2019

190101A  1st January: internet video-stream (Instagram/Ronnie Wood).
                   - RW playing some piano and wishing a "Happy 2019 everybody"

190111A  11th January: internet video-stream (Instagram/officialkeef).
                   - KR wishing a "Happy New Year" (on Parrot Cay)

190113A  13th January: UK radio (BBC 6 Music) 'The First Time', incl.
                   - interview with RW by Matt Everitt

190115A  15th January: KEITH RICHARDS.
                   Download-track (BMG). Producers: KR and Steve Jordan. Previously unreleased
                   track from the Talk Is Cheap-sessions, probably recorded in NYC in Fall 1987.
                   - My Babe (Willie Dixon)
                   Line-up: KR (gtr, voc)/Steve Jordan (dr, bvoc)/Joey Spampinato (bass)/
                                  Johnnie Johnson (p)
                   Note: Advance-release as teaser for the upcoming Talk Is Cheap 30th Anniversary
                             Edition (see 190329A) with six previously unreleased bonus tracks.
                             A graphic promovideo was made for this song and released on January 16.

190117A  17th January: Zurich, Switzerland, Stage One, 'Worldwebforum', incl.
                   - interview with BW

190118A  18th January: UK radio (BBC 6 Music) 'Shaun Keaveny', incl.
                   - phone-interview with KR by Matt Everitt

190119A  19th January: UK TV (Eurosport 2) 'Snooker - The Masters', incl.
                    - interview with RW, Jimmy White, Alan McManus & Ronnie O' Sullivan by
                       Colin Murray (Alexandra Palace, London)

190123A  23rd January: internet video-stream (YouTube/Manchester Film Festival).
                   - interview with RW (Barcelona, March 5, 2015)
                   + more footage from the short docu There Was A Hell Of A Racket Coming Out
                        Of Your House, Mrs. Wood (which will be shown in Manchester on March 10)
                    Note: The film premiers at Toronto Shorts International Film Festival on March 3.

190130A  30th January: internet video-stream (Instagram/Mick Jagger).
                   - unknown new song "I Really Wanna Tell The Truth" (MJ/KR?) -MJ on guitar
                       and vocals (playing to a playback; probably at his home studio)

190201A  1st February: internet video-stream (Instagram/officialkeef).
                    KR signing art cards for the upcoming Super Deluxe Talk Is Cheap-boxset.

190206A  6th February: Los Angeles, unidentified recording studio
                    - interview with CW by Rob Shahanan (for upcoming Hal Blaine-docu)

190209A  9th February: UK radio (BBC2) 'The Rock Show With Johnnie Walker', incl.
                    - interview with RW

190212A  12th February: internet video-stream (Instagram/Ronnie Wood).
                   - RW presents the three different editions of his setlists-book

190216A  16th February: internet video-stream (Instagram/SallyWood1).
                   - RW and his twin daughters present their matching pyjamas

190301A  1st March: internet video-stream (Instagram/officialkeef).
                   - KR views the booklet for the upcoming deluxe Talk Is Cheap-reissue

190303A  3rd March: Toronto, Canada, Toronto Shorts International Film Festival
                    Premiere of the short documentary 'There Was A Hell Of A Racket Coming Out
                    Of Your House, Mrs. Wood' (filmed in Barcelona, Spain on March 5, 2015).
                    Director: Stuart Douglas. Starring RW (& Sally Wood).                
                   Note: Also shown on Manchester Film Festival on March 10.

190305A  5th March: internet video-stream (Twitter/Ronnie Wood).
                   - RW wishing 'Happy Pancake Day'

190308A  8th March: KEITH RICHARDS.
                   Download-track (BMG). Producers: KR and Steve Jordan. Previously unreleased
                   track from the Talk Is Cheap-sessions, probably recorded in NYC in Fall 1987.
                   - Big Town Playboy (Little Johnny Jones)
                   Line-up: KR (gtr, voc)/MT (gtr)/Steve Jordan (dr)/Joey Spampinato (bass)/
                                  Johnnie Johnson (p)
                   Note: Advance-release as teaser for the upcoming Talk Is Cheap 30th Anniversary
                             Edition (see 190329A) with six previously unreleased bonus tracks.
                             A graphic promovideo was made for this song and released on March 8.

190313A  13th March: internet video-stream (Twitter/The Rolling Stones).
                    - Wild Horses (MJ/KR) -London, 25.05.18, part only
                   Note: Teaser for the upcoming best-of/live album 'Honk' (due out April 19).

190314A  14th March: THE ROLLING STONES.
                    Audio & Video download (Promotone b.v.). Recorded and filmed live in London,
                    25.05.18. Teaser for the upcoming compilation album Honk (due out April 19).
                   - Wild Horses (MJ/KR) -with Florence Welch sharing lead vocals

190314B  14th March: internet video-stream (YouTube/Exhibitionism.jp).
                    - message by MJ (with guitar; about Exhibitionism coming to Japan)

190314C  14th March: ALL STAR BAND. London, Roundhouse, 'One Night - 10.000
                    Futures'. With RW on guitar on:
                    - Knock On Wood (Steve Cropper/Eddie Floyd) -Seal on lead vocals
                    - Respect (Otis Redding) -Beverly Knight on lead vocals
                    - Think (Ted White/Aretha Franklin) -Beverly Knight on lead vocals

190315A  15th March: THE ROLLING STONES.
                    DVD & 2 CD's 'Voodoo Lounge In Japan' (UIBY-15094, -Japan). Filmed and
                    recorded live in Tokyo, Japan, Tokyo Dome on March 12, 1995. Incl.
                     - Not Fade Away (Norman Petty/Charles Hardin Holly)
                     - Tumbling Dice (MJ/KR)
                     - You Got Me Rocking (MJ/KR)
                     - Live With Me (MJ/KR)
                     - Rocks Off (MJ/KR)
                     - Sparks Will Fly (MJ/KR)
                     - Satisfaction (MJ/KR)
                     - Angie (MJ/KR)
                     - Sweet Virginia (MJ/KR)
                     - Rock And A Hard Place (MJ/KR)
                     - Love Is Strong (MJ/KR)
                     - I Go Wild (MJ/KR)
                     - Miss You (MJ/KR)
                     - Honky Tonk Women (MJ/KR)
                     - Before They Make Me Run (MJ/KR)
                     - Slipping Away (MJ/KR)
                     - Sympathy For The Devil
                     - Monkey Man (MJ/KR)
                     - Street Fighting Man (MJ/KR)
                     - Start Me Up (MJ/KR)
                     - It's Only Rock'n Roll (MJ/KR)
                     - Brown Sugar (MJ/KR)
                     - Jumping Jack Flash (MJ/KR)

190322A  22nd March: internet video-stream (YouTube/SiriusXM).
                   - interview with KR by Steve Jordan (NYC, Germano Studios) -3 fragments
                   Note: Teaser for a longer radio interview on SiriusXM on March 26.

190322B  22nd March: internet video-stream (Twitter/BBC Press Office).
                   - Night Train (Jimmy Forrest) -part only
                   Line-Up: CW (dr)/Dave Green (bass)/Scott Hamilton (sax)/John Pearce (p)
                   Note: Teaser for a BBC Four TV 'Jazz 625'-special on May 3.

190326A  26th March: US radio (SiriusXM Volume) 'Layin' It Down'.
                   - interview with KR by Steve Jordan (NYC, Germano Studios, ca. March 22)

190326B  26th March: internet video-stream (Twitter/Ronnie Wood).
                   - RW shows his Happy Socks (with tongue logo design)

190328A  28th March: US radio (i-Heart Radio The Classic Rock Channel) 'Icons', incl.
                   - interview with KR by Jim Kerr

190329A  29th March: KEITH RICHARDS.
                   2 CD's 'Talk Is Cheap' (Mindless Records/BMG CAT349DCDX). Producers: KR
                   & Steve Jordan. Re-release with bonus-CD with six leftovers from the Talk Is
                   Cheap-sessions in 1987/88:
                   - Blues Jam (KR/Steve Jordan/Joey Spampinato/Johnnie Johnson)
                   - My Babe (Willie Dixon)
                   - Slim (KR/MT/Steve Jordan/Joey Spampinato/Johnnie Johnson) -with MT on
                          guitar
                   - Big Town Playboy (Little Johnny Jones) -with MT on guitar
                   - Mark On Me (KR/Steve Jordan)
                   - Brute Force (KR/Steve Jordan)
                   Line-Up 'Blues Jam': KR (gtr)/Steve Jordan (dr)/Joey Spampinato (bass)/
                                  Johnnie Johnson (p)
                   Line-Up 'Slim': KR (gtr)/MT (gtr)/Steve Jordan (dr)/Joey Spampinato (bass)/
                                  Johnnie Johnson (p)
                   Line-Up 'Mark On Me': KR (gtr, voc)/Steve Jordan (dr)/Charley Drayton (bass)/
                                  Waddy Wachtel (gtr)/Ivan Neville (keyb)
                   Line-Up 'Brute Force': KR (gtr, perc)/Steve Jordan (dr, gtr, perc)/Bootsy Collins
                                  (bass)//Bernie Worrell (org)
                   Note: For more info, see 881003A, 190115A & 190308A.

