The Rolling Stones

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The Rolling Stones

English rock band formed in London in 1962 add

Category: Music

Founded in 1975.

Countries: United States (38%), United Kingdom (27%), (8%)

Main connections: Mick Jagger, Ronnie Wood, The Beatles

Linked to: Decca Records, Interscope Records, London Records, News of the World

 

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1975

The 1975 Tour of the Americas kicked off in New York City with the band performing on a flatbed trailer being pulled down Broadway add something

 

Wood committed to the Rolling Stones in 1975 for their upcoming Tour of the Americas add something


1976

Ollie E. Brown - By 1976 he had already performed as a drummer or percussionist on a dozens of albums, including "I Can Stand a Little Rain" by Joe Cocker, "1990" and "A Song for You" by The Temptations, "It's My Pleasure" by Billy Preston, and "Black and Blue" by The Rolling Stones

 

Gary Wilson (musician) - Gary Wilson went to Albert Grossman's Bearsville Studios in Woodstock, New York in 1976, a well-known recording studio that has played host to sessions by Bob Dylan, R.E.M., Patti Smith, The Rolling Stones and many other notable acts


1977

His marriage to Bianca Jagger ended in 1977, although they had long been estranged add something

 

On 24 February 1977, when Richards and his family flew in from London, they were temporarily detained by Canada Customs after Richards was found in possession of a burnt spoon and hash residue add something


1978

Following the US Tour 1978, the band guested on the first show of the fourth season of the TV series "Saturday Night Live" add something

 

This changed in 1978, after the band released "Some Girls" , which included the hit single "Miss You", the country ballad "Far Away Eyes", "Beast of Burden", and "Shattered" add something

 

This live performance was recorded during one show in Ft. Worth, Texas in support of their US Tour 1978 and their album "Some Girls" add something


1979

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


1980

Max Romeo - In 1980 he appeared as a backing vocalist on "Dance" on The Rolling Stones album Emotional Rescue.


1981

Also in 1981, they played a concert at Chicago's Checkerboard Lounge with Muddy Waters, in what would be one of his last public appearances before his death in 1983 add something

 

In early 1981, the group reconvened and decided to tour the US that year, leaving little time to write and record a new album, as well as rehearse for the tour add something

 

The Stones' American Tour 1981 was their biggest, longest and most colourful production to date, with the band playing from 25 September through 19 December add something

 

The tour was similar to their 1981 American tour add something

 

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".

 

Chuck Leavell - Leavell's first ecounters with The Rolling Stones where auditions on Long View Farm for the spot of piano player alongside Ian Stewart for the Rolling Stones 1981 United States tour

 

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"


1982

Some shows were recorded, resulting in the 1982 live album "Still Life " , and the 1983 Hal Ashby concert film "Let's Spend the Night Together", which was filmed at Sun Devil Stadium in Tempe, Arizona and the Brendan Byrne Arena in the Meadowlands, New Jersey add something

 

The European Tour 1982 was their first European tour in six years add something

 

The Rolling Stones scored one more Top 20 hit on the Billboard Hot 100 in 1982, the No.20 hit "Hang Fire" add something

 

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


1983

Before leaving Atlantic, the Rolling Stones released "Undercover" in late 1983 add something

 

Mandy Smith - In 1983, at age 13 she started dating 50-year-old Rolling Stones bassist Bill Wyman, with the consent of her mother


1984

Much to the consternation of Richards, Jagger had signed a solo deal with CBS Records, and he spent much of 1984 writing songs for this first solo effort add something

 

Anita Morris - In 1984, Morris appeared in The Rolling Stones' music video "She Was Hot"


1985

Jagger's solo records, "She's The Boss" and "Primitive Cool" , met with moderate success, and in 1988, with the Rolling Stones inactive, Richards released his first solo album, "Talk Is Cheap" add something

 

Stewart stayed on as road manager playing piano on many studio tracks and on stage until his death in 1985 add something

 

Julien Temple - By 1985, Temple was now well known for being a director of successful music videos by the Kinks, The Rolling Stones, David Bowie and other British artists, several of which were early, groundbreaking, videos for the new MTV channel, but he was yet to direct a major film

 

