1963

Note: According to different sources the Stones had a repertoire of about 80 songs at
this time (1962/63). Apart from the played and recorded songs listed in the entries - 
substantiated are:
- Ain’t That Loving You Baby/Baby What You Want Me To Do/Boogie In The Dark/
     Going To New York/The Moon Is Rising/Shame, Shame, Shame/The Sun Is Shining/
     You Got Me Dizzy (all: Jimmy Reed)
- Blueberry Hill (Al Lewis/Larry Stock/Vincent Rose)
- Bo Diddley/Bring It To Jerome/Crackin’ Up/Crawdad/Hey Bo Diddley/I’m Alright/Nursery
     Rhyme (all: Ellas McDaniel)
- Brown-Eyed Handsome Man/Childhood Sweetheart/Don’t Lie To Me/Jaguar And
     Thunderbird/Johnny B. Goode/Little Queenie/No Money Down/Our Little
     Rendezvous/Sweet Little Sixteen (all: Chuck Berry)-
- Buzz Me Babe (James Moore/Jerry West)
- Close To You/Down In The Bottom/Hoochie Coochie Man/Let Me Love You/My Baby/
     Tiger In Your Tank (all: Willie Dixon)
- Cops And Robbers (Kent L. Harris)
- Crawling King Snake/Dimples/I’m Mad (all: John Lee Hooker)
- Got My Mojo Working (Preston Foster)
- Honey Bee/I Got My Brand On You/Still A Fool (all: McKinley Morganfield)
- I Can Tell (Samuel Smith)
- If You Need Me (Wilson Pickett/Robert Bateman)
- I Got To Find My Baby (Little Walter Jacobs)
- I’m Comin’ Home (Eddie Boyd)
- I Want You To Know (Antoine Domino)
- Little Egypt/Love Potion #9 (both: Jerry Leiber/Mike Stoller)
- Smokestack Lightnin’ (Chester Burnett)
- Susie Q (Dale Hawkins/Stanley J. Lewis)
- Walking The Dog (Rufus Thomas)
- You Can Make It If You Try (Ted Jarrett)

630103A  3rd January: London, Marquee International Jazz Club (without BW & CW)
                    Note: No bass-player.

630104A  4th January: Sutton, Red Lion Pub -(without BW & CW)-
                   Note: With Colin Golding on bass.

630105A  5th January: Richmond, Sandover Hall (without BW & CW)
                   Note: With Ricky Fenson on bass.

630107A  7th January: London, Flamingo Jazz Club (without BW & CW)
                    Note: No bass-player.

630108A  8th January: London, Ealing Jazz Club

630110A  10th January: London, Marquee International Jazz Club (without CW)-

630111A  11th January: Windsor, Ricky Tick Club, Star And Garter Pub (without CW)
                   Note: Last gig with Tony Chapman on drums

630112A  12th January: London, Ealing Jazz Club -
                    Note: First gig with BW and CW.

630114A  14th January: London, Flamingo Jazz Club- (without BW & CW)
                    Note: With Ricky Fenson on bass and Carlo Little on drums.

630115A  15th January: London, Ealing Jazz Club

630117A  17th January: London, Marquee International Jazz Club

630118A  18th January: Sutton, Red Lion Pub (without BW) -
                    Note: With Colin Golding on bass.

630119A  19th January: Richmond, Sandover Hall (without BW & CW)
                    Note: With Ricky Fenson on bass and Carlo Little on drums.

630121A  21st January: London, Flamingo Jazz Club (without BW & CW)
                   Note: With Ricky Fenson on bass and Carlo Little on drums.

630122A  22nd January: London, Ealing Jazz Club
630123A  23th January: Sutton, Red Lion Pub

630124A  24th January: London, Marquee International Jazz Club

630126A  26th January: London, Ealing Jazz Club
                   Note: With Ricky Fenson on bass and Carlo Little on drums.