190401A  1st, 3rd & 5th April: internet video-streams (YouTube/Keith Richards).
                   - interview with KR by Steve Van Zandt (NYC, in. March) -in three parts

190402A  2nd April: internet video-stream (Instagram/officialkeef).
                   - interview with KR (L.A., February) -from Play It Loud-exhibition, NYC
                   Note: Part of an interview done for showing at the exhibition, filmed from screen.

190406A  6th April: French/German TV (ARTE) 'Chuck Berry', 97-min.-docu, incl.
                   - talk by RW with Paul McCartney (London, June 2012)
                   - announcement by MJ (Washington, 21.02.2012)
                   - short interview with KR (St. Louis 1986, from Hail Hail Rock'n Roll-movie)

190408A  8th April - 1st October: New York City, The Metropolitan Museum Of Art.
                   'Play It Loud'-exhibition. Incl.
                   - interview with KR (Los Angeles, February)
                   Note: The filmed interviews gets shown as part of the exhibition.

190411A  11th April: internet video-stream (Instagram/officialkeef).
                    - interview with KR by Steve Jordan (NYC, Germano Studios)
                    Note: Topic is the song Take It So Hard (different to the 3 fragments of 190322A).

190413A  13th April: THE ROLLING STONES.
                    10'' single (Polydor 773 480-9). Mixed by Bob Clearmountain.
                     - She's A Rainbow (MJ/KR) -live in Paris 25.10.2017
                     Note: Limited edition release for Record Store Day 2019.

190417A  17th April: US podcast (Neer Perfect Productions) 'The Rolling Stones Honk All
                    Access Show'. Host: Dan Neer. Incl.
                    - interview with MJ
                    - interview with KR
                    - interview with RW
                    - interview with CW
                    - interview with Brad Paisley

190418A  18th April: New York City, Lincoln Center, David H. Koch Theater
                    - audio message by MJ (for premiere of Melanie Hamrock's Rolling Stones ballet)

190419A  19th April: THE ROLLING STONES.
                    3 CD's 'Honk' (Polydor 773 188-0) = 2-CD best-of album with additional third
                    CD with previously unreleased live tracks. Mixed by Bob Clearmountain. Incl.
                    - Get Off Of My Cloud (MJ/KR) -Cardiff 15.06.2018
                    - Dancing With Mr. D (MJ/KR) -Arnhem 15.10.2017
                    - Beast Of Burden (MJ/KR) -Kansas City 27.06.2015; with Ed Sheeran on vocals
                         and guitar
                    - She's A Rainbow (MJ/KR) -Paris 25.10.2017; previously released, see 190413A
                    - Wild Horses (MJ/KR) -London 25.05.2018; with Florence Welch on vocals
                    - Let's Spend The Night Together (MJ/KR) -Manchester 05.06.2018
                    - Dead Flowers (MJ/KR) -Philadelphia 18.06.2013; with Brad Paisley on vocals
                         and guitar
                    - Shine A Light (MJ/KR) -Amsterdam 30.09.2017
                    - Under My Thumb (MJ/KR) -London 22.05.2018
                    - Bitch (MJ/KR) -Anaheim 18.05.2013; with Dave Grohl on vocals and guitar

190426A  26th April: UK TV (BBC Four) 'John Lee Hooker: The Boogie Man'. 1-hour
                   documentary by Todd Austin, incl.
                   - interview with KR

190426B  26th April: US streaming TV (Netflix) 'Remastered - Devil At The Crossroads'.
                   48-min. documentary on Robert Johnson by Brian Oakes. Incl.
                   - interview with KR

190426C  26th April: LINDA RONSTADT. New York City, Tribeca Film Festival
                   Premiere of the documentary 'The Sound Of My Voice', directed by Rob
                   Epstein and Jeffrey Friedman, incl.
                   - footage of KR in Paris 24.09.1970 (silent; taken from the Huntley Archives)

190501A  1st May or earlier: probably London, unidentified studio.
                    RW (gtr) works with Imelda May (voc) on a track for an upcoming Chuck Berry-
                    tribute album (working title Mad Lad):
                    - Wee Wee Hours (Chuck Berry)

190502A  2nd May: New York City, School Of Visual Arts Theater 1 Silas, 'Tribeca Film
                    Festival'. Premiere of the BW-documentary 'The Quiet One', written and
                    directed by Oliver Murray. Narrated by BW. With guest comments by CW,
                    Gered Mankowitz, Eric Clapton, Tony Chapman, Glyn Johns, Buddy Guy,
                    Andrew Oldham, Terry O' Neill, Frank Mead, Mary Wilson & Bob Geldof. Incl.
                    - archive footage through the years
                    + previously unseen footage from BW's own private video collection
                    + interview with BW & Suzanne Acosta (ca. 2018, St. Paul Du Vence, France)
                   Note: General US cinema premiere was June 21, 2019. Released on video-on-
                             demand on June 28 (US-only).

190503A  3rd May: UK TV (BBC Four) 'Jazz 625 Live'. Host: Andi Oliver. Incl.
                   - interview with CW
                   - Night Train (Jimmy Forrest)
                   - interview with CW and Dave Green
                   Line-up: CW (dr)/Dave Green (bass)/Scott Hamilton (sax)/John Pearce (p)

190505A  5th May: UK radio (BBC2) 'Jazz 625 Live'. Host: Andi Oliver. Incl.
                   - Night Train (Jimmy Forrest) -incomplete
                   Line-Up: CW (dr)/Dave Green (bass)/Scott Hamilton (sax)/John Pearce (p)

190506A  6th May: IMELDA MAY. London, Palladium
                   - Wee Wee Hours (Chuck Berry) -with RW on guitar
                   - Bullfrog Blues (William Harris) -with RW on guitar and backing vocals
                   Note: Recorded by UK BBC2 radio and aired on May 24 (see 190524A).

190507A  7th May: internet video-stream (Twitter/Ronnie Wood).
                   - Bullfrog Blues (William Harris) -soundcheck London 06.05., part only

190515A  15th May: internet video-stream (Twitter, Facebook, Instagram/Mick Jagger).
                    - footage of MJ working on dance moves for the upcoming tour

190518A  18th May: internet video-stream (Facebook, Instagram/Mick Jagger).
                   - MJ playing guitar "rocking out new tunes" (at his house in France)

190524A  24th May: IMELDA MAY. UK radio (BBC2) 'Friday Night is Music Night',
                   recorded live at May 6 at London Palladium, 'An Evening Of Celtic Soul'
                   - Wee Wee Hours (Chuck Berry) -with RW on guitar
                   - Bullfrog Blues (William Harris) -with RW on guitar and backing vocals

190524B  24th May: internet video-stream (YouTube/Sherman Oaks).
                   30-min. documentary by Arthur Shelby Pritz about Stan Levey meeting CW at
                   his house in Los Angeles on February 5, 2003. Incl.
                   - interview with CW (after February 5, 2003)
                   - talk of CW, Jim Keltner, Harvey Kubernik, Stan & Angela Levey

190524C  24th May: internet video-stream (Instagram/officialkeef).
                   - short message by KR (about upcoming tour)

190526A  26th May: internet video-stream (Twitter/Ronnie Wood).
                   - two messages by RW (from London, Tate Modern, watching a Picasso)

190526B  26th May: internet video-stream (Instagram Stories/Ronnie Wood).
                   - messages by RW (from London, Tate Modern, partly different to 190526A)

190527A  27th May - 13th June: London, LH2 Studios. Tour-rehearsals.

190607A  7th June: THE ROLLING STONES/(VARIOUS ARTISTS).
                  Bluray/DVD plus 2 CD's ‘The Rolling Stones Rock And Roll Circus’ (Abkco
                  Music & Records 8554-2). Producer: Jimmy Miller. Sound engineer: Glyn Johns.
                  Filmed and recorded at Intertel Studios, Wembley, Middlesex, December 11-12,
                  1968. Re-release incl. the following previously unreleased bonus-tracks:
                  - Revolution (John Lennon/Paul McCartney) -rehearsal The Dirty Mac; audio-only
                  - Warmup Jam (KR/John Lennon/Eric Clapton/Mitch Mitchell) -The Dirty Mac
                  - Yer Blues (John Lennon/Paul McCartney) -take 2; The Dirty Mac
                  - Bill Wyman's introduction of the clowns (DVD only)
                  - Brian Jones’ introduction of Julius Katchen
                  - Mick Jagger and the tiger (DVD only)
                  Note: Released in Europe on July 5 and in Japan on July 12.
                            For more infos, see 681210A and 961014A&B.

