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    The Rolling Stones 1964 British Concert Program. An original 12-page concert program for the Rolling Stones' September-October 1964 tour of the U.K., their fourth tour of England that year. With their increasing stardom, each Stone gets a full page in the program to themselves with lots of biographical information, including favorite color, food and drink all the way down to "Miscellaneous Likes" and "Dislikes."

    Inez & Charlie Foxx were second-billed to the Stones, based largely on their smash hit "Mockingbird" in America the previous summer.

    Measures 8 3/4" x 11" and grades to Very Good condition. Standard amount of handling and surface creasing to the glossy paper throughout. Upper left corner banged and creased, which of course carries throughout the program. Staples are fine & good. COA from Heritage Auctions.

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