630128A  28th January: London, Flamingo Jazz Club
630131A  31st January: London, Marquee International Jazz Club
630201A  1st February: Windsor, Ricky Tick Club, Star And Garter Pub
630202A  2nd February: London, Ealing Jazz Club
630205A  5th February: London, Ealing Jazz Club
630206A  6th February: Sutton, Red Lion Pub
630207A  7th February: London, Harringay Jazz Club, Manor House Pub
630208A  8th February: Windsor, Ricky Tick Club, Star And Garter Pub
630209A  9th February: London, Ealing Jazz Club
630212A  12th February: London, Ealing Jazz Club
630214A  14th February: London, Harringay Jazz Club, Manor House Pub
630215A  15th February: Sutton, Red Lion Pub
630216A  16th February: London, Ealing Jazz Club
630219A  19th February: London, Ealing Jazz Club
630220A  20th February: Sutton, Red Lion Pub
630221A  21st February: London, Harringay Jazz Club, Manor House Pub
630222A  22nd February: Windsor, Ricky Tick Club, Star And Garter Pub
630223A  23rd February: London, Ealing Jazz Club
630224A  24th February: Richmond, Station Hotel
630228A  28th February: London, Harringay Jazz Club, Manor House Pub
630302A  2nd March: London, Ealing Jazz Club
630303A  3rd March: London, Ken Colyer Jazz Club, Studio 51
630303B  3rd March: Richmond, Station Hotel
630306A  6th March: Sutton, Red Lion Pub
630307A  7th March: London, Harringay Jazz Club, Manor House Pub
630308A  8th March: Windsor, Ricky Tick Club, Star And Garter
630309A  9th March: Guildford, Wooden Bridge Hotel
630310A 10th March: London, Ken Colyer Jazz Club, Studio 51
630310B 10th March: Richmond, Station Hotel

630311A  11th March: London, IBC Studios, Portland Place. Producer and sound
                    engineer: Glyn Johns.
                    - Baby What's Wrong  (Jimmy Reed/Mary Lee Reed)
                    - Bright Lights, Big City (Jimmy Reed/Mary Lee Reed)
                    - Diddley Daddy (Ellas McDaniel/Harvey Fuqua)
                    - I Want To Be Loved  I (Willie Dixon) -early take with "you kiss me honey"-line
                    - Road Runner (Ellas McDaniel)
                    Note: STU plays piano on all tracks.
                              Officially released in November 2012 (see 121109A).

630314A  14th March: London, Harringay Jazz Club, Manor House Pub
630317A  17th March: London: Ken Colyer Jazz Club, Studio 51
630317B  17th March: Richmond, Station Hotel
630320A  20th March: Sutton, Red Lion Club
630322A  22nd March: Windsor, Ricky Tick Club, Star And Garter Pub
630324A  24th March: London, Ken Colyer Jazz Club, Studio 51
630324B  24th March: Richmond, Station Hotel
630329A  29th March: Windsor, Ricky Tick Club, Star And Garter Pub
630330A  30th March: Guildford, Wooden Bridge Hotel
630331A  31st March: London, Ken Colyer Jazz Club, Studio 51
630331B  31st March: Richmond, Station Hotel
630403A  3rd April: Sutton, Red Lion Pub 
630407A  7th April: London, Ken Colyer Jazz Club, Studio 51
630407B  7th April: Richmond, Station Hotel
630414A  14th April: London, Ken Colyer Jazz Club, Studio 51
630414B  14th April: Richmond, Crawdaddy Club, Station Hotel
630419A  19th April: Guildford, Wooden Bridge Hotel

630420A  20th April: Morden, R.G. Jones Studios.
                   Producer: Giorgio Gomelsky. Sound engineer: Ronald Godfrey Jones Jr..
                   - I'm Allright (Ellas McDaniel) -unconfirmed
                   - Pretty Thing I (Willie Dixon) -unverified
                  Note: Recording of a soundtrack for the unreleased Giorgio Gomelsky-
                            film about the London Rhythm & Blues-scene.

630421A  21st April: Richmond, Crawdaddy Club, Station Hotel
                    - I'm Allright (Ellas McDaniel)
                    - Pretty Thing (Willie Dixon)
                    Note: Shooting of the unreleased and unverified Giorgio Gomelsky-film about
                               the London Rhythm & Blues-scene.

630423A  23rd April: London, BBC Studios, Maida Vale, audition for BBC radio.
                    - I’m A Hog For You Baby (Jerry Leiber/Mike Stoller) -unverified
                    - I’m Moving On (Hank Snow) -unverified
                    + maybe more
                    Note: With Ricky Fenson (bass) and Carlo Little (dr) substituting for BW &
                              CW. By the way, the Stones did not pass the audition!

630424A  24th April: Twickenham, Eel Pie Island
630426A  26th April: Windsor, Ricky Tick Club, Star And Garter Pub
630428A  28th April: London, Ken Colyer Jazz Club, Studio 51
630428B  28th April: Richmond, Crawdaddy Club, Station Hotel
630501A  1st May: Twickenham, Eel Pie Island
630503A  3rd May: Windsor, Ricky Tick Club, Star And Garter Pub

630504A  4th May: London, Battersea Park, Pleasure Gardens, 'Battersea Funfair'
                   Note: Charity concert organised by 'News Of The World'-newspaper.
                              Partly circulating on (silent) private film.