190609A  9th June: internet video-stream (cricketworldcup.com), incl.
                    - footage of MJ, CW & Sadiq Khan at Oval Cricket Ground, London

190610A  10th June: Canadian radio (Q107) 'Derringer In The Morning', incl.
                   - phone-interview with MJ (from London) by John Derringer

190612A  12th June: London, Somerset House, Spring Restaurant, 'Action For Addiction'-
                    gala', incl.
                    - speech by RW (unverified)

190618A  18th June: internet video-stream (Twitter & Instagram/Ronnie Wood).
                   - message by RW (from the streets of Chicago)

190618B  18th June: Chicago, Illinois, Soldier Field. Rehearsals.

190619A  19th June: internet video-stream (Twitter & Instagram/Ronnie Wood).
                   - message by RW (backstage at Soldier Field, Chicago)

190619B  19th June: Chicago, Illinois, Soldier Field. Rehearsals.

190620A  20th June: internet video-stream (Instagram/officialkeef).
                   - KR arriving backstage at Soldier Field, Chicago, June 18 or 19

190620B  20th June: internet video-stream (Instagram stories & Twitter/therollingstones).
                   - MJ strumming Sad Sad Sad-riffs, Soldier Field, Chicago, June 18 or 19

190621A  21st June: THE ROLLING STONES.
                   DVD & 2 CD's 'Bridges To Bremen' (Eagle Vision EAGDV108). Filmed live in
                   Bremen, Germany, September 2, 1998 (see 980902A&B).
                   - Satisfaction (MJ/KR)
                   - Let’s Spend The Night Together (MJ/KR)
                   - Flip The Switch (MJ/KR)
                   - Gimme Shelter (MJ/KR)
                    - Anybody Seen My Baby? (MJ/KR/k.d. lang/Ben Mink)
                    - Paint It Black (MJ/KR)
                    - Saint Of Me (MJ/KR)
                    - Out Of Control (MJ/KR)
                    - Memory Motel (MJ/KR)
                    - Miss You (MJ/KR)
                    - Band introduction
                    - Thief In The Night (MJ/KR/Pierre de Beauport)
                    - Wanna Hold You (MJ/KR)
                    - It’s Only Rock’n Roll (MJ/KR)
                    - You Got Me Rocking (MJ/KR)
                    - Like A Rolling Stone (Bob Dylan)
                    - Sympathy For The Devil (MJ/KR)
                    - Tumbling Dice (MJ/KR)
                    - Honky Tonk Women (MJ/KR)
                    - Start Me Up (MJ/KR)
                    - Jumping Jack Flash (MJ/KR)
                    - You Can’t Always Get What You Want (MJ/KR)
                    - Brown Sugar (MJ/KR)
                    + Rock And A Hard Place (MJ/KR) -Chicago 23.09.97; bonus-track
                    + Under My Thumb (MJ/KR) -Chicago 23.09.97; bonus-track
                    + All About You (MJ/KR) -Chicago 23.09.97; bonus-track
                    + Let It Bleed (MJ/KR) -Chicago 23.09.97; bonus-track

190621B  21st June: THE ROLLING STONES.
                   Bluray & 2 CD's 'Bridges To Bremen' (Eagle Vision UIXY-75009, -Japan).
                   With an additional bonus track (not available on the releases of all other countries,
                   see 190621A):
                   - Little Queenie (Chuck Berry) -live in Chicago 23.09.1997

190621C  21st June: internet video-stream (Instagram/RonnieWood).
                   - RW on his way to the opening gig at Soldier Field, Chicago, June 21

190621D  21st June: internet video-stream (Instagram/The Rolling Stones).
                   - message from RW backstage (Soldier Field, Chicago, June 21)

21st June - 31st August: THE ROLLING STONES: "No Filter" US Tour.
                   Line-up: MJ (voc, gtr, harm)/KR (gtr, voc)/RW (gtr)/CW (dr)/Darryl Jones
                                  (bass, bvoc)/Chuck Leavell (keyb, bvoc, perc)/Sasha Allen (bvoc)/
                                  Bernard Fowler (bvoc, perc)/Tim Ries (sax)/Karl Denson (sax)/
                                  Matt Clifford (keyb, perc, french horn)

190621E  21st June: Chicago, Illinois, Soldier Field
                   (Street Fighting Man/Let's Spend The Night Together/Tumbling Dice/
                    Sad Sad Sad/You Got Me Rocking/You Can't Always Get What You Want/
                    Angie/Dead Flowers/Sympathy For The Devil/Honky Tonk Women/Band
                    introduction/You Got The Silver/Before They Make Me Run/Miss You/
                    Paint It Black/Midnight Rambler/Start Me Up/Jumping Jack Flash/Brown
                    Sugar/Gimme Shelter/Satisfaction)

190621F  21st June: internet video-stream (YouTube/StageRightSecrets).
                   - Street Fighting Man (MJ/KR) -Soldier Field, Chicago June 21, part only
                   Note: Also released on the Stones social media channels on June 22.

190621A  21st June: US radio (KOGO News Radio) 'San Diego's Morning News', incl.
                    - phone-interview with BW by LaDona Harvey and Ted Garcia

190624A  24th June: internet video-stream (YouTube/TheRollingStones).
                   - Paint It Black (MJ/KR) -Soldier Field, Chicago June 21, part only

190624B  24th June: internet audio-stream 'Paul Mecurio Show', incl.
                   - phone-interview with BW by Paul Mecurio

190625A  25th June: Chicago, Illinois, Soldier Field
                   (Jumping Jack Flash/It's Only Rock'n Roll/Tumbling Dice/Bitch/Ride 'Em
                    On Down/Monkey Man/You Can't Always Get What You Want/Play With
                    Fire/Sweet Virginia/Sympathy For The Devil/Honky Tonk Women/Band
                    introduction/Slipping Away/Before They Make Me Run/Miss You/Midnight
                    Rambler [false start]/Paint It Black/Midnight Rambler/Start Me Up/Brown
                    Sugar/Gimme Shelter/Satisfaction)

190627A  27th June: internet video-stream (Instagram/officialkeef).
                   - KR on his way to the plane to Toronto (Chicago Airport)

190627B  27th June: Canadian TV (CTV) 'CTV News Toronto', incl.
                   - footage of the Stones arriving on Pearson Airport, Toronto

190628A  28th June: Canadian TV (City TV) 'City News', Burl's Creek-preview, incl.
                   - Street Fighting Man (
MJ/KR) -Soldier Field, Chicago June 21, part only
                   - interview with Bernard Fowler

190629A  29th June: internet video-stream (Instagram/RonnieWood).
                   - message by RW (on the plane to Toronto, June 27)

190629B  29th June: internet video-stream (Instagram/RonnieWood).
                   - message by RW (backstage at Burl's Creek)

190629C  29th June: Oro Medonte, Canada, Burl's Creek Event Grounds

190629D  29th June: Canadian TV (Global Television Network) 'Global News', incl.
                   - Street Fighting Man (MJ/KR) -Burl's Creek, June 29, part only
                   - Let's Spend The Night Together (MJ/KR) -Burl's Creek, June 29, part only

190630A  30th June: internet video-stream (Instagram/RonnieWood).
                   - message by RW (in plane, after Burl's Creek gig, June 29)

190630B  30th June: Canadian TV (CTV) 'CTV News Toronto', incl.
                   - Street Fighting Man (MJ/KR) -Burl's Creek, June 29, part only
                   - Let's Spend The Night Together (MJ/KR) -Burl's Creek, June 29, part only

190701A  1st July: Canadian TV (CTV) 'CTV News Toronto', incl.
                   - footage of KR, CW & RW on Pearson Airport, Toronto (on same day)

190702A  2nd July: US radio (WBAI Pacifica) 'Arts Express', incl.
                   - phone-interview with BW by Prairie Miller

190703A  3rd July: Landover (near Washington), Maryland, FedExField
                   (Jumping Jack Flash/It's Only Rock'n Roll/Tumbling Dice/You Got Me
                    Rocking/Mercy Mercy/Rocks Off/You Can't Always Get What You Want/
                    Angie/Let It Bleed/Sympathy For The Devil/Honky Tonk Women/Band
                    introduction/Slipping Away/Before They Make Me Run/Miss You/Paint
                    It Black/Midnight Rambler/Start Me Up/Brown Sugar/Gimme Shelter/
                    Satisfaction)

190707A  7th July: internet video-stream (Instagram/RonnieWood).
                   - message by RW (in car, on his way to Foxboro-gig, July 7)

190707B  7th July: Foxboro (near Boston), Massachusetts, Gillette Stadium
                   (Street Fighting Man/It's Only Rock'n Roll/Tumbling Dice/She's So Cold/
                    Ride 'Em On Down/Play With Fire/Dead Flowers/Sympathy For The
                    Devil/You Can't Always Get What You Want/Honky Tonk Women/Band
                    introduction/Slipping Away/Before They Make Me Run/Miss You/
                    Paint It Black/Midnight Rambler/Start Me Up/Jumping Jack Flash/Brown
                    Sugar/Gimme Shelter/Satisfaction)
                   Note: With special guest Gary Clark Jr. (gtr, voc) on Ride 'Em On Down.

