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: Richmond, Sandover Hall
                    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

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: Sutton, Red Lion Pub
630202A  2nd February: London, Ealing Jazz Club
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
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
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
630315A  15th March: Sutton, Red Lion 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) -unverified
                   - 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
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

630511A  11th May: London, Battersea Park, Festival Gardens, 'Star Gala'
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 640125A)
                    - Fortune Teller II (Allen Toussaint) -More Hot Rocks-CD-version; without
                       repeat of last verse and without harmonica

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 (Ray Charles?) -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)

630816B  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, Atalanta 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 Light) '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 Light) '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
                    Unverified 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  last week of 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) -misnamed on the label as 'Stones'
                   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, incl.
                     - 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, incl.
                   - 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 (BJ) -BJ on lead vocals (and harmonica); unverified
                    - I Want You To Know II (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 (!).

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, incl.
                    - 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, incl.
                    - 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