Jimmy Norman - He wrote the expanded lyrics of the song "Time Is on My Side", which became a hit for The Rolling Stones,and later in 1985 re recorded and produced by Stephen Vanderbilt featuring "St. Tropez" as the A side of a 45 released on the album "Home" throughout Europe

 

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

 

Anita Pallenberg - In a 1985 "Rolling Stone" interview, Mick Jagger claimed that Pallenberg "nearly killed me", when he was asked whether the Rolling Stones had any responsibility for the personal drug addictions of people close to the band

 

This was one of Jagger's first solo performances, and the song reached No 1 in the UK, and No 7 in the US. In December 1985, the band's co-founder, pianist, road manager and long-time friend Ian Stewart died of a heart attack add something


1986

Jumpin' Jack Flash - The soundtrack of the movie includes two versions of the song: the original by The Rolling Stones, and a remake by Aretha Franklin in 1986

 

The Rolling Stones played a private tribute concert for him at London's 100 Club in February 1986, with special guest Renee Beeka a close friend of Jaggers two days before they were presented with a Grammy Lifetime Achievement Award add something

 

"Dirty Work" was released in March 1986 to mixed reviews despite the presence of the US Top Five hit "Harlem Shuffle" add something


1989

In early 1989, the Rolling Stones, including Mick Taylor, Ronnie Wood and Ian Stewart , were inducted into the American Rock and Roll Hall of Fame add something

 

The Rock and Roll Hall of Fame inducted the Rolling Stones in 1989 add something

 

The album included "Continental Drift", which the Rolling Stones recorded in Tangier, Morocco in 1989 with The Master Musicians of Jajouka led by Bachir Attar, coordinated by Tony King and Cherie Nutting add something

 

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

 

Lisa Fischer - She has been back-up singer for a number of famous artists, including Luther Vandross and Tina Turner, and has toured with The Rolling Stones since 1989, where her popularity with the fans has brought her to routinely duet with Mick Jagger on several songs when performing onstage


1990

The Rolling Stones ended the 1990s with the album "Bridges to Babylon" , released in 1997 to mixed reviews add something

 

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"


1991

Recordings from the Steel Wheels/Urban Jungle tours produced the 1991 concert album "Flashpoint" , which included two studio tracks recorded in 1991: the single "Highwire" and "Sex Drive" add something

 

The tour produced the IMAX concert film "Live at the Max" released in 1991 add something


1992

Charlie Watts released two jazz albums; Ronnie Wood recorded his fifth solo album, the first in 11 years, called "Slide On This"; Keith Richards released his second solo album in late 1992, "Main Offender" , and did a small tour including big concerts in Spain and Argentina add something


1993

By 1993 the Rolling Stones set upon their next studio album add something

 

Since Wyman left in 1993, the full band members have been Jagger, Richards, Watts and guitarist Ronnie Wood who joined in 1975, replacing Mick Taylor add something

 

Darryl Jones - Jones has performed and recorded with The Rolling Stones since founding bassist Bill Wyman's retirement in 1993

 

Darryl Jones - Most recently, he has been best known in his role as primary bassist for The Rolling Stones since Bill Wyman's departure in 1993

 

These were the last Rolling Stones tours for Bill Wyman, who left the band after years of deliberation, although his retirement was not made official until January 1993 add something


1994

Darryl Jones, former sideman of Miles Davis and Sting, was chosen by Charlie Watts as Wyman's replacement for 1994's "Voodoo Lounge" add something

 

To Bring You My Love - Harvey made only one public appearance in 1994, performing The Rolling Stones' " Satisfaction" with Björk at the annual BRIT *awards

 

Mort Todd - In 1994, Todd launched a line of music comics called Marvel Music at Marvel Comics, working with such artists as Kiss, Rob Zombie, The Rolling Stones, KRS-One, and the estates of Elvis Presley and Bob Marley

 

Voodoo Lounge - "'Voodoo Lounge"' is the 20th British and 22nd American studio album by The Rolling Stones, released in July 1994

 

Voodoo Lounge - After a period of recording in Los Angeles in the first few months of 1994, "Voodoo Lounge" was complete and The Rolling Stones moved onto the rehearsals for the Voodoo Lounge Tour which would begin in August 1994

 

On 8 September 1994, the Rolling Stones performed "Love Is Strong" and "Start Me Up" at the 1994 MTV Video Music Awards at Radio City Music Hall in New York add something

