Dates: Rodriguez Stadium Mexico City Mexico (14,16,18,20)
Pacaembu Stadium Sao Paulo Brazil (27,28.30)
The year starts in Stones' usual breathless fashion -- this time because of the high altitude of Mexico City's Aerodrome Stadium. A lack of oxygen was no problem throughout the South American leg of the tour. Having never played South America as a band before, the Stones are greeted with a fever-pitch hysteria that's overwhelming, even by Latin standards. In Argentina, they are mobbed wherever they go and are kept awake by 5:00 a.m. reprises of the chorus of "Wild Horses."
10th: The Stones shooting of a promo film of "I Go Wild" in Mexico City.
11th - 13th: Rehearsals in Mexico City, Mexico.
14th: The Voodoo Lounge World Tour
Dates: Maracana Stadium Rio de Janeiro Brazil (2,4,)
River Plate Stadium Buenos Aires Argentina (9,11,12,14,16,)
Estadio National Santiago Chile (19)
Ellis Park Johannesburg South Africa (24,25)
4th: Brazilian TV live telecast of the complete show at Estadio Maracana, Rio de Janeiro.
16th: Argentinean TV live telecast of the complete show at River Plate Buenos Aires.
25th: South African TV live telecast of the complete show at Ellis Park Stadium, Johannesburg.
Dates: Tokyo Dome Tokyo Japan (6,8,9,12,14,16,17)
Fukuoka Dome Fukuoka Japan (22,23)
Melbourne Cricket Ground Melbourne Australia (27,28)
1st: The Stones win two Grammy awards for Voodoo Lounge.
3rd - 5th : The Stones working in Toshiba-EMI Studios, Tokyo, Japan.
14th: Ron Wood celebrates his wife Jo's birthday at the Hard Rock Café in Tokyo, Japan, and sings karaoke.
Dates: Sydney Cricket Ground Sydney Australia (1,2) West Lakes Football Ground Adelaide Australia (5) Perry Lakes Stadium Perth Australia (8) ANZ Sports Ground Brisbane Australia (12) Western Springs Auckland New Zealand (16,17)
Dates: Paradiso, Amsterdam Holland (26,27)
25th: An extremely rare Little Boy Blue And The Blue Boys-tape is sold at Christies in London for 50,000 Pounds. It’s later discovered that Mick is the mystery buyer-
26th: Dutch Stones fans go mad when tickets go on sale, for two small club dates at the 500-capacity club Paradiso in Amsterdam. Fans gather across town at various rumoured ticket outlets and at 10am they learn exactly which outlets will really be selling tickets. opens and only 530 tickets and wristbands go on sale for a mere eight Pounds each.
That night, the Stones play their first warm-up Paradiso gig under the title “The Foot Tappers and Wheel Shunters Club Gig” and treat the audience to rarities such as “Respectable” and “The Spider And The Fly,” which is where Mick updates the lyrics and sings,
“She was common, shifty, she looked about 50!”
The band premières “Shine A Light” and the Dylan-cover “Like A Rolling Stone” for their upcoming stadium shows.
27th: The Stones play their second Paradiso club-gig and so not to disappoint the thousands of unlucky concert-goers, they erect a huge video screen on Museum Square. The concert is simultaneously shown on this screen.
30th - 31st: Tour-rehearsals in Globen, Stockholm, Sweden.
Dates: Olympic Stadium Stockholm Sweden (3) Olympic Stadium Helsinki Finland (6) Valle Hovin Oslo Norway (9) Parken Copenhagen Denmark (11) Goffert Park Nijmegen Holland (13,14) Pink Pop Site Landgraaf Holland (18)
Mungersdorfer Stadium Cologne Germany (20) Niedersachsen Stadium Hannover Germany (22) Festival Site
Werchter Belgium (24,25) Longchamps Paris France (30)
“I Go Wild” is the new Stones single, out this month in various formats around the globe. The song has to be censored in The States because of the inclusion of the word “c*nts.”
- I Go Wild (MJ/KR) -album version
- I Go Wild (MJ/KR) -Scott Litt Remix
- I Go Wild (MJ/KR) -live in Miami 25.11.94
- I Go Wild (MJ/KR) -Luis Resto Straight Vocal Mix
1st - 2nd: Tour-rehearsals at Olympic Stadium, Stockholm, Sweden.
3rd: The Voodoo Lounge European Tour starts in Sweden
11th: In Copenhagen, “Sweet Virginia” pops up during the show and is played only four more times on subsequent dates.