630505A  5th May: London, Ken Colyer Jazz Club, Studio 51
630505B  5th May: Richmond: Crawdaddy Club, Station Hotel
630507A  7th May: London, Wetherby Arms Pub. Rehearsals.
630508A  8th May: Twickenham, Eel Pie Island

630510A 10th May: London, Olympic Sound Studios. Producers: Andrew Oldham
                   and (sound engineer) Roger Savage.
                   - Come On I (Chuck Berry) -7“-version
                   - I Want To Be Loved  II (Willie Dixon) -7“-version
                   - Love Potion #9 (Jerry Leiber/Mike Stoller) -unverified
                   - Pretty Thing  II (Willie Dixon) -unconfirmed

630512A  12th May: London, Ken Colyer Jazz Club, Studio 51
630512B  12th May: Richmond, Crawdaddy Club, Station Hotel
630515A  15th May: Twickenham, Eel Pie Island

630516A 16th May: London, Decca Studios, West Hampstead. Producer:
                   Michael Barclay. Sound engineer: Gus Dudgeon.
                   - Come On II (Chuck Berry) -unverified

630517A  17th May: Guildford, Wooden Bridge Hotel
630519A  19th May: London, Ken Colyer Jazz Club, Studio 51
630519B  19th May: Richmond, Crawdaddy Club, Station Hotel
630522A  22th May: Twickenham, Eel Pie Island
630524A  24th May: Windsor, Ricky Tick Club, Star And Garter Pub -
630526A  26th May: London, Ken Colyer Jazz Club, Studio 51
630526B  26th May: Richmond, Crawdaddy Club, Station Hotel
630529A  29th May: Twickenham, Eel Pie Island
630531A  31st May: Windsor, Ricky Tick Club, Star And Garter Pub
630602A  2nd June: London, Ken Colyer Jazz Club, Studio 51
630602B  2nd June: Richmond, Crawdaddy Club, Station Hotel
630603A  3rd June: London, Ken Colyer Jazz Club, Studio 51
630605A  5th June: Twickenham, Eel Pie Island

630607A  7th June: THE ROLLING STONES.
                   7“ single (Decca F11675). Producer: Andrew Oldham (& Roger Savage).
                   A: Come On (Chuck Berry)
                   B: I Want To Be Loved (Willie Dixon)
                   Line-up ‘Come On’: MJ (voc)/KR (gtr)/BJ (harm, bvoc)/BW (bass, bvoc)/CW (dr)
                   Line-up: ‘I Want To Be Loved’: MJ (voc)/KR (gtr)/BJ (harm)/BW (bass)/CW (dr)

630607B  7th June: Guildford, Wooden Bridge Hotel
630609A  9th June: London, Ken Colyer Jazz Club, Studio 51
630609B  9th June: Richmond, Crawdaddy Club, Station Hotel
630610A  10th June: London, Ken Colyer Jazz Club, Studio 51
630612A 12th June: Twickenham, Eel Pie Island
630614A 14th June: Windsor, Ricky Tick Club, Star And Garter Pub
630615A 15th June: London, Ken Colyer Jazz Club, Studio 51
630616A 16th June: London, Ken Colyer Jazz Club, Studio 51
630616B  16th June: Richmond, Crawdaddy Club, Station Hotel
630619A  19th June: Twickenham, Eel Pie Island
630620A  20th June: London, Scene Club
630622A  22nd June: Guildford, Wooden Bridge Hotel
630623A  23rd June: London, Ken Colyer Jazz Club, Studio 51
630624A  24th June: London, Ken Colyer Jazz Club, Studio 51
630626A  26th June: Twickenham, Eel Pie Island
630627A  27th June: London, Scene Club-
630628A  28th June: Windsor, Ricky Tick Club, Star And Garter Pub
630630B  30th June: Richmond, Crawdaddy Club, Athletic Ground
630701A  1st July: London, Ken Colyer Jazz Club, Studio 51
630703A  3rd July: Twickenham, Eel Pie Island
630704A  4th July: London, Scene Club
630705A  5th July: Windsor, Ricky Tick Club, Star And Garter Pub

630707A  7th July: UK TV (ABC) 'Lucky Stars Summer Spin', Birmingham, Alpha Studios.
                    - Come On  (Chuck Berry) -playback
                    Note: Televised on the 13th July.