 

The Rolling Stones were the first major recording artists to broadcast a concert over the Internet; a 20-minute video was broadcast on 18 November 1994 using the Mbone at 10 frames per second add something

 

"The New York Times", 22 November 1994 add something


1995

It would go on to win the 1995 Grammy Award for Best Rock Album add something

 

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


1996

The footage was shelved for twenty-eight years but was finally released officially in 1996 add something


1998

Chris Potter (record producer) - He has worked with many artists of note including The Rolling Stones and U2 and won a Brit Award for 'Best Producer' in 1998 for his work on The Verve's multi-million selling "Urban Hymns"

 

Phil Beer - In 1998, his album "The Works" was released, apparently recorded in 1989 during his time with The Rolling Stones

 

Townes Van Zandt - Van Zandt's "Roadsongs" album version of The Rolling Stones' "Dead Flowers" was used during the final scene of the Coen Brothers' 1998 film, "The Big Lebowski"


1999

In 1999, the Rolling Stones staged the No Security Tour in the US and continued the Bridges to Babylon tour in Europe add something

 

Honey Craven - Craven was inducted into the Madison Square Garden Hall of Fame in 1999, having his name etched in the rafters along with other "Garden Greats" from Buffalo Bill to Muhammad Ali to The Rolling Stones

 

Damon Hill - Hill formed his own band, The Conrods, which was active between 1999 and 2003 and played cover versions of well known songs from The Rolling Stones, The Beatles and The Kinks

 

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"


2001

In late 2001, Mick Jagger released his fourth solo album, "Goddess in the Doorway" which met with mixed reviews add something

 

Johnnie Johnson (musician) - In 2001, he was inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame after a campaign by businessman George Turek, author Travis Fitzpatrick and Rolling Stones' guitarist, Keith Richards

 

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


2002

In 2002, the band released "Forty Licks" , a greatest hits double album, to mark their forty years as a band add something

 

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

 

Lonnie Donegan - Lonnie Donegan died in 2002, aged 71, after suffering a heart attack in Market Deeping mid-way through a UK tour and shortly before he was due to perform at a memorial concert for George Harrison with The Rolling Stones

 

Nicke Andersson - The band continued to release albums and tour extensively in Scandinavia, Europe and other parts of the world as well as opening up for The Rolling Stones on two shows in 2002


2003

According to Jagger in 2003, "We weren't actually following James Brown because there was considerable time between the filming of each section add something

 

Richards said in 2003, "When we got busted at Redlands, it suddenly made us realise that this was a whole different ball game and that was when the fun stopped add something

 

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

 

In November 2003, the band exclusively licensed the right to sell their new four-DVD boxed set, "Four Flicks", recorded on the band's most recent world tour, to the US Best Buy chain of stores add something

 

On 9 November 2003, the band played their first concert in Hong Kong as part of the Harbour Fest celebration, in support of the SARS-affected economy add something


2004

John Kerry - According to an interview he gave to "Rolling Stone" magazine in 2004, Kerry's favorite album is "Abbey Road" and he is a fan of The Beatles and The Rolling Stones, as well as of Jimi Hendrix and Jimmy Buffett

 

Eurythmics - Stewart collaborated with The Rolling Stones vocalist Mick Jagger on the soundtrack to the movie "Alfie", released in 2004, including the critically acclaimed "Old Habits Die Hard", which won a Golden Globe Award for Best Original Song from a Motion Picture

 

In 2004, a double live album of the Licks Tour, "Live Licks" , was released, going gold in the US. In November 2004, the Rolling Stones were among the inaugural inductees into the UK Music Hall of Fame add something


2005

The Rolling Stones - Off The Record by Mark Paytress, Omnibus Press, 2005, page 239 add something

 

Super Bowl - Paul McCartney played Super Bowl XXXIX in 2005, The Rolling Stones played Super Bowl XL in 2006, and The Who played Super Bowl XLIV in 2010

 

On 26 July 2005, Jagger's birthday, the band announced the name of their new album, "A Bigger Bang" , their first album in almost eight years add something

 

The subsequent A Bigger Bang Tour began in August 2005, and visited North America, South America and East Asia add something

 

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.

