
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A new disco, Studio 54, opens its doors for the first time on West 54th Street, New York City, USA. Opening night guests at the 700-capacity club include Michael Jackson, Mick Jagger and Salvador Dali, and the venue will become notorious for open sexual encounters on its balconies and rampant drug use.
Rolling Stones' vocalist Mick Jagger and Jerry Hall give a Christmas lunch for Andy Warhol, Earl McGrath, Ahmet Ertegun and others.
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.
The Rolling Stones release their new album, Undercover.
Undercover by The Rolling Stones is certified platinum by the R.I.A.A. in the USA.
Route 66 is officially removed from the United States Highway System. The road, which ran a total of 2,448 miles (3,940 km) from Chicago, Illinois, USA, to Los Angeles, California, was immortalised in the song Route 66, written by Bobby Troup. The track was first recorded by The Nat King Cole Trio, with later versions recorded by Chuck Berry, The Rolling Stones, The Manhattan Transfer and Depeche Mode to name but a few. The road was also the subject of the Route 66 television show in the 1960s.
At Tuileries, New York City, USA, Mick Jagger of The Rolling Stones attends a dinner for the Crown Prince of Belgium.
The Rolling Stones play at the Tokyo Dome, Tokyo, Japan, Asia, on their Steel Wheels tour.
The Rolling Stones play at Spartakiadne Stadium, Prague, Czechoslovakia, Europe, supported by The Dan Reed Network.
Neil Young and Pearl Jam release a collaborative album, Mirror Ball, on Reprise Records in the USA. On the same day, The Rolling Stones, with Bob Dylan as their special guest, play in Espace Grammont, Montpellier, France.
Rolling Stones have a third day of rehearsals at Soldier Field, Chicago, Illinois, USA, for the imminent first night of their Bridges To Babylon tour.
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.
Sir Mick Jagger of The Rolling Stones joins a campaign to save The Granada Cinema, Walthamstow, London, England, UK, Europe, where The Beatles, Stones, Kinks and Who played in the 1960s.
The Rolling Stones' guitarist Ronnie Wood and Shingai Shoniwa of The Noisettes are among the guests at the South Bank Sky Arts Awards in London, UK.
Edwin Shirley, the rock'n'roll trucking pioneer whose fleet of vehicles transported artists including The Rolling Stones, Led Zeppelin, Pink Floyd, Abba, Queen and Michael Jackson, dies aged 64 in Homerton Hospital, Hackney, London, England, UK, Europe. He had been diagnosed with bowel cancer in 2009 but continued working for as long as possible.
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On their America Latina Ole Tour, The Rolling Stones play at Estádio do Maracanã, Rio De Janeiro, Brazil, South America.
It is revealed that, just two days after the election of Donald Trump as President Of The USA, the song It's The End Of The World As We Know It (And I Feel Fine) by R.E.M. achieves a 435% sales increase to 3,000 sold, and a 312 percent streaming increase to 601,000. Also scoring significant increases in the immediate wake of the election are American Idiot by Green Day, FDT (F*ck Donald Trump) by YG feat. Nipsey Hussle, You Can't Always Get What You Want by The Rolling Stones, Up Like Trump by Rae Sremmurd, Donald Trump by Mac Miller and, inevitably, God Bless America by Lee Greenwood.
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