630708A  8th July: London, Ken Colyer Jazz Club, Studio 51-

630709A  9th July: London, West Hampstead, Decca Studios. Producer: Michael
                   Barclay. Sound engineer: Gus Dudgeon.
                   - Fortune Teller I (Allen Toussaint) -cancelled 7“ version, released on
                       Saturday Club-compilation (see 640125B)
                    - Fortune Teller II (Allen Toussaint) -More Hot Rocks-CD-version; without
                       repeat of last verse and without harmonica
                   - Fortune Teller III (Allen Toussaint) -unverified Got Live If You Want It-CD-basic
                       version; without harmonica and with additional percussion overdub

630710A  10th July: Twickenham, Eel Pie Island
630711A  11th July: London, Scene Club
630712A  12th July: Twickenham, Eel Pie Island, ‘Twickenham Design College Dance’
630713A  13th July: Middlesborough, Outlook Club
630714A  14th July: London, Ken Colyer Jazz Club, Studio 51

630714B  14th July: Richmond, Crawdaddy Club, Athletic Ground
630715A  15th July: London, Ken Colyer Jazz Club, Studio 51

630716A  ca. 16th July: London, West Hampstead, Decca Studios. Producer: Michael
                   Barclay. Sound engineer: Gus Dudgeon.
                   - Poison Ivy I (Jerry Leiber/Mike Stoller) -without percussion during chorus;
                       released on (digitally remastered) More Hot Rocks-version
                   - Poison Ivy II (Jerry Leiber/Mike Stoller) -cancelled 7“-version, released
                       on Saturday Club-compilation (see 640125B)
                   - What Kind Of Girl (MJ/KR) -unverified

630717A  17th July: Twickenham, Eel Pie Island
630718A  18th July: London, Wetherby Arms Pub. Rehearsals.
630720A  20th July: Wisbech, Corn Exchange
630721A  21st July: London, Ken Colyer Jazz Club, Studio 51
630721B  21st July: Richmond, Crawdaddy Club, Athletic Ground
630722A  22nd July: London, Ken Colyer Jazz Club, Studio 51
630724A  24th July: Twickenham, Eel Pie Island
630726A  26th July: Windsor, Ricky Tick Club, Star And Garter Pub
630727A  27th July: Dunstable, California Ballroom
630728A  28th July: London, Ken Colyer Jazz Club, Studio 51
630728B  28th July: Richmond, Crawdaddy Club, Athletic Ground
630729A  29th July: London, Ken Colyer Jazz Club, Studio 51
630730A  30th July: Windsor, Ricky Tick Club, Star And Garter Pub
630731A  31st July: Twickenham, Eel Pie Island
630802A  2nd August: Guildford, Wooden Bridge Hotel
630803A  3rd August: Horsham, St. Leonard’s Hall
630804A  4th August: London, Ken Colyer Jazz Club, Studio 51
630804B  4th August: Richmond, Crawdaddy Club, Athletic Ground
630805A  5th August: Hayes, Botwell House
630806A  6th August: Windsor, Ricky Tick Club, Thames Hotel
630807A  7th August: Twickenham, Eel Pie Island

630808A  8th August: London, West Hampstead, Decca Studios. Producer:
                   Andrew Oldham.
                   - Bye Bye Johnny (Chuck Berry) -EP-version
                   - I'm A Hog For You Baby (Jerry Leiber/Mike Stoller) -unverified
                   - Money I (Berry Gordy Jr./Janie Bradford) -unverified
                   - You Better Move On (Arthur Alexander) -EP-version

630808B  8th August: London, Wetherby Arms Pub. Rehearsals.
630809A  9th August: Dunstable, California Ballroom
630810A  10th August: Birmingham, Plaza Theatre Handsworth
630810B  10th August: Birmingham, Plaza Ballroom Old Hill, ‘First Birthday Party Dance’
630811A  11th August: London, Ken Colyer Jazz Club, Studio 51
630811B  11th August: Richmond, Athletic Association Ground, '3rd National Jazz
                    Festival'
630812A  12th August: London, Ken Colyer Jazz Club, Studio 51
630813A  13th August: High Wycombe, Town Hall
630814A  14th August: Twickenham, Eel Pie Island
630815A  15th August: Margate, Dreamland Ballroom

630816A  16th August: GEORGIE FAME AND THE BLUE FLAMES. Banbury, England,
                   The Gaff. With special guest MJ (voc) on
                    - Whole Lotta Shakin' Goin' On (Sonny David/Dave Williams) -unverified
                    Line-up: MJ (voc)/Georgie Fame (keyb)/Rod Slade (bass)/Red Reece (dr)/Mick
                                   Eve (sax)

630816A  16th August: Banbury, Winter Gardens

630816C  16th August: THE ASTRANAUGHTS. Banbury, England,  Winter Gardens.
                    MJ (voc) jams with The Astranaughts on:
                    - Shake, Rattle And Roll (Charles E. Cahoun) -unverified
                    Line-up: MJ (voc)/Stan Reeves (bass)/Bill Schanche (gtr)/Tony Sole, Dave
                                   McClymont and Colin Hayward (all other instruments)