190715A  15th July: internet video-stream (Twitter/RonnieWood).
                   - message by RW (backstage before New Orleans-gig, July 15)
                   Note: Also posted on Instagram on July 16.

190715B  15th July: New Orleans, Louisiana, Mercedes-Benz Superdome
                   (Jumping Jack Flash/Let's Spend The Night Together/Tumbling Dice/Sad Sad
                    Sad/Under My Thumb/You Can't Always Get What You Want/Angie/Dead
                    Flowers/Sympathy For The Devil/Honky Tonk Women/Band introduction/
                    Slipping Away/Before They Make Me Run/Miss You/Paint It Black/Midnight
                    Rambler/Start Me Up/Brown Sugar/Gimme Shelter/Satisfaction)
                   Note: Postponed from July 14 due to Hurricane Barry.

190715C  15th July: US TV (4WWL) '4WWL News', incl.
                   - Jumping Jack Flash (MJ/KR) -New Orleans, July 15, part only
                   - Let's Spend The Night Together (MJ/KR) -New Orleans, July 15, part only

190715D  15th July: US TV (Channel 6 WDSU) 'WDSU News', incl.
                   - Jumping Jack Flash (
MJ/KR) -New Orleans, July 15, part only
                   - Let's Spend The Night Together (MJ/KR) -New Orleans, July 15, part only

190715E  15th July: US internet radio (Sirius XM Volume) 'Debatable', incl.
                   - phone-interview with BW by Mark Goodman and Alan Light

190717A  17th July: US internet radio (Sirius XM Beatles Channel) 'Fab Fourum', incl.
                   - phone-interview with BW by David Fricke and Dennis Elsas

190719A  19th July: internet video-stream (Twitter/RonnieWood).
                   - message by RW (relaxing at the hotel room before the show)

190719B  19th July: internet video-stream (Twitter/RonnieWood).
                   - message by RW (just arriving at TIAA Bank Field)

190719C  19th July: internet video-stream (Twitter/RonnieWood).
                   - RW playing his new Duesenberg guitar (backstage before the show)

190719D  19th July: internet video-stream (Twitter/RonnieWood).
                    - footage of RW painting the Jacksonville setlist (backstage before the show)

190719E  19th July: Jacksonville, Florida, TIAA Bank Field
                    (Street fighting Man/It's Only Rock'n Roll/Tumbling Dice/Monkey Man/
                     You Can't Always Get What You Want/Play With Fire/Sweet Virginia/
                     Sympathy For The Devil/Honky Tonk Women/Band introduction/Slipping
                     Away/Before They Make Me Run/Miss You/Paint It Black/Midnight
                     Rambler/Gimme Shelter/Start Me Up/Jumping Jack Flash/Brown Sugar/
                     Satisfaction)

190719F  19th July: internet video-stream (YouTube/First Coast News).
                    - Street Fighting Man (MJ/KR) -Jacksonville, July 19, part only
                    - It's Only Rock'n Roll (MJ/KR) -Jacksonville, July 19, part only

190719G  19th July: US TV (WJXT) '10 O' Clock News', incl.
                    - Street Fighting Man (MJ/KR) -Jacksonville, July 19, part only
                    - It's Only Rock'n Roll (MJ/KR) -Jacksonville, July 19, part only

190720A  20th July: internet video-stream (Instagram Stories/RonnieWood).
                   - message by RW (at his Jacksonville hotel room, enjoying the goodies)

190722A  22nd July: internet video-stream (Instagram/Theodora Richards).
                   - We're All Gonna Miss Chuck Berry (RW) -RW on guitar and vocals (at
                        their hotel in Philadelphia), part only

190723A  23rd July: internet video-stream (Instagram Stories/Mick Jagger).
                   - Wild Horses (MJ/KR) -soundcheck, Philadelphia 23.07., part only

190723B  23rd July: Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, Lincoln Financial Field
                   (Street Fighting Man/You Got Me Rocking/Tumbling Dice/Bitch/You
                    Can't Always Get What You Want/Angie/Dead Flowers/Sympathy For
                    The Devil/Honky Tonk Women/Band introduction/Slipping Away/
                    Before They Make Me Run/Miss You/Midnight Rambler/Paint It Black/
                    Gimme Shelter/Start Me Up/Jumping Jack Flash/Brown Sugar/Satisfaction)

190723C  23rd July: US TV (ABC Channel 6 WPVI) 'Action News', incl.
                   - Street Fighting Man (MJ/KR) -Philadelphia, July 23, part only
                   - You Got Me Rocking (MJ/KR) -Philadelphia, July 23, part only

190723D  23rd July: internet video-stream (Twitter/RonnieWood).
                   - message by RW (in car; arriving at Lincoln Financial Field 23.07.)
                   Note: Also posted on Instagram on July 24.

190724A  24th July: internet video-stream (Instagram/Theodora Richards).
                   - footage of KR from the wings (during D. Jones' bass solo, Philly 23.07.)

190724B  24th July: internet video-stream (Instagram/The Rolling Stones).
                   - footage of RW drawing the setlist (backstage, Philadelphia 23.07.)

190727A  27th July: Houston, Texas, NRG Stadium
                   (Jumping Jack Flash/Let's Spend The Night Together/Tumbling Dice/Out Of 
                    Control/Doo Doo Doo Doo Doo/You Can't Always Get What You Want/
                    Sweet Virginia/Dead Flowers/Sympathy For The Devil/Honky Tonk Women/
                    Band introduction/Slipping Away/Before They Make Me Run/Miss You/
                    Midnight Rambler/Paint It Black/Start Me Up/Brown Sugar/Gimme Shelter/
                   Satisfaction)
                  Note: The complete show exists on private video.

190728A  28th July: internet video-stream (Twitter/RonnieWood).
                   - message by RW (right after the gig in Houston, NRG Stadium 27.07.)

190728B  28th July: internet video-stream (YouTube/ABC 13 Houston).
                   - Jumping Jack Flash (MJ/KR) -Houston, July 27, part only
                   - Let's Spend The Night Together (MJ/KR) -Houston, July 27, part only

190801A  1st August: internet video-stream (Twitter/RonnieWood).
                   - message by RW (in car; arriving for soundcheck, MetLife Stadium 01.08.)

190801B  1st August: internet video-stream (Twitter/RonnieWood).
                   - message by RW (heading to stage now, backstage MetLife Stadium 01.08.)

190801C  1st August: East Rutherford, New Jersey, MetLife Stadium
                   (Street Fighting Man/Let's Spend The Night Together/Tumbling Dice/She's A  
                    Rainbow/You Can't Always Get What You Want/Sweet Virginia/Dead
                    Flowers/Sympathy For The Devil/Honky Tonk Women/Band introduction/
                    Slipping Away/Before They Make Me Run/Miss You/Paint It Black/
                    Midnight Rambler/Start Me Up/Jumping Jack Flash/Brown Sugar/Gimme
                    Shelter/Satisfaction)
                   Note: A private video of the complete show exists.

190801D  1st August: internet video-stream (Twitter/RonnieWood).
                    - message by RW (in car; on his way back to the hotel, 01.08.)

190801E  1st August: US TV (CBS 2 New York) 'CBS 2 News', incl.
                   - Street Fighting Man (MJ/KR) -East Rutherford, August 1, part only

190802A  2nd August: internet video-stream (Instagram Stories/Mick Jagger).
                   - footage of MJ and Jimmy Fallon backstage at MetLife, August 1

190802B  2nd August: US TV (CBS 2 New York) 'CBS 2 News', incl.
                   - Let's Spend The Night Together (MJ/KR) -East Rutherford, Aug. 1, part only

190804A  4th August: internet audio stream/podcast 'From The Archive', incl.
                   - interview with MJ, CW, BJ, KR & BW (Juke Box Jury 27.06.64)

190805A  5th August: East Rutherford, New Jersey, MetLife Stadium
                   (Jumping Jack Flash/You Got Me Rocking/Tumbling Dice/Harlem Shuffle/
                    Monkey Man/You Can't Always Get What You Want/Let It Bleed/Dead
                    Flowers/Sympathy For The Devil/Honky Tonk Women/Band introduction/
                    You Got The Silver/Before They Make Me Run/Miss You/Midnight Rambler/
                    Paint It Black/Start Me Up/Brown Sugar/Gimme Shelter/Satisfaction)

190805B  5th August: internet video-stream (Twitter/RonnieWood).
                   - message by RW (in car; on his way out of MetLife Stadium, 05.08.)

190806A  6th August: ARETHA FRANKLIN.
                   DVD 'Amazing Grace' (Universal Pictures Home Entertainment 36207036, -US).
                   Director of original footage: Sydney Pollack. Filmed in January 1972 in Los
                   Angeles at, New Temple Missionary Baptist Church (see 720114A) with MJ
                   (clapping and singing along) and CW (clapping along) in the audience.
                  Note: For more info see 181112A.