 

Metallica - However, for two shows on November 13, 2005, and November 15, 2005, Metallica opened for The Rolling Stones at AT&T Park in San Francisco


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

 

Ian McLagan - Ian McLagan & The Bump Band played at the 2006 Austin City Limits Music Festival, and opened for The Rolling Stones in Austin, Texas in 2006

 

Let There Be Rock - In 2006, AC/DC biographer Murray Engleheart wrote that "Let There Be Rock" "elevated AC/DC to the status of an album band, something that had previously been the exclusive domain of the likes of The Rolling Stones, &The_Who and Led Zeppelin

 

In February 2006, the group played the half-time show of Super Bowl XL in Detroit, Michigan add something

 

On 18 February 2006 the band played a free concert with a claimed 1,5 million attendance at the Copacabana beach in Rio de Janeiro add something

 

The B-52's - In March 2006 they opened for The Rolling Stones at a benefit for the Robin Hood Foundation

 

After performances in Japan, China, Australia and New Zealand in March/April 2006, the Rolling Stones tour took a scheduled break before proceeding to Europe; during this break Keith Richards was hospitalised in New Zealand for cranial surgery after a fall from a tree on Fiji, where he had been on holiday add something

 

In June 2006 it was reported that Ronnie Wood was continuing his programme of rehabilitation for alcohol abuse, but this did not affect the rearranged European tour schedule add something

 

The Rolling Stones returned to North America for concerts in September 2006, and returned to Europe on 5 June 2007 add something

 

Martin Scorsese filmed on 29 October and 1 November 2006 the Rolling Stones performances at New York City's Beacon Theatre which was released as the 2008 film "Shine a Light"; the film features guest appearances by Buddy Guy, Jack White and Christina Aguilera add something


2007

In a 2007 interview with Mick Jagger after nearly two years of touring, Jagger refused to say when the band is going to retire: "I'm sure the Rolling Stones will do more things, more records and more tours, we've got no plans to stop any of that, really add something

 

Jeffrey Robinson - In 2007, Robinson co-authored Ronnie Wood's autobiography, documenting Wood's years as a rock star and member of the most famous band in the world, The Rolling Stones

 

On 24 March 2007, the band announced a tour of Europe called the "Bigger Bang 2007" tour add something

 

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

 

On 10 June 2007, the band performed their first gig at a festival in 30 years, at the Isle of Wight Festival, to a crowd of 65,000 add something

 

Rosie Huntington-Whiteley - According to The Daily Mail, Huntington-Whiteley dated Tyrone Wood, the youngest son of Rolling Stone Ronnie Wood, from August 2007 until October 2009

 

On 26 August 2007, they played their last concert of the A Bigger Bang Tour at the O2 Arena in London, England add something

 

Mick Jagger released a compilation of his solo work called "The Very Best of Mick Jagger" , including three unreleased songs, on 2 October 2007 add something


2008

Christina Aguilera - In 2008, Aguilera appeared in the Martin Scorsese documentary Shine a Light which chronicles a two day Rolling Stones concert in New York City's Beacon Theatre.

 

Polydor Records - In 2008, Polydor obtained distribution of The Rolling Stones' back catalogue as well as new releases

 

Shine a Light (film) - "'Shine a Light"' is a 2008 documentary film directed by Martin Scorsese documenting The Rolling Stones' 2006 Beacon Theatre performance on their A Bigger Bang Tour

 

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

 

In March 2008 Keith Richards sparked rumours that a new Rolling Stones studio album may be forthcoming, saying during an interview following the premiere of "Shine a Light", "I think we might make another album add something

 

In July 2008 it was announced that the Rolling Stones were leaving EMI and signing with Vivendi's Universal Music, taking with them their catalogue stretching back to "Sticky Fingers" add something


2009

Robert Forster (musician) - In 2009 he collated some of his critiques, written from 2005 to 2009, on international artists The Rolling Stones, Nana Mouskouri, Neil Diamond and Cat Power as well as Australian acts Nick Cave and the Bad Seeds, Mark Seymour and Paul Kelly

 

All Along the Watchtower - In 2009, the band was joined by Ronnie Wood of The Rolling Stones to perform the song at the Shepherds Bush Empire in London, England

 

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


2010

The track, part of the group's 2010 re-issue of "Exile on Main St.", was combined with "All Down the Line" as its B-side add something