630817A  17th August: Northwich, Memorial Hall
630818A  18th August: London, Ken Colyer Jazz Club, Studio 51
630818B  18th August: Richmond, Crawdaddy Club, Athletic Ground
630819A  19th August: Woking, Atlanta Ballroom
630820A  20th August: Windsor, Ricky Tick Club, Thames Hotel
630821A  21st August: Twickenham, Eel Pie Island

630823A  23rd August: UK TV (ARTV) ‘Ready, Steady, Go’, London.
                    - Come On (Chuck Berry) -playback
                    - interview with one or more Stones by host Cathy McGowan

630824A  24th August: Leicester, Il Rondo Ballroom
630825A  25th August: London, Ken Colyer Jazz Club, Studio 51
630825B  25th August: Richmond, Crawdaddy Club, Athletic Ground
630826A  26th August: London, Ken Colyer Jazz Club, Studio 51
630827A  27th August: Windsor, Ricky Tick Club, Thames Hotel (without BJ)
630828A  28th August: Twickenham, Eel Pie Island (without BJ)

630829A  29th August UK TV (Granada), 'Scene at 6.30', Manchester.
                   - Come On (Chuck Berry) -playback

630830A  30th August: Manchester, Oasis Club
630831A  31st August: Prestatyn, Wales, Royal Lido Ballroom
630901A  1st September: London, Ken Colyer Jazz Club, Studio 51
630901B  1st September: Richmond, Crawdaddy Club, Athletic Ground
630902A  2nd September: London, Ken Colyer Jazz Club, Studio 51
630903A  3rd September: Windsor, Ricky Tick Club, Thames Hotel
630904A  4th September: Twickenham, Eel Pie Island (without BJ after the interval)
630905A  5th September: Walmer, Strand Palais (without BJ)
630906A  6th September: Lowestoft, Grand Hotel Ballroom (without BJ)
630907A  7th September: Aberystwyth, Wales, King’s Hall (without BJ)

630908A  8th September: UK TV (ABC) 'Lucky Stars Summer Spin', Birmingham, Alpha Studios.
                    - Come On (Chuck Berry) -playback
                    Note: Televised on the 14th September

630909A  9th September: London, Ken Colyer Jazz Club, Studio 51
630910A  10th September: Windsor, Ricky Tick Club, Thames Hotel
630911A  11th September: Twickenham, Eel Pie Island
630912A  12th September: Kingston-upon-Thames, Cellar Club
630913A  13th September: Dunstable, California Ballroom
630914A  14th September: Birmingham, Plaza Ballroom Old Hill
630914B  14th September: Birmingham, Ritz Ballroom Kings Heath
630915A  15th September: London, Royal Albert Hall, 'Great Pop Prom'
630915B  15th September: Richmond, Crawdaddy Club, Athletic Ground
630916A  16th September: London, Ken Colyer Jazz Club, Studio 51
630917A  17th September: London, Harrow-on-the-Hill, British Legion Hall
630918A  18th September: Twickenham, Eel Pie Island
630919A  19th September: Watford, St. John’s Hall
630920A  20th September: Southsea, Savoy Ballroom
630921A  21st September: Peterborough, Palais
630922A  22th September: London, Ken Colyer Jazz Club, Studio 51

630922B  22nd September: Richmond, Crawdaddy Club, Athletic Ground
                   Unverified set:
                   (Route 66/Come On/Talkin' 'Bout You/Love Potion No. 9/Roll Over Beethoven/
                    Money/Pretty Thing/Jaguar And The Thunderbird/Don't Lie To Me/Our Little
                    Rendezvous/Baby What You Want Me To Do/Brown-Eyed Handsome Man/
                    Diddley Daddy/Money)
                    Note: Last gig at the Crawdaddy. The setlist above comes from one of their gigs
                              at the Richmond Athlethic Ground between June 30 and September 22.
                              A reel-to-reel recording of these songs was sold at an auction in May 2004.

630923A  23rd September: UK radio (BBC) 'Saturday Club', London, Maida Vale.
                   Host: Brian Matthew.
                    - Talkin' Bout You (Chuck Berry)
                    - Money (Berry Gordy Jr./Janie Bradford)
                    - Come On (Chuck Berry)
                    - Memphis, Tennessee (Chuck Berry)
                    - Roll Over Beethoven (Chuck Berry)
                    - interview with Brian Matthew
                   Note: Broadcast on the 26th October.

