Former Rolling Stone Mick Taylor Announces Australian Dates -
Mick Taylor, Noise11, photo

Former Rolling Stone Mick Taylor Announces Australian Dates

by Paul Cashmere on November 30, 2012

in Live,News

Mick Taylor, the Rolling Stones guitarist after Brian Jones and before Ron Wood, will tour Australia in April.

Mick Taylor

Mick Taylor

Taylor performed with The Stones for the 50 and Counting show in London earlier this week.

He joined The Rolling Stones after the death of Brian Jones first playing on the ‘Let It Bleed’ tracks ‘Country Honk’ and ‘Live With Me’ and then on the ‘Honky Tonk Women’ single and ‘Get Yer Ya Ya’s Out’ live album.

Taylor was then the guitarist in the Rolling Stones for the albums ‘Sticky Fingers’, ‘Exile On Main Street’, ‘Goats Head Soup’ and ‘Its Only Rock ‘n Roll’. He left the band in December, 1974.

Tickets for Mick Taylor The Guitar Legend Returns tour for Lennard Promotions go on sale on December 4.

Dates are:

April 18, Adelaide, Governor Hindmarsh
April 19, Melbourne, Ferntree Gully Hotel
April 20 and 21, Melbourne, The Corner Hotel
April 23, Brisbane, The Hi-Fi
April 24, Coolangatta, Coolangatta Hotel
April 26, Newcastle, Lizottes
April 27, Sydney, The Metro


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