 

Dressmann - In 2010 it started a one year collaboration with the rock band The Rolling Stones

 

Ana Free - Some of her most popular songs, with over a million views each, include covers of Nickelback's "Savin' Me", The Rolling Stones hit "Angie", and Shakira's 2010 World Cup theme "Waka Waka "

 

On 17 April 2010, the band released a limited edition 7-inch vinyl single of the previously unreleased track "Plundered My Soul" in honour of Record Store Day add something

 

On 23 May 2010, the re-issue of "Exile on Main St." stormed at No. 1 in the UK charts, almost 38 years to the week after it first occupied that position add something


2011

On 21 November 2011, the Stones reissued their 1978 album "Some Girls" as a 2 CD deluxe edition with a second CD of twelve previously unreleased tracks from the sessions for "Some Girls", like the 2010 reissue of "Exile On Main St.", with mostly newly-recorded vocals from Mick Jagger add something

 

A video for "No Spare Parts" was produced and was later released on 19 December 2011 add something


2012

In 2012 the band celebrated their 50th anniversary add something

 

The Rolling Stones celebrated their 50th anniversary in the summer of 2012, and released a large hardback book, entitled "50", in commemoration of the event add something

 

Tegan and Sara - In 2012, Tegan and Sara covered The Rolling Stones' "Fool to Cry" for the HBO show "Girls Soundtrack Vol. 1"

 

The project was announced in the March 2012 issue of "Rolling Stone" magazine add something

 

An HBO documentary directed by Brett Morgen capturing fifty years of the Stones was released in September 2012 add something

 

On 24 October 2012, the Stones announced, via their latest "Rolling Stone" magazine interview, that Bill Wyman, Dave Navarro and Mick Taylor would join them on stage at the upcoming shows in London and Newark but would strictly be guests, and Darryl Jones would continue to supply the bass for the majority of the show add something

 

It was released in cinemas worldwide in November 2012 add something

 

On 8 November 2012, the Stones released another new song on their official YouTube channel, "One More Shot" add something

 

On Sunday 25 November 2012, the Stones played the first of their five 50th anniversary concerts, at London's O2 Arena add something

 

Gary Clark, Jr. - On December 8, 2012, Clark appeared at The Rolling Stones' first US-gig of their 50th anniversary tour at the Barclay's Center in Brooklyn, NY to perform the Don Nix song "Going Down" with the band

 

Multishow - A high-definition simulcast was launched on December 15, 2012, at 11:59 pm Brazilian Summer Time , with a live telecast of a Rolling Stones concert at the Prudential Center

 

Don Nix - On December 15, 2012 The Rolling Stones performed "Goin' Down" with John Mayer and Gary Clark, Jr. live on Pay-Per-View television as part of the Stones 50th Anniversary Tour


2013

On 10 January 2013, the Stones were nominated for the Brit Award for Best Live Act at the 2013 BRIT Awards add something

 

On Richard Bacon's BBC Radio 5 Live show on 3 April 2013 it was announced that the Stones would hold a concert in Hyde Park as part of their 50th anniversary celebrations, although unlike their 1969 performance in the park it would not be free, tickets being £95 each add something

 

Keith Richards announced 9 April 2013 on "Late Night with Jimmy Fallon" that Mick Taylor would be performing with the band for shows on the 50 & Counting Tour add something

 

Tom Waits - On May 5, 2013, Waits joined The Rolling Stones on stage at the Oracle Arena in Oakland, California to duet with Mick Jagger on the song "Little Red Rooster"

 

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"

 

Brad Paisley - On June 12, 2013, Paisley announced on his Twitter page that he would join The Rolling Stones onstage during the band's concert in Philadelphia

 

The Rolling Stones made their Glastonbury debut, headlining on Saturday 29 June 2013 add something

 

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


2014

In 2014 the band is embarking on the "14 ON FIRE" tour spanning most of Asia add something

 

In February 2014, the band has embarked on the "14 On Fire" tour spanning Middle East, Asia, Oceania and Europe due to last until Summer 2014 add something

 

On 17 March 2014, the sudden tragic death in New York City of L'Wren Scott, the longtime girlfriend/collaborator of Jagger, was reported by various news sources as the Rolling Stones were in Australia preparing for their shows there add something