190807A  7th August: CHUCK LEAVELL AND HIS ORCHESTRA. New York
                   City, Gramercy Theatre, incl.
                    - Honky Tonk Women (MJ/KR)
                    Line-up: CW (dr)/Chuck Leavell (p, voc)/Sasha Allen (voc)/Darryl Jones
                                   (bass)/Karl Denson (sax)/Matt Clifford (cowbell)/& many others
                    Note: Streamed by The Relix Channel.

190810A  10th August: Denver, Colorado, Broncos Stadium at Mile High. Soundcheck, incl.
                    - Jam ( )
                    Note: A short private video exists from this soundcheck-jam.

190810B  10th August: Denver, Colorado, Broncos Stadium at Mile High
                    (Street Fighting Man/Let's Spend The Night Together/Tumbling Dice/Like
                     A Rolling Stone/You Can't Always Get What You Want/Sweet Virginia/Dead
                     Flowers/Sympathy For The Devil/Honky Tonk Women/Band introduction/
                     You Got The Silver/Before They Make Me Run/Miss You/Midnight Rambler/
                     Paint It Black/Start Me Up/Jumping Jack Flash/Brown Sugar/Gimme Shelter/
                     Satisfaction)
                    Note: A private from the complete show exists.

190811A  11th August: internet video-stream (Twitter/RonnieWood).
                    - message by RW (in car; leaving hotel to drive to Broncos Stadium, 10.08.)

190811B  11th August: internet video-stream (Twitter/RonnieWood).
                    - message by RW (in car; approaching Broncos Stadium, 10.08.)

190811C  11th August: internet video-stream (Twitter/RonnieWood).
                    - message by RW (backstage; on his way to the stage, 10.08.)

190813A  13th August: internet video-stream (Twitter/RonnieWood).
                    - message by RW (from Seattle, Space Needle tower in the back)

190814A  14th August: Seattle, Washington, CenturyLink Field
                   (Street Fighting Man/You Got Me Rocking/Tumbling Dice/Beast Of                       
                    Burden/You Can't Always Get What You Want/Sweet Virginia/Dead
                    Flowers/Sympathy For The Devil/Honky Tonk Women/Band introduction/
                    You Got The Silver/Before They Make Me Run/Miss You/Midnight
                    Rambler/Paint It Black/Start Me Up/Jumping Jack Flash/Brown Sugar/
                    Gimme Shelter/Satisfaction)

190815A  15th August: internet video-stream (Twitter/RonnieWood).
                   - message by RW (in car; leaving Seattle-gig 14.08.)

190816A  16th August: internet video-stream (Twitter/RonnieWood).
                   - message by RW (standing in front of Edgewater Hotel, Seattle)

190818A  18th August: internet video-stream (Twitter/RonnieWood).
                   - message by RW (backstage; before heading to the stage, Santa Clara)

190818B  18th August: Santa Clara, California, Levi's Stadium
                   (Jumping Jack Flash/Let's Spend The Night Together/Tumbling Dice/Out
                    Of Control/Rocks Off/You Can't Always Get What You Want/Sweet
                    Virginia/Let It Bleed/Sympathy For The Devil/Honky Tonk Women/
                    Band introduction/You Got The Silver/Before They Make Me Run/Miss
                    You/Midnight Rambler/Paint It Black/Start Me Up/Brown Sugar/Gimme
                    Shelter/Satisfaction)

190819A  19th August: US radio (Sirius XM) 'Off The Cuff'. Host: Theodora Richards.
                    - interview with RW by Theodora Richards (Philadelphia 22.07.)
                    - Guitar Shuffle (William Broonzy) -RW on guitar
                    - Smokestack Lightnin' (Chester Burnett) -RW on guitar (intro only)
                    - Johnny B. Goode (Chuck Berry) -RW on guitar (intro only)
                    - We're All Gonna Miss Chuck Berry (RW) -RW on guitar and vocals

190822A  22nd August: internet video-stream (YouTube/"some planespotter").
                   - arrival of the Stones on Hollywood Burbank Airport

190822B  22nd August: internet video-stream (Twitter/RonnieWood).
                   - message by RW (in car; heading to Rose Bowl for soundcheck)

190822C  22nd August: Pasadena, California, Rose Bowl
                   (Street Fighting Man/You Got Me Rocking/Tumbling Dice/She's A  
                    Rainbow/You Can't Always Get What You Want/Sweet Virginia/Dead
                    Flowers/Sympathy For The Devil/Honky Tonk Women/Band introduction/
                    You Got The Silver/Before They Make Me Run/Miss You/Paint It Black/
                    Midnight Rambler/Start Me Up/Jumping Jack Flash/Brown Sugar/
                    Gimme Shelter/Satisfaction)

190822D  22nd August: US TV (CBSN Los Angeles) 'News', incl.
                   - Street Fighting Man (MJ/KR) -Pasadena, August 22, part only
                   - You Got me Rocking (MJ/KR) -Pasadena, August 22, part only

190825A  25th August: internet video-stream (Twitter/RonnieWood).
                   - message by RW (on airport; just arriving in Arizona)

190826A  26th August: internet video-stream (Twitter/RonnieWood).
                   - message by RW (in car; arriving at Glendale's State Farm Stadium)

190826B  26th August: internet video-stream (Twitter/RonnieWood).
                   - message by RW (backstage at Glendale's State Farm Stadium)

190826C  26th August: Glendale, Arizona, State Farm Stadium
                   (Jumping Jack Flash/Let's Spend The Night Together/Tumbling Dice/Sad
                    Sad Sad/Get Off Of My Cloud/You Can't Always Get What You Want/
                    Sweet Virginia/Dead Flowers/Sympathy For The Devil/Honky Tonk
                    Women/Band introduction/You Got The Silver/Before They Make Me
                    Run/Miss You/Paint It Black/Midnight Rambler/Start Me Up/Brown
                    Sugar/Gimme Shelter/Satisfaction)
                   Note: A private video of the complete show exists.

190827A  27th August: internet video-stream (Twitter/RonnieWood).
                   - message by RW (about some upcoming things at Ronnie Wood Store)

190829A  29th August: internet video-stream (Twitter/RonnieWood).
                   - message by RW (presenting his new set of drawings The Band's Hands)

190830A  30th August: SHERYL CROW.
                   CD 'Threads' (Big Machine/The Valory Music Co. 00843930041411).
                   Producer: Steve Jordan. Sound engineer: Dave O'Donnell. Incl. one track
                   recorded in June 2016 at NYC's Germano Studios:
                   - The Worst (MJ/KR)
                   Line-up: KR (gtr, bass, p, bvoc)/Sheryl Crow (voc, wurlitzer)/Steve Jordan
                                  (dr)

190830B  30th August: internet video-stream (Twitter/RonnieWood).
                   - message by RW (in car; approaching Miami's Hard Rock Stadium)

190830C  30th August: Miami, Florida, Hard Rock Stadium
                   (Jumping Jack Flash/It's Only Rock'n Roll/Tumbling Dice/Out Of Control/
                    Under My Thumb/You Can't Always Get What You Want/Sweet Virginia/
                    Dead Flowers/Sympathy For The Devil/Honky Tonk Women/Band
                    introduction/You Got The Silver/Before They Make Me Run/Miss You/
                    Paint It Black/Midnight Rambler/Start Me Up/Brown Sugar/Gimme Shelter/
                    Satisfaction)
                   Note: Concert pushed forward by one day due to upcoming hurricane Dorian.
                             A private video of the complete show exists.

190830D  30th August: internet video-stream (Twitter/RonnieWood).
                   - message by RW (leaving stage at Miami's Hard Rock Stadium in the rain)

190830E  30th August: internet video-stream (Twitter/RonnieWood).
                   - two messages by RW (in car; leaving Miami's Hard Rock Stadium)

190903A  3rd September: internet video-stream (Instagram Stories/SallyWood1).
                   - footage of RW & Sally Wood (in New Fairfield, Connecticut)

190905A  5th September: internet video-stream (Instagram/SallyWood1).
                   - footage of RW doing a basketball trick (probably in New Fairfield, CT)

190907A  7th September: Venice, Italy, Palazzo del Cinema.
                   Press conference by MJ, Giuseppe Capotondi, Elizabeth Debicki, Donald
                   Sutherland and Claes Bang.
                   Note: Also footage of MJ's arrival (by boat) and on the red carpet exists.

190907B  7th September: Venice, Italy, '76th Venice Film Festival' (La Biennale di
                   Venezia), Palazzo del Cinema, Sala Grande.
                   Premiere of the movie The Burnt Orange Heresy. Director: Giuseppe
                   Capotondi. Starring MJ (as Cassidy), Donald Sutherland, Claes Bang and
                   Elizabeth Debicki.
                  Note: Filmed on October 2018 in Italy (see 181000A).