Dates: Longchamps Paris France (1) Olympia Paris France (3) Don Valley Sheffield UK (9)
Wembley Stadium London UK (11,15,16 ) Brixton Academy London UK (19) El Molinon Gijon Spain (22) Alvalade Stadium Lisbon Portugal (24) Grammont Montpellier France (27) St. Jakob Stadium Basel Switzerland (29,30)
2nd: The Stones, celebrate Jerry Hall's birthday at a Paris restaurant.
3rd: Stones play a Club gig at L’Olympia in Paris, France. SETLIST
19th: Brixton Academy, London, England George Harrison joined backstage. SETLIST
23rd - 26th: Stones work on studio in Estudios Valentim De Carvalho, Lisbon, Portugal.
27th: In Montpellier, they are joined on stage by Bob Dylan for the aptly-titled "Like a Rolling Stone."
Dates: Ostrich Ring Zeltweg Austria (1) Olympic Stadium Munich Germany (3) Strahov Stadium Prague Czech. Rep. (5) Nepstadion Budapest Hungary (8) Festival Site Schuttorf Germany (12) Festival Wiese Leipzig Germany (15) Olympic Stadium Berlin Germany (17) The Ring Hockenheim Germany (19) Mainmarkt Mannheim Germany (22) VW Festival Site Wolfsburg Germany (25) Kirchberg Open Air Kirchberg Luxembourg (27) Feyenoord Stadium Rotterdam Netherlands (29,30)
30th: The final concert of the Voodoo Lounge tour at Feyenoord Stadium Rotterdam, Holland
A total of 135 concerts were played during the 94/95 Voodoo Lounge world tour. More than 6,6 million seen the Stones. Financially, the Voodoo Lounge tour collected about 320 million US dollars, fairly shared by 100 million dollars each in USA, Europe and the rest of the world.
20th - 21st: Shooting of a promo film in London, - Like A Rolling Stone.
30th: The Rolling Stones' live single Like a Rolling Stone is released
CD-single recorded live on the previous European tour.
Like A Rolling Stone (Bob Dylan) -live in London 19.7.95;
Black Limousine (MJ/KR/RW) -live in London 19.7.95
All Down The Line (MJ/KR) -live in Amsterdam 27.5.95
Like A Rolling Stone (Bob Dylan) -live in London 19.7.95;
Bill Wyman and Suzanne Accosta's second child together is born, their daughter Jessica Rose
13th: CD "STRIPPED" released, recorded live on the previous European tour and in studios in Tokyo, Japan (between 3.-5.3.95) and Lisbon, Portugal (between 23.-26.7.95).
Street Fighting Man (MJ/KR) -live in Amsterdam 26.5.95
Like A Rolling Stone (Bob Dylan) -live in London 19.7.95
Not Fade Away (Norman Petty/Charles Holley) -studio recording, Lisbon
Shine A Light (MJ/KR) -live in Paris 3.7.95
The Spider And The Fly (MJ/KR) -studio recording, Tokyo
I’m Free (MJ/KR) -studio recording, Lisbon
Wild Horses (MJ/KR) -studio recording, Tokyo
Let It Bleed (MJ/KR) -live in Paris 3.7.95
Dead Flowers (MJ/KR) -live in London 19.7.95
Slipping Away (MJ/KR) -studio recording, Tokyo
Angie (MJ/KR) -live in Paris 3.7.95
Love In Vain (Robert Johnson) -studio recording, Tokyo
Sweet Virginia (MJ/KR) -studio recording, Lisbon
Little Baby (Willie Dixon) -studio recording, Tokyo
13th: CD-Rom ‘Voodoo Lounge CD Rom’ First official CD Rom of the Rolling Stones with special footage, filmed around December 11, 1994 in Minneapolis.
Release of video ‘Rolling Stones: Voodoo Lounge’ . Filmed live in Miami, 25.11.94.
Not Fade Away*Tumbling Dice*You Got Me Rocking*Satisfaction*Angie* Sweet Virginia*It’s All Over Now*Stop Breaking Down*Who Do You Love* Miss You*Honky Tonk Women*The Worst*Sympathy For The Devil*Start Me
Up*It’s Only Rock’n Roll*Brown Sugar*Jumping Jack Flash
With Sheryl Crow (bvoc) on Sweet Virginia, Robert Cray (gtr) on Stop Breaking Down, Bo Diddley (gtr, voc) on Who Do You Love, Whoopi Goldberg (bvoc) on Sweet Virginia and Jumping Jack Flash.
8th: TV Premiere ‘The Stripped TV Special’,
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