 

On 15 April 2014, The Stones announced that they had rescheduled their Australian tour to start at new revamped Adelaide Oval on 25 October add something

 

Angelique Kidjo - On May 29, 2014, Kidjo sang with Brazilian singer Lenine and Portuguese guitar player Rui Veloso for the opening concert of The Rolling Stones at Rock In Rio Lisboa

 

On 4 June 2014, the Rolling Stones performed for the first time in Israel with the "Haaretz" newspaper going as far as describing the concert as being "Historic with a capital H" add something


2015

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 add something

 

In early November 2015, it was announced that the Rolling Stones would be going on tour in Latin America in 2016 for the first time in over a decade, the name of this 12-date stadium tour being "América Latina Olé Tour 2016" add something


2016

The tour is due to begin on 3 February 2016 in Santiago and make stops in La Plata, Montevideo, Rio de Janeiro, São Paulo, Porto Alegre, Lima, Bogotá before to end in Mexico City on 14 March 2016 add something

 

Coachella Valley Music and Arts Festival - In April 2016, Goldenvoice announced plans for a three-night event at the Empire Polo Club on October 7-9 featuring Bob Dylan, Paul McCartney, The Rolling Stones, &The_Who, Neil Young, and Roger Waters

 

On 3 June 2016, The Rolling Stones released, "Totally Stripped", an expanded and reconceived edition of "Stripped", available in multiple formats add something

 

On 28 July 2016, The Rolling Stones announced that their historic concert on 25 March 2016 in Cuba had been commemorated in the forthcoming film "Havana Moon", due to be premiered in 23 September 2016 for one night only in more than a thousand theatres worldwide add something

 

On 12 December 2016, it was announced the first Rolling Stones concert date scheduled for 2017 and a possible France concert tour in 2017 add something


2017

It was a commercial success upon release, having sold over 1,600,000 units worldwide as of January 31 2017 add something

 

It was a commercial success upon release, having sold over 1,600,000 units worldwide as of January 31, 2017 add something

 

It was a commercial success upon release, having sold over 1,860,000 units worldwide as of May 31, 2017 add something

 

On 24 July 2017, it was reported that the Rolling Stones were getting ready to record their first album of original material in more than a decade add something

 

In early October 2017, the Rolling Stones announced the forthcoming release on 1st December 2017 of "On Air", a collection of 18 recordings the band performed on the BBC between October 1963 and September 1965 add something

 

In early October 2017, the Rolling Stones announced the forthcoming release on 1 December 2017 of "On Air", a collection of 18 recordings the band performed on the BBC between October 1963 and September 1965 add something


2018

Don Was - He produced The Rolling Stones 2018 album "Blue and Lonesome," which won the Grammy for Best Traditional Blues album

 

In February 2018, the Rolling Stones announced their first UK tour since 2006, with performances scheduled for May and June add something

 

Lisa Fischer - Gimme Shelter - Fischer and Grand Baton partnered with The Seattle Symphony for a new musical program entitled "Just A Kiss Away" in February 2018 in which rock music anthems such as The Rolling Stones' "Gimme Shelter" were recreated orchestrally

 

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

 

The tour's last concert was on 8 July 2018 in Warsaw, Poland add something

 

In November 2018, Rolling Stones announced plans to bring the No Filter Tour to U.S. stadiums in 2019, with 13 shows set to run from April to June add something


2019

Jagger is expected to make a full recovery and return to touring on summer 2019 add something

 

In March 2019, it was announced that Mick Jagger would be undergoing heart valve replacement surgery, forcing The Rolling Stones to postpone the 17-date North American leg of their No Filter Tour add something

 

Mick Jagger - In March 2019, a Rolling Stones tour of the U.S. and Canada, due to take place from April to June, had to be postponed as Jagger was to receive medical treatment for a undisclosed condition, which is now said to involve a bypass heart valve replacement procedure

 

On 2 April 2019, it was revealed that Mick Jagger would undergo surgery to replace a valve in his heart add something

 

On 4 April 2019, it was announced that Jagger had completed his heart valve procedure in New York, was recovering after a successful operation on his heart, was in great health, was getting some rest and could be released in the following few days add something

 

The procedure would take place on 5 April 2019 in New York add something