190908A  8th September: RONNIE WOOD WITH HIS WILD FIVE.
                   Download-track (BMG). Producer: RW. Mixed by Bob Clearmountain. 
                   Recorded live in Wimborne, Tivoli Theatre on November 13, 2018.
                   - I'm Talking About You (Chuck Berry)
                   Line-up: RW (gtr, voc)/Ben Waters (p)/Dion 'Disse' Egtved (bass)/Dexter
                                  Hercules (dr)
                   Note: Taken from the upcoming live album Mad Lad (due out November 15).

190912A  12th September: UK TV (Sky Sports 5), 'Cricket - 5th test match England vs.
                   Australia', incl.
                   - MJ as spectator at Oval Cricket Ground, London

190914A  14th September: KENNEY JONES AND FRIENDS. Virginia Water, England,
                    Wentworth Golf Club, incl.
                    - Ooh La La (RW/Ronnie Lane)
                    - Stay With Me (RW/Rod Stewart)
                    - I’m Losing You (Norman Whitfield/Eddie Holland/Cornelius Grant)
                    - Maggie May (Rod Stewart Martin Quittenton)
                    - Sweet Little Rock And Roller (Chuck Berry)
                    - Twistin’ The Night Away (Sam Cooke)
                    Line-up: RW (gtr, voc)/Rod Stewart (voc)/Kenney Jones (dr)/Jim Cregan (gtr)/
                                   Pat Davey (bass)/Johnson-Jay Medwik-Daley (gtr)/Mackenzie Cregan
                                   (gtr)/Ben Mills (gtr)/Sam Tanner (keyb)
                    Note: Some kind of Faces reunion for charity (raising funds for the Prostate
                              Project and European Tour Foundation).

190916A  16th September: Canadian TV (GTN) 'Entertainment Tonight Canada', incl.
                    - speech by Rod Stewart (with RW standing next to him) -Wentworth 14.09.

190924A  24th September: US radio (SiriusXM Volume) 'Layin' It Down'.
                   - interview with CW by Steve Jordan (NYC, Germano Studios, August 6)

191003A  3rd October: RONNIE WOOD WITH HIS WILD FIVE.
                   Download-track (BMG). Producer: RW. Mixed by Bob Clearmountain. 
                   Recorded live in Wimborne, Tivoli Theatre on November 13, 2018.
                   - Rock And Roll Music (Chuck Berry)
                   Line-up: RW (gtr, bvoc)/Imelda May (voc)/Ben Waters (p)/Dion 'Disse' Egtved
                                  (bass)/Dexter Hercules (dr)
                   Note: Taken from the upcoming live album Mad Lad (due out November 15).

191011A  11th October: internet video-stream (Twitter/RonnieWood).
                   - message by RW (in his London art studio, painting ceramics)

191012A  12th October: internet video-stream (Twitter & Facebook/RonnieWood).
                   - message by RW (at home in London, listening to Chuck Berry)

191012B  12th October: internet video-stream (YouTube/Red Carpet News TV).
                    - interview with RW (while entering the National Film Theatre Southbank)
                    Note: Uploaded on January 7, 2020.

191012C  12th October: London, National Film Theatre Southbank, 'BFI London Film
                    Festival 2019'. Premiere of the documentary 'Somebody Up There Likes Me'
                    about RW. Director: Mike Figgis. Incl.
                    - speech by RW
                    + footage of RW entering the building and during the photo call
                    The movie includes the following interesting footage:
                    - harmonica instrumental by RW
                    - interview with RW
                    - Wee Wee Hours (Chuck Berry) -Wimborne, 13.11.2018, part only
                    - interview with Imelda May
                    - Midnight Special (Huddie Ledbetter) -RW on guitar and vocals
                    - Hard Travelin' (Guthrie/Ledbetter/Houston) -RW on guitar and vocals
                    - interview with Damien Hirst
                    - guitar instrumental by RW
                    - interview with MJ
                    - Carol (Chuck Berry) -TV Nordzee, Scheveningen, 08.08.1964, part only
                    - That's All I Need For You (RW/Tony Munroe) -from The Deadly Bees-
                          movie 1966, part only
                    - interview with Rod Stewart
                    - Ooh La La (RW/Rod Stewart) -RW on guitar and vocals
                    - Stay With Me (RW/Rod Stewart) -BBC London, 26.10.1971, part only
                    - interview with KR
                    - Mystifies Me (RW) -Kilburn 14.07.1974, part only
                    - lap steel instrumental by RW
                    - interview with CW
                    - When The Whip Comes Down (MJ/KR) -Fort Worth 18.07.1978,part only
                    - interview with Sally Wood
                    - Breathe On Me (RW) -RW on guitar and vocals
                    + lap steel instrumental by RW (with added instruments) -as cast roll music
                    Note: Probably all interviews were conducted by Mike Figgis in London in
                              Spring 2019.

191013A  13th October: internet video-stream (Twitter & Instagram/RonnieWood).
                    - message by RW (in his London art studio, showing his painted ceramics)

191014A  14th October: internet video-stream (YouTube/The Upcoming)
                    - interview with RW by Filippo L'Astorina (O2 Shepherd's Bush Empire 12.10.)

191017A  17th October: internet video-stream (Instagram/Patti Hansen).
                    - KR playing with fire and an ashtray (probably at his home in Connecticut)

191018A  18th October: internet video-stream (Twitter & Instagram stories/Ronnie Wood).
                    - message by RW ("Happy Birthday Chuck Berry")

191018B  18th October: internet video-stream (Instagram/Sally Wood1).
                    RW (gtr, voc) and Ben Waters (p, voc) jam at RW's house in London:                 
                    - Little Queenie (Chuck Berry)

191028A  28th October: internet video-stream (Instagram/Sally Wood1).
                   RW (voc) at his house in London sings one line of
                   - Papa Was A Rollin' Stone (Norman Whitfield/Barrett Strong)

191028B  28th October: internet video-stream (Twitter/Ronnie Wood).
                   - message by RW (at his London art studio, wishing "a Happy Monday")

191030A  30th October: RONNIE WOOD WITH HIS WILD FIVE.
                   Download-track (BMG). Producer: RW. Mixed by Bob Clearmountain. 
                   Recorded live in Wimborne, Tivoli Theatre on November 13, 2018.
                   - Mad Lad (Chuck Berry)
                   Line-up: RW (gtr)/Ben Waters (p)/Dion 'Disse' Egtved (bass)/Dexter Hercules (dr)
                   Note: Taken from the upcoming live album Mad Lad (due out November 15).

191031A  31st October: internet video-stream (Instagram/Sally Wood1).
                   RW dressed as a vampire for Halloween (at his house in London)

191031B  31st October: internet video-stream (Twitter & Instagram/Ronnie Wood).
                   - message by RW ("Happy Halloween")

191106A  6th November: internet video-stream (Twitter & Instagram/Ronnie Wood).
                   - message by RW (at home in London, about upcoming Manchester-gig)
                   + I'm Talking About You (Chuck Berry)
                   Line-up: RW (gtr, voc)/Ben Waters (p)

191107A  7th November: internet video-streams (Twitter & Instagram/Ronnie Wood).
                   - RW switching on the Christmas lights on Carnaby Street, London

191108A  8th November: THE ROLLING STONES.
                   DVD & 2 CD's 'Bridges To Buenos Aires' (Eagle Vision EAGDV112). Filmed
                   and recorded live in Buenos Aires, April 5, 1998. Directed by Jim Gable and
                   Dick Carruthers. Sound mixed by Sam Wheat.
                   - Satisfaction (MJ/KR)
                   - Let’s Spend The Night Together (MJ/KR)
                   - Flip The Switch (MJ/KR)
                   - Gimme Shelter (MJ/KR)
                    - Sister Morphine (MJ/KR/Marianne Faithfull)
                    - It's Only Rock'n Roll (MJ/KR)
                    - Saint Of Me (MJ/KR)
                    - Out Of Control (MJ/KR)
                    - Miss You (MJ/KR)
                    - Like A Rolling Stone (Bob Dylan)
                    - Band introduction
                    - Thief In The Night (MJ/KR/Pierre De Beauport)
                    - Wanna Hold You (MJ/KR)
                    - Little Queenie (Chuck Berry)
                    - When The Whip Comes Down (MJ/KR)
                    - You Got Me Rocking (MJ/KR)
                    - Sympathy For The Devil (MJ/KR)
                    - Tumbling Dice (MJ/KR)
                    - Honky Tonk Women (MJ/KR)
                    - Start Me Up (MJ/KR)
                    - Jumping Jack Flash (MJ/KR)
                    - You Can’t Always Get What You Want (MJ/KR)
                    - Brown Sugar (MJ/KR)
                    Line-up: MJ (voc, gtr, harm)/KR (gtr, voc)/RW (gtr, p, bvoc)/CW (dr)/Darryl
                                  Jones (bass, bvoc)/Bobby Keys (tsax)/Chuck Leavell (keyb, bvoc)/
                                  Lisa Fischer and Bernard Fowler (bvoc, perc)/Blondie Chaplin (bvoc,
                                  perc, gtr)/The New West Horns [Andy Snitzer (sax, keyb)/Michael
                                  Davis (tb)/Kent Smith (tp)](brass)
                    Note: With special guest Bob Dylan (gtr, voc) on Like A Rolling Stone.
                           
