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Dean Martin presents The Rolling Stones

Thu Jul 21, 2011 3:46 am

June, 1964 - The Rolling Stones first U.S. television appearance was on the Hollywood Palace (hosted by Dean Martin), where they performed I Just Wanna Make Love To You...

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The Rolling Stones' first US tour, in June 1964, was, in Bill Wyman's words, "a disaster". When we arrived, we didn't have a hit record [there] or anything going for us." When the band appeared on Dean Martin's TV variety show The Hollywood Palace, Martin mocked both their hair and their performance.

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Re: Dean Martin presents The Rolling Stones

Thu Jul 21, 2011 9:55 pm

Wonderful! Those Hollywood Palace shows boasted some great talent and sensational performances . . . And Dean, besides being a fine actor and a great singer, was a really good presenter. The Stones were pretty sharp, too . . .

Re: Dean Martin presents The Rolling Stones

Fri Jul 22, 2011 1:19 am

Love this clip! Two of my favourite acts.

I went to the same secondary school (high school) as Bill Wyman, but only found out after I left!

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Langley_Pa ... ble_alumni

Rob Key, the rotund Kent Cricket captain and former England opener was my class prefect!

Re: Dean Martin presents The Rolling Stones

Fri Jul 22, 2011 1:45 am

londonflash wrote:Love this clip! Two of my favourite acts.

I went to the same secondary school (high school) as Bill Wyman, but only found out after I left!

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Langley_Pa ... ble_alumni

Rob Key, the rotund Kent Cricket captain and former England opener was my class prefect!


I had a few pals that went to that school. I was only out in Beckenham for a night out last friday as it goes!

But seriously the South-East London area has some great Rock n Roll roots. Status Quo and other members of The Rolling Stones - Mick and Keith - both grew up around here.

Re: Dean Martin presents The Rolling Stones

Fri Jul 22, 2011 2:06 am

Good Time Charlie wrote:
londonflash wrote:Love this clip! Two of my favourite acts.

I went to the same secondary school (high school) as Bill Wyman, but only found out after I left!

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Langley_Pa ... ble_alumni

Rob Key, the rotund Kent Cricket captain and former England opener was my class prefect!


I had a few pals that went to that school. I was only out in Beckenham for a night out last friday as it goes!

But seriously the South-East London area has some great Rock n Roll roots. Status Quo and other members of The Rolling Stones - Mick and Keith - both grew up around here.


No way! Where did you go? My drum is on the High Street.

I can recommend Friends Of Mine for some classy ladies! O'Neills ain't too bad, either, In fact, I had a couple of cheekies in there earlier on.

Re: Dean Martin presents The Rolling Stones

Fri Jul 22, 2011 2:11 am

londonflash wrote:
Good Time Charlie wrote:
londonflash wrote:Love this clip! Two of my favourite acts.

I went to the same secondary school (high school) as Bill Wyman, but only found out after I left!

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Langley_Pa ... ble_alumni

Rob Key, the rotund Kent Cricket captain and former England opener was my class prefect!


I had a few pals that went to that school. I was only out in Beckenham for a night out last friday as it goes!

But seriously the South-East London area has some great Rock n Roll roots. Status Quo and other members of The Rolling Stones - Mick and Keith - both grew up around here.


No way! Where did you go? My drum is on the High Street.

I can recommend Friends Of Mine for some classy ladies! O'Neills ain't too bad, either, In fact, I had a couple of cheekies in there earlier on.


Well we was out in Bromley but everywhere stopped letting in at 11 and seeing as one of our mates knew one of the bouncers at O'Neills in Beckenham who would let us in, we all dived in the cars and went there!

I'm a Chislehurst boy myself, but don't worry, I ain't posh! Haha.