630923B  23rd September: BO DIDDLEY. UK radio (BBC) 'Saturday Club', London,
                   Playhouse Theatre. Host: Brian Matthew. Unverified.
                   - Bo Diddley (Ellas McDaniel)
                   - Road Runner (Ellas McDaniel)
                   - Pretty Thing (Willie Dixon) -BJ on harmonica
                   - Hey Bo Diddley (Ellas McDaniel)
                   Line-up: BW (bass)/CW (dr)/Bo Diddley (gtr, voc)/Jerome Green (maracas)/
                                  ’Duchess’ Norma-Jean Wofford (gtr)                 
                   Note: Broadcast on the 26th October.

630923C  23rd September: London, Ken Colyer Jazz Club, Studio 51
630924A  24th September: Windsor, Ricky Tick Club, Thames Hotel
630925A  25th September: Twickenham, Eel Pie Island
630927A  27th September: Morecambe, Floral Hall Ballroom, ‘Teen-Beat Night ‘63’
630928A  28th September: Walthamstow, Assembly Hall

29th September - 3rd November: 1st British Tour
                 Note: The repertoire of the Stones on this tour consisted of the following songs:                
                            Route 66/Poison Ivy/Fortune Teller/Money/Come On/Roll Over Beethoven/
                            Talkin’ ‘Bout You/Bye Bye Johnny/Down The Road Apiece/Memphis
                            Tennessee/You Better Move On/Beautiful Delilah (only some of these were
                            played per gig). Headliners were The Everly Brothers, Bo Diddley and Little
                            Richard.

630929A  29th September: London, New Victoria Theatre (1st show)
630929B  29th September: London, New Victoria Theatre (2nd show)
630930A  30th September: Cambridge, Rex Ballroom - extracurricular gig
631001A  1st October: London, Streatham, Odeon Theatre (1st show)
631001B  1st October: London, Streatham, Odeon Theatre (2nd show)
631002A  2nd October: London, Edmonton, Regal Theatre (1st show)
631002B  2nd October: London, Edmonton, Regal Theatre (2nd show)
631003A  3rd October: Southend, Odeon Theatre (1st show)
631003B  3rd October: Southend, Odeon Theatre (2nd show)
631004A  4th October: Guildford, Odeon Theatre (1st show)
631004B  4th October: Guildford, Odeon Theatre (2nd show)

631004C  4th October: Guildford, Odeon Theatre
                   Backstage jam with Bo Diddley and The Everly Brothers.

631005A  5th October: Watford, Gaumont Theatre (1st show)
631005B  5th October: Watford, Gaumont Theatre (2nd show)
631006A  6th October: Cardiff, Wales, Capital Theatre (1st show)
631006B  6th October: Cardiff, Wales, Capital Theatre (2nd show)

631007A  7th October: London, De Lane Lea Studios, Holborn. Producer: Eric Easton.
                    - I Wanna Be Your Man (John Lennon/Paul McCartney) -7“-version
                    - Stoned (Nanker Phelge) -7“-version

631008A  8th October: Cheltenham, Odeon Theatre (1st show)
631008B  8th October: Cheltenham, Odeon Theatre (2nd show)
631009A  9th October: Worcester, Gaumont Theatre (1st show)
631009B  9th October: Worcester, Gaumont Theatre (2nd show)
631010A  10th October: Wolverhampton, Gaumont Theatre (1st show)
631010B  10th October: Wolverhampton, Gaumont Theatre (2nd show)
631011A  11th October: Derby, Gaumont Theatre (1st show)
631011B  11th October: Derby, Gaumont Theatre (2nd show)
631012A  12th October: Doncaster, Gaumont Theatre (1st show)
631012B  12th October: Doncaster, Gaumont Theatre (2nd show)
631013A  13th October: Liverpool, Odeon Theatre (1st show)
631013B  13th October: Liverpool, Odeon Theatre (2nd show)
631015A  15th October: Kingston-upon-Hull, City Hall (1st show) -extracurricular gig
631015B  15th October: Kingston-upon-Hull, City Hall (2nd show) -extracurricular gig
631016A  16th October: Manchester, Odeon Theatre (1st show)
631016B  16th October: Manchester, Odeon Theatre (2nd show)
631017A  17th October: Glasgow, Scotland, Odeon Theatre (1st show)
631017B  17th October: Glasgow, Scotland, Odeon Theatre (2nd show)
631018A  18th October: Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Odeon Theatre (1st show)
631018B  18th October: Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Odeon Theatre (2nd show)
631019A  19th October: Bradford, Gaumont Theatre (1st show)
631019B  19th October: Bradford, Gaumont Theatre (2nd show)
631020A  20th October: Hanley, Gaumont Theatre (1st show)
631020B  20th October: Hanley, Gaumont Theatre (2nd show)
631022A  22nd October: Sheffield, Gaumont Theatre (1st show)
631022B  22nd October: Sheffield, Gaumont Theatre (2nd show)
631023A  23rd October: Nottingham, Odeon Theatre (1st show)
631023B  23rd October: Nottingham, Odeon Theatre (2nd show)
631024A  24th October: Birmingham, Odeon Theatre (1st show)
631024B  24th October: Birmingham, Odeon Theatre (2nd show)
631025A  25th October: Taunton, Gaumont Theatre (1st show)
631025B  25th October: Taunton, Gaumont Theatre (2nd show)
631026A  26th October: Bournemouth, Gaumont Theatre (1st show)
631026B  26th October: Bournemouth, Gaumont Theatre (2nd show)
631027A  27th October: Salisbury, Gaumont Theatre (1st show)
631027B  27th October: Salisbury, Gaumont Theatre (2nd show)
631029A  29th October: Southampton, Gaumont Theatre (1st show)
631029B  29th October: Southampton, Gaumont Theatre (2nd show)
631030A  30th October: St. Albans, Odeon Theatre (1st show)
631030B  30th October: St. Albans, Odeon Theatre (2nd show)
631031A  31st October: London, Lewisham, Odeon Theatre (1st show)
631031B  31st October: London, Lewisham, Odeon Theatre (2nd show)