191108B  8th November: THE ROLLING STONES.
                   Bluray/DVD 'Bridges To Buenos Aires' (Eagle Vision UIXY-75011, -Japan).
                   Japanese version with the following additional bonus footage:
                   - press conference New York City, Brooklyn Bridge 18.08.1997
                   - interview with MJ (New York City, 18.08.1997)
                   - interview with KR (New York City, 18.08.1997)
                   - interview with CW (New York City, 18.08.1997)
                   - interview with RW (New York City, 18.08.1997)

191108C  8th November: internet video-stream (YouTube/TNR PA Media Group).
                   - interview with RW (on Carnaby Street, London 07.11.)
                  + RW switching on the Christmas lights on Carnaby Street, London

191111A  11th November: internet video-stream (YouTube/Central Caribbean Marine Institute)
                    - message by BW (signing and auctioning one of his bass guitars)

191112A  12th November: French radio (RTL France) 'Laissez-vous tenter', incl.
                   - interview with RW by Steven Bellery (pre-recorded in London)

191113A  13th November: internet video-streams (Twitter & Instagram/Ronnie Wood).
                   - message by RW (about being on Jo Whiley's radio show today)

191113B  13th November: internet video-streams (Twitter & Instagram/Ronnie Wood).
                    RW (voc) and Ben Waters (p, bvoc) rehearsing for BBC2's Jo Whiley show:
                    - Around And Around (Chuck Berry)

191113C  13th November: RONNIE WOOD WITH HIS WILD FIVE. UK radio (BBC2)
                    'Jo Whiley', radio-session at BBC Studios, London, incl.
                    - interview with RW & Imelda May by Jo Whiley
                    - Tribute To Chuck Berry (RW)
                    - Wee Wee Hours (Chuck Berry)
                    - Back In The USA (Chuck Berry)
                  Line-up: RW (gtr, voc)/Imelda May (voc)/Ben Waters (p)/Dion 'Disse' Egtved
                                 (bass)/Dexter Hercules (dr)/Denise Gordon & Amy Mayes (bvoc)

191113D  13th November: internet video-stream (Instagram Stories/Imelda May).
                    - footage of RW and Disse (backstage at Jo Whiley's BBC2 radio show)

191114A  14th November: RONNIE WOOD WITH HIS WILD FIVE.
                    Release of an official promo video (filmed in L.A., probably in August)
                    - Mad Lad (Chuck Berry)
                    Starring: RW (lap steel) & a big black limousine

191114B  14th November: French TV (France 2) 'Basique', incl.
                    - interview with RW (in London)
                   Note: A longer version of this was streamed on Basique's facebook page.

191114C  14th November: internet video-stream (YouTube/Bremont Watch Company)
                    - RW presents his 1947 Watch Collection, which he designed for Bremont

191114D  14th November: London, Knightsbridge, Watches Of Switzerland-store
                    Launch of the new Bremont 1947 Watch Collection, attended by RW, incl.
                    - interview with RW by Nick & Giles English
                    Note: A facebook stream of this event exists.

191114E  14th November: internet video-stream (Instagram/Matt Lee)
                   - message by RW (congratulations to Matt Lee for his Guiness Book-entry)

191114F  14th November: RONNIE WOOD WITH HIS WILD FIVE. UK TV (BBC2)
                   'Later… With Jools Holland'. Telerecorded on October 21. Incl.
                   - Rock & Roll Music (Chuck Berry)
                   - interview with RW & Imelda May by Jools Holland
                   - Johnny B. Goode (Chuck Berry)
                   Line-up: RW (gtr, voc)/Imelda May (voc)/Ben Waters (p)/Dion 'Disse' Egtved
                                  (bass)/Dexter Hercules (dr)/Jools Holland (p, bvoc)

191115A  15th November: RONNIE WOOD WITH HIS WILD FIVE.
                   CD 'Mad Lad - A Live Tribute To Chuck Berry' (BMG 538527702). Recorded live
                   in Wimborne, England, Tivoli Theatre on November 13, 2018. Recorded by Will
                   Shapland, mixed by Bob Clearmountain, with exception of Tribute To Chuck
                   Berry, which is a studio recording (with faked live sound), probably recorded in
                   London at The Engine Room in May 2019.
                   - Tribute To Chuck Berry (RW)
                   - Talking About You (Chuck Berry)
                   - Mad Lad (Chuck Berry)
                   - Wee Wee Hours (Chuck Berry)
                   - Almost Grown (Chuck Berry)
                   - Back In The USA (Chuck Berry)
                   - Blue Feeling (Chuck Berry)
                   - Worried Life Blues (Maceo Merriweather)
                   - Little Queenie (Chuck Berry)
                   - Rock & Roll Music (Chuck Berry)
                   - Johnny B. Goode (Chuck Berry)
                    Line-up: RW (gtr, voc)/Ben Waters (p, voc)/Imelda May (voc)/Tom Waters (asax)/
                                   Antti Snellman (tsax)/Dion 'Disse' Egtved (bass)/Dexter Hercules (dr)/
                                   Denise Gordon (bvoc)/Amy Mayes (bvoc)

191115B  15th November: internet video-streams (Twitter & Instagram/Ronnie Wood).
                   - message by RW (about Mad Lad being released today)

191115C  15th November: internet video-stream (YouTube/Must See TV)
                   RW at the launch of his new designed Bremont watch collection (London 14.11.)

191115D  15th November: London, Mayfair, Bremont-store
                    2nd launch of the new Bremont 1947 Watch Collection, attended by RW, incl.
                    - interview with RW by Nick & Giles English
                    Note: A facebook stream of this event exists.

191115E  15th November: RONNIE WOOD WITH HIS WILD FIVE. UK TV (BBC2)
                    'Later… With Jools Holland'. Telerecorded on October 21. Co-hosts: RW &
                    Imelda May. Incl.
                    - interview with RW & Imelda May by Jools Holland
                    - Johnny B. Goode (Chuck Berry)
                    - interview with RW, Imelda May & Lewis Capaldi by Jools Holland
                    - Mad Lad (Chuck Berry)
                    - Rock & Roll Music (Chuck Berry)
                    Line-up: RW (gtr, voc)/Imelda May (voc)/Ben Waters (p)/Dion 'Disse' Egtved
                                   (bass)/Dexter Hercules (dr)/Jools Holland (p, bvoc)
                   Note: All songs and footage are different from the ones aired on November 14.

191116A  16th November: BEN WATERS. London, Under The Bridge
                    With special guest RW on vocals and guitar on:
                    - Don't Lie To Me (Chuck Berry)
                    - Betty Jean (Chuck Berry)
                     Line-up: RW (gtr, voc)/Ben Waters (p)/Tom Waters (asax)/Antti Snellman
                                    (tsax)/Dion 'Disse' Egtved (bass)/Dexter Hercules (dr)/Denise Gordon
                                    (bvoc)/Amy Mayes (bvoc)

191116B  16th November: internet video-stream (Twitter/Ronnie Wood).
                   - Betty Jean (Chuck Berry) -London, Under The Bridge 16.11., part only

191120A  20th November: internet video-stream (Instagram Stories/Ronnie Wood).
                   - Back In The USA (Chuck Berry) -soundcheck, London, 20.11., part only

20th - 27th November: RONNIE WOOD WITH HIS WILD FIVE. UK-gigs.
                   Line-up: RW (gtr, voc)/Imelda May (voc)/Ben Waters (p)/Dion 'Disse' Egtved
                                  (bass)/Dexter Hercules (dr)/Denise Gordon & Amy Mayes (bvoc)/Tom
                                  Waters (asax)/Antti Snellman (tsax)/

191120B  20th November: RONNIE WOOD WITH HIS WILD FIVE. London, All Saints
                   Church

191120C  20th November: internet video-stream (Twitter & Instagram/Ronnie Wood).
                   - Johnny B. Goode (Chuck Berry) -London, 20.11., part only
                   Note: RW also posted lots of fragments from other songs in his Instagram Stories.

191120D  20th November: internet video-stream (Twitter & Instagram/Ronnie Wood).
                   - message by RW (London, 20.11., standing in front of Shepherd's Bush Empire)

191121A  21st November: RONNIE WOOD WITH HIS WILD FIVE. London, O2
                   Shepherd's Bush Empire. Soundcheck. Incl.
                   (Almost Grown/Talking About You/Rock & Roll Music/No Money Down/
                    Memphis, Tennessee/Don't Lie To Me)
                   Note: The listed songs are the end of the soundcheck, which was held before
                              an audience (for purchasers of V.I.P-tickets).

