This Could Be
The Last Time – A Local Tribute to Fifty Years of The Rolling
21st May 7.30 pm – Lincoln Drill Hall Cafe/Bar
It is fifty years since the Rolling Stones first entered
Olympic Studios in London, on Friday May 10th 1963, to record an aborted version
of Chuck Berry’s ‘Come On’ and a cut of Willie Dixon’s ‘I Want to Be
On Tuesday 31st December 1963 They played at
the end of year party at Lincoln Drill Hall and stayed on to see in the new
year, all except that is, Brian and Stu’ who went to the Cathedral believing it
The next day the Stones, travelled by train to Manchester to appear on
the first ever edition of Top of The Pops and played‘I Wanna Be Your Man. The Stones returned to Lincoln on the 22nd
September 1964 to play two shows at the ABC.
At Tuesdays event at Lincoln Drill Hall local musicians
will pay tribute to the Stones by performing their own versions of some of the
bands vast catalogue of songs.
Musicians confirmed so far are...
Coffee Bar Cowboys, Collin
Moss with Crossfire Hurricane (AKA Revolver), Steven
and Rose McClelland, Dave
Wishart with Maurice Mulligan, Keith
Luckey and The Boxenburg
We are also interested to hear from people who have
memories of the Rolling Stones visits to Lincoln or may even have met them in