631000A  October: GEORGE BEAN.
                   7" single (Decca F 11762). Producer: Andrew Oldham. Recorded in London,
                   in late Summer 1963.
                   A: Secret Love (Sammy Fain/Paul Francis Webster) -KR on claves
                   [B: Lonely Weekends (Charlie Rich)] 

631101A  1st November: THE ROLLING STONES.
                   7“ single (Decca F 11764). Producer: Eric Easton.
                   A: I Wanna Be Your Man (John Lennon/Paul McCartney)
                   B: Stoned (Nanker Phelge)
                   Line-up ‘I Wanna Be Your Man’: MJ (voc)/KR (gtr)/BJ (gtr, bvoc)/BW (bass)/
                                 CW (dr)
                   Line-up ‘Stoned’: MJ (voc)/KR (gtr)/BJ (harm)/BW (bass)/CW (dr)/STU (p)

631101B  1st November: Rochester, Odeon Theatre (1st show)
631101C  1st November: Rochester, Odeon Theatre (2nd show)
631102A  2nd November: Ipswich, Gaumont Theatre (1st show)
631102B  2nd November: Ipswich, Gaumont Theatre (2nd show)
631103A  3rd November: London, Hammersmith Odeon (1st show)
631103B  3rd November: London, Hammersmith Odeon (2nd show)

631104A  4th November: Preston, Top Rank Ballroom
631105A  5th November: Liverpool, Cavern Club
631106A  6th November: Leeds, Queen’s Hall
631108A  8th November: Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Whiskey A Go-Go
631109A  9th November: Whitley Bay, Club A Go-Go
631110A  10th November: Crewe, Town Tall, Sunday Club
631111A  11th November: Bath, Pavilion Ballroom
631112A  12th November: High Wycombe, Town Hall
631113A  13th November: Sheffield, City Hall, ‘The R & B Show’

631114A  14th November: London, De Lane Lea Studios, Holborn. Producer:
                    Andrew Oldham.
                    - Go Home Girl (Arthur Alexander)
                    - Money II (Berry Gordy Jr./Janie Bradford) -EP-version
                    - Poison Ivy  III (Jerry Leiber/Mike Stoller) -EP-version
                    - Talkin’ ‘Bout You I (Chuck Berry) -unverified

631115A  15th November: Nuneaton, Co-op Ballroom (1st show)
631115B  15th November: Nuneaton, Co-op Ballroom (2nd show)
631116A  16th November: Coventry, Matrix Ballroom

631117A  17th November: UK TV (ABC) 'Thank Your Lucky Stars', Birmingham, Alpha Studios.
                     - I Wanna Be Your Man (John Lennon/Paul McCartney) -playback
                     Note: Televised on the 23rd November.

631119A  19th November: London, Kilburn, Gaumont State Ballroom

631120A  20th November: London, Regent Sound Studios. Producer Andrew Oldham.
                   Sound engineer: Bill Farley.
                   - My Only Girl  (MJ/KR) - STU on piano; early version of 'That Girl Belongs
                       To Yesterday'; demo for George Bean, later given to Gene Pitney  

631120B  20th November: Richmond, Athletic Club, ‘Chiswick Polytechnic Dance’

