Knowledge Identifier: &The_Rolling_Stones
His marriage to Bianca Jagger ended in 1977, although they had long been estranged
Bo Diddley - He appeared as an opening act for The Clash in their 1979 US tour; in "Legends of Guitar" with B.B. King, Les Paul, Albert Collins, George Benson, among others, and joined The Rolling Stones as a guest on their 1994 concert broadcast of "Voodoo Lounge", performing "Who Do You Love-" with the band
Max Romeo - In 1980 he appeared as a backing vocalist on "Dance" on The Rolling Stones album Emotional Rescue.
Sonny Rollins - In 1981, Rollins was asked to play uncredited on three tracks by The Rolling Stones for their album Tattoo You, including the single, "Waiting on a Friend".
Black Uhuru - The follow-up, Red reached number 28 in the UK Albums Chart in 1981, Chill Out reached number 38 a year later, and they toured with The Rolling Stones.
Start Me Up - "'Start Me Up"'" is a song by The Rolling Stones featured on the 1981 album "Tattoo You"
Prince (musician) - He played several dates in support of it, at first as one of the opening acts for The Rolling Stones, who were on tour in the U.S. He began 1982 with a small tour of college towns where he was the headlining act
John Jones (record producer) - In 1985 Jones relocated to AIR Studios in London, setting up a Computer Music studio with George Martin and working on productions for Martin, Yes, The Rolling Stones, Paul Rogers, Paul McCartney, Terence Trent D'Arby, The Outfield, Mark Knopfler, Roy Wood, and Duran Duran
Ralph Bakshi - In 1985, he received a phone call from The Rolling Stones' manager, Tony King, who told Bakshi that the band had recorded a cover of Bob & Earl's "Harlem Shuffle", and wanted Bakshi to direct the music video
Lisa Fischer - Fischer maintained her career as a session singer and still continues to accompany The Rolling Stones on every one of their tours since 1989
Blondie Chaplin - Since the late 1990s and the Bridges to Babylon Tour, Chaplin has been a backing vocalist, percussionist, and occasional guitar player for The Rolling Stones
Jimmy Norman - The Rolling Stones' releases did credit Norman as lyric writer for a number of years, but eventually his name was removed; in the early 1990s, he was told by the publisher that the credit was not legally binding, as it had been a "clerical error"
Darryl Jones, former sideman of Miles Davis and Sting, was chosen by Charlie Watts as Wyman's replacement for 1994's "Voodoo Lounge"
Voodoo Lounge - "'Voodoo Lounge"' is the 20th British and 22nd American studio album by The Rolling Stones, released in July 1994
Dave McKean - In 1995 McKean wrote and illustrated a book for The Rolling Stones called "Voodoo Lounge" to tie-in with the release of their album of the same name
Phil Beer - In 1998, his album "The Works" was released, apparently recorded in 1989 during his time with The Rolling Stones
Chris Helme - In January 1999, after two years of intensive touring, including support slots to The Rolling Stones, U2 and Oasis, a press release sent to the "NME" announced the split of the Seahorses "due to John Squire's and lead singer Chris Helme's irreconcilable differences over the musical direction the band should take"
Chico Hamilton - Nigris on guitar, Paul Ramsey on bass, and a new two horn front line featuring Eric Lawrence on alto and soprano saxes and Evan Schwam on tenor sax, as well as special guest appearances from former band members Arthur Blythe, Steve Turre and his wife Akua Dixon, Eric Person, former Spin Doctors guitarist Eric Schenkman (a student of Chico's), Blues Traveler front man John_Popper (also a student of Chico's), and Charlie Watts of The Rolling Stones.
Black Ice (album) - The band took a break after finishing the Stiff Upper Lip World Tour in 2001, and resumed performing in 2003, with eight presentations that included AC/DC's induction into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame and they opened three concerts for The Rolling Stones' Licks Tour
The Royal Tenenbaums - The first, released in 2001, was well-received by most critics, though some songs were omitted; notably, Paul Simon's "Me and Julio Down by the Schoolyard", Van Morrison's "Everyone", John Lennon's "Look at Me", Nick Drake's "Fly", The Mutato Muzika Orchestra version of The Beatles' "Hey Jude" and two tracks by The Rolling Stones
The Royal Tenenbaums - In 2002, the soundtrack was re-released with three songs not found on the 2001 release, but the two songs by The Rolling Stones were not included, because, while the band allow their music to be used in films, they rarely allow the songs to appear on soundtracks
The Carbon Neutral Company - Other notable customers and supporters were Al Gore, The Rolling Stones, who went for the first CarbonNeutral rock tour around the U.S. in 2003, Pink Floyd, Foo Fighters, Dido, Orlando Bloom, Brad Pitt and Leonardo DiCaprio, who became the first CarbonNeutral citizen in 2003
Susan Tedeschi - She opened for The Rolling Stones in 2003 and played in huge venues, gaining national exposure
John Mayer - In October 2005, the Trio opened for The Rolling Stones during a sold-out club tour of their own, and that November, released a live album called Try/ The band took a break in mid-2006.
Chuck Leavell - He continued to go on tour with The Rolling Stones, as of 2006, as part of their record-grossing A Bigger Bang Tour
The B-52's - In March 2006 they opened for The Rolling Stones at a benefit for the Robin Hood Foundation
Chuck Leavell - In an April 2007 radio interview on WOR-AM, Leavell said his three favorite contributions to songs in his career were "Jessica" with The Allman Brothers Band, "Old Love" on Eric Clapton's "Unplugged", Out of Tears on The Rolling Stones' "Voodoo Lounge", and "Drops of Jupiter" by Train
Polydor Records - In 2008, Polydor obtained distribution of The Rolling Stones' back catalogue as well as new releases
EMI - At the same time, The Rolling Stones signed a one-album deal with Interscope Records/Universal Music Group outside of its contract with EMI, which expired on February 2008, and in July 2008 signed a new long term deal with Universal Music Group
Alastair Stewart - Stewart is a fan of the band The Rolling Stones, winning the 29 December 2009 edition of "Celebrity Mastermind" with them as his specialist subject
Tegan and Sara - In 2012, Tegan and Sara covered The Rolling Stones' "Fool to Cry" for the HBO show "Girls Soundtrack Vol. 1"
Mose Allison - His music has influenced many blues and rock artists, including Jimi Hendrix, The Rolling Stones, Tom Waits, The Yardbirds, John Mayall, J. J. Cale, The Who , and Georgie Fame, who described him, at a concert at the Rose Theatre Kingston on 24 May 2013 as "more important than Bob Dylan"
Tom Odell - He was due to support The Rolling Stones at London's Hyde Park on 13 July 2013, but was unable to perform because of illness
In 2014 the band is embarking on the "14 ON FIRE" tour spanning most of Asia
In 2015, it was announced that the Rolling Stones will be going on tour in Latin America in 2016 for the first time in over a decade
Don Was - He produced The Rolling Stones 2018 album "Blue and Lonesome," which won the Grammy for Best Traditional Blues album
Liam Gallagher - In April 2018, it was confirmed that Gallagher would support The Rolling Stones at The London Stadium on 22 May 2018
Paul Arthurs - On 22 May 2018, Arthurs performed with Gallagher at the London Stadium as part of Gallagher's support slot for The Rolling Stones