191121A  21st November: internet video-stream (Twitter/Ronnie Wood).
                   - Run Rudolph Run (Brody/Marks) -soundcheck, London, 21.11., part only

191121B  21st November: RONNIE WOOD WITH HIS WILD FIVE. London, O2
                   Shepherd's Bush Empire
                   (Sweet Little Sixteen/Little Queenie/Talking About You/Don't Lie To Me/
                    Blue Feeling/Wee Wee Hours/Sweet Little Rock'n Roller/Tribute To Chuck
                    Berry/Mad Lad/Almost Grown/Back In The USA/Memphis, Tennessee/Run
                    Rudolph Run/Betty Jean/No Money Down/Let It Rock/Rock & Roll Music/
                    Bye Bye Johnny/Carol/Johnny B. Goode)
                   Note: A private video of almost the whole show exists (only a few seconds
                             missing). With special guests Lulu (voc) on Run Rudolph Run and Lulu and
                             Jack Broadbent (bvoc) on Bye Bye Johnny and Johnny B. Goode.

191121C  21st November: internet video-stream (Twitter/Ronnie Wood).
                   - message by RW (at home in London; "thanks you for coming to the gigs")

191122A  22nd November: ROD STEWART WITH THE ROYAL PHILHARMONIC
                   ORCHESTRA.
                   2 CD's 'You're In My Heart' (Warner Records 603497849659). Producer: Trevor
                   Horn. Incl. three songs originally recorded in 1971 (Stay With Me) and 1993
                   (Unplugged And Seated-versions) with RW on guitar, now overdubbed with
                   strings and brass by the Royal Philharmonic Orchestra.
                   - Maggie May (Rod Stewart/Martin Quittenton) -see 930521A for the original
                   - Reason To Believe (Tim Hardin) -see 930521A for the original version
                   - Stay With Me (RW/Rod Stewart) -see RW711117A for the original version

191125A  25th November: internet video-stream (Twitter & Instagram/Ronnie Wood).
                   - message by RW (about the regular premiere of his documentary on Nov. 26)

191125B  25th November: RONNIE WOOD WITH HIS WILD FIVE. Birmingham,
                   England, Symphony Hall. Soundcheck.
                   (Sweet Little Rock'n Roller/Let It Rock/Memphis, Tennessee/No Money
                    Down/Carol Betty Jean/Little Queenie/Don't Lie To Me/Tribute To Chuck
                    Berry/Sweet Little Sixteen)
                   Note: The listed songs are the end of the soundcheck, which was held before
                              an audience (for purchasers of V.I.P-tickets).

191125C  25th November: RONNIE WOOD WITH HIS WILD FIVE. Birmingham,
                    England, Symphony Hall
                   Note: With special guest Jack Broadbent (bvoc) on Johnny B. Goode.

191125D  25th November: internet video-stream (Twitter & Instagram Stories/Ronnie Wood).
                   - message by RW ("Thank you Birmingham", while leaving Symphony Hall)

191125E  25th November: internet video-stream (Twitter/Tina Turner).
                   - message by RW ("Happy Birthday Tina!")

191126B  26th November: internet video-stream (Twitter & Instagram/Ronnie Wood).
                   - Proud Mary (John Fogerty) -RW on guitar and vocals, Ben Waters on piano and
                        vocals (rendition for Tina Turner, who turned 80 this day)
 

191127A  27th November: RONNIE WOOD WITH HIS WILD FIVE. Manchester,
 
                  England, Opera House

191130A  30th November: UK radio (BBC Radio 4) 'Altamont: The Death Of The Hippie
                   Dream'. 1-hour Altamont 50th anniversary special. Incl.
                   - interview with Jo Bergmann
                   - interview with Ronnie Schneider
                   - interview with Sam Cutler
                   + interview(s) with MJ (all archival)
                   + interview with KR (archival)

191203A  3rd December: London, Picturehouse Central
                   Q&A with RW and Mike Figgis.
                   Note: A private video of the whole Q&A exists.

191206A  6th December: UK TV (BBC) 'BBC News', incl.
                   - interview with CW (London, Heathrow Airport 08.12.69)
                   - interview with author Joel Selvin (about Altamont)

191212A  12th December: internet video-stream (Twitter & Instagram/Ronnie Wood).
                   - RW arriving at his pop-up store, Baker Street, London

191212B  12th December: internet video-stream (Twitter & Instagram/Ronnie Wood).
                   - RW showing his pop-up store, Baker Street, London

191212C  12th December: internet video-stream (Instagram Stories/Ronnie Wood).
                   - RW painting a huge bowl at his pop-up store, Baker Street, London

191213A  13th December: internet video-stream (Twitter & Instagram Stories/Ronnie Wood).
                    - message by RW ("come along" to his pop-up store, Baker Street, London)

191213B  13th December: internet video-stream (Facebook & Instagram Stories/Ronnie
                    Wood).
                    Footage of "live painting" by RW (at his pop-up store, Baker Street, London)

191214A  14th December: internet video-stream (Twitter & Instagram/Ronnie Wood).
                    - footage of RW signing autographs at his pop-up store, Baker Street, London

191215A  15th December: internet video-stream (Twitter & Instagram/Ronnie Wood).
                    - message by RW ("today is the last day" at his pop-up store in London)

191216A  16th December: BRIAN JONES. London, Regent Street Cinema.
                    Premiere of the documentary 'Rolling Stone: Life And Death Of Brian Jones'.
                    Director: Danny Garcia.

191218A  18th December: internet video-stream (Instagram Stories/AlexandraRichards).
                    - Footage of KR sitting in a restaurant on his birthday

191218B  18th December: internet video-stream (Twitter/Ronnie Wood).
                    - message by RW (standing at St. Luke's Church, London)

191218C  18th December: RONNIE WOOD. London, St. Luke's Church
                    - RW reads Little Tree (E. E. Cummings) -unverified
                    Note: Charity event in aid of Royal Brompton & Harefield Hospitals.

191224A  24th December: internet video-stream (Instagram & Twitter/Officialkeef).
                   - message by KR ("Happy Holidays and Happy New Year")

191225A  25th December: internet video-stream (Twitter & Instagram/Ronnie Wood).
                   - message by RW ("Happy Christmas to one and all")

191226A  26th December: internet video-stream (Instagram Stories/AlexandraRichards).
                   - Run Rudolph Run (Marks/Brodie) -X-mas jam at KR's home in Weston, CT
                   Line-up: KR (gtr)/Alexandra Richards (voc)/Jaques Naude (gtr)/… (p)… (dr)

191228A  28th December: internet video-stream (Instagram/SallyWood1).
                   - footage of a chocolate table cracker exploding (RW commenting from the off)

191231A  31st December: internet video-stream (Twitter & Facebook/Ronnie Wood).
                   - message by RW ("Happy 2020")

191231B  31st December: internet video-stream (Twitter/Ronnie Wood).
                   - message by RW ("Let's make this decade roaring 20's")

191231C  31st December: THE ROLLING STONES. Internet video-streams
                   (YouTube/Abkco Records & Films/69RSTRAX). Copyright extension
                   uploads, incl.
                   - Country Honk I (MJ/KR) -Olympic Sound Studios, London May 1969;
                       instrumental
                   - Let It Bleed I (MJ/KR) -Olympic Sound Studios, London March 9, 1969;
                       nearly instrumental
                   - Love In Vain I (Robert Johnson) -Olympic Sound Studios, London, May 23,
                       1968; blusier version with washboard
                   - Midnight Rambler I (MJ/KR) -Olympic Sound Studios, London February 9 or
                       10, 1969; short instrumental
                   - Ruby Tuesday (MJ/KR) -Olympic Sound Studios, London, December
                        8, 1968; Rock And Roll Circus-rehearsal
                   - Sister Morphine II (MJ/KR/Marianne Faithfull) -Olympic Sound Studios,
                        London March 1969; early version (longer than previously circulating
                        recordings of this version)
                   - Stray Cat Blues I (MJ/KR) -Olympic Sound Studios, London March 1968;
                        instrumental
                   - Sympathy For The Devil (MJ/KR) -Olympic Sound Studios, London, December
                        8, 1968; Rock And Roll Circus-rehearsal
                   - Wild Horses VIII (MJ/KR) -Olympic Sound Studios, London, October 1970 or
                        earlier in 1970; Acoustic Version with additional strings and glass
                        harmonica
                   - You Can't Always Get What You Want III (MJ/KR) -Olympic Sound Studios,
                        London March 15, 1969; overdub sessions of choral parts by ca. 50 members
                        of the London Bach Choir, arranged by Jack Nitzsche (on piano) and with
                        guide vocals by MJ
                   + complete New York City 27.11.1969 in soundboard quality (see 691127A)
                   + first three songs from New York City 28.11.1969 1st show in soundboard
                        quality (see 691128A)
                   + complete New York City 28.11.1969 2nd show in soundboard quality (see
                          691128C)