Howlin Wolf with the Rolling Stones on Shindig in 1965 with the Shindig producer Jack Good.
How Many More Years? is a blues song recorded by Howlin Wolf. This performance is with the Rolling Stones.
Song Title: How Many More Years? Artist: Howlin Wolf and the Rolling Stones Genre: electric blues, blues Number of listens: 7003 Current rank: 1260 (updated weekly) Highest rank: 1177 (play the video all the way through to register a vote for this song)
July 12, 2012, is the 50th anniversary of the first Rolling Stones concert at Londons Marque Jazz Club.
Alexis Korners Blues Incorporated (fronted by Mick jagger) were the Thursday night regulars, but they had an appearance on a BBC live broadcast. Because Jagegr wasnt participating in the live broadcast, Brian Jones convinced the club owner, Harold Pendleton, to let their new group perform.
When Jones contacted the local listings paper Jazz News to advertise the show, he was asked the groups name. Jones used the name of the first song on a nearby LP The Best of Muddy Waters entitled Rollin Stone.
The orginal lineup was Mick Jagger on vocals, Brian Jones and Keith Richards on guiatr, Ian Stewart on piano, Dick taylor on bass, and Mick Avory on drums.
The set list:
Baby Whats Wrong
Confessin the Blues
Bright Lights, Big City
Dust My Broom
Down the Road Apiece
Im a Love You
I Aint Got You
Ride Em on Down
Back in the U.S.A.
Kind of Lonesome
Blues Before Sunrise
Big Boss Man
Dont Stay Out All Night
Tell Me You Love Me
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