631120C  20th - 21st November: London, Regent Sound Studios. Producer: Andrew
                    Oldham. Sound engineer: Bill Farley.
                    - It Should Be You (MJ/KR) -demo for George Bean
                    - Leave Me Alone (MJ/KR) -STU on piano; demo for Doug Gibbons
                    - Shang A Doo Lang (MJ/KR) -demo for Adrienne Poster
                    - So Much In Love (MJ/KR) -demo for The Mighty Avengers (21.11.)
                    - Sure I Do (BJ) -unverified
                    - Will You Be My Lover Tonight (MJ/KR) -demo for George Bean; unverified
                    - With A Song In My Heart  ( ) -unconfirmed

631121A  21st November: Swindon, McIlroys Ballroom 

631122A  22nd November: UK TV (ARTV) 'Ready, Steady, Go', London, Kingsway
                   Television Studios.
                   - I Wanna Be Your Man (John Lennon/Paul McCartney) -playback
                   Note: Televised on the 23rd November.

631122B  22nd November: London, Greenwich Town Hall
631123A  23rd November: London, Leyton, The Baths
631123B  23rd November: London, Dalston, Chez Don Club
631124A  24th November: London, Ken Colyer Jazz Club, Studio 51
631124B  24th November: Luton, Majestic Ballroom
631125A  25th November: Warrington, Parr Hall
631126A  26th November: Altrincham, Stamford Hall
631127A  27th November: Wigan, Empress Ballroom
631128A  28th November: Northwich, Memorial Hall
631129A  29th November: Urmston, Baths Hall
631130A  30th November: Stoke-on-Trent, King’s Hall
631201A  1st December: Manchester, Oasis Club
631202A  2nd December: Tamworth, Assembly Rooms
631203A  3rd December: Southport, Floral Hall
631204A  4th December: Doncaster, The Baths
631205A  5th December: Worcester, Gaumont Theatre (1st show)
631205B  5th December: Worcester, Gaumont Theatre (2nd show)
631206A  6th December: Romford, Odeon Theatre (1st show)
631206B  6th December: Romford, Odeon Theatre (2nd show)

631207A  7th or 9th December: London, Regent Sound Studios. Producer: Andrew
                    Oldham. Sound engineer: Bill Farley. Demo-session.
                    - Give Me Your Hand (MJ/KR) -demo for Teddy Green
                    - I Want You To Know I (MJ/KR and/or BJ) -BJ on lead vocals (and harmonica);
                         unverified
                    - I Want You To Know II (MJ/KR and/or BJ) -BJ on lead vocals (and harmonica);
                         faster than version I; unverified
                    - When A Girl Loves A Boy I (MJ/KR)
                    - When A Girl Loves A Boy II (MJ/KR) -longer version with chorus intro;
                        unverified
                    - You Must Be The One (MJ/KR) -demo for The Greenbeats
                    Line-up: MJ (voc)/KR (gtr)/BJ (gtr)/Reg Guest (p)/Erik Ford (bass)/Andy
                                   White (dr)
                    Note: Give Me Your Hand is also known as I’ll Hold Your Hand and was at
                              first intended for The Beatles (!).
                              No One Loves You More Than Me could come from another session, maybe
                              at IBC studios.

631207B  7th December: Croydon, Fairfield Hall (1st show)
631207C  7th December: Croydon, Fairfield Hall (2nd show)
631208A  8th December: Reading, Olympia Ballroom
631208B  8th December: Watford, Gaumont Theatre (1st show)
631208C  8th December: Watford, Gaumont Theatre (2nd show)
631211A  11th December: Bradford, King's And Queen's Hall, 'Bradford Arts Ball'
631212A  12th December: Liverpool, Locarno Ballroom
631213A  13th December: Hereford, Hillside Ballroom
631214A  14th December: Epsom, The Baths
631215A  15th December: Guildford, Civic Hall
631217A  17th December: High Wycombe, Town Hall
631218A  18th December: Bristol, Corn Exchange

631219A  19th December: UK TV (BBC) 'Cops And Robbers', Sydenham.
                    - Come On (Chuck Berry) -playback
                    Note: Never aired pilot show for a new series. The Stones were "acting"
                              as a band, playing in a youth club.

631220A  20th December: Winchester, Lido Ballroom
631221A  21st December: Baldock, Kayser Bondor Ballroom
631222A  22nd December: London, St. Mary's Hall, Putney
631224A  24th December: Leek, Town Hall, 'X-mas Eve Dance'
631226A  26th December: London, Selby’s Restaurant

631227A  27th December: UK TV (ARTV) 'Ready, Steady, Go!', London.
                    - I Wanna Be Your Man (John Lennon/Paul McCartney) -playback

631227B  27th December: Reading, Town Hall
631228A  28th December: London, Club Noreik, Tottenham, ‘All Night Rave’
631230A  30th December: London, Ken Colyer Jazz Club, Studio 51
631231A  31st December: Lincoln, Drill Hall