Here's a super ROLLING STONES concert stub from Oct 24th, 1964 at the Academy of Music, NYC. This would be from the Stones very first U.
They performed two shows that day with The Dave Clark Five as the opening act. Old Stones stubs, especially from 1964, are extremely hard to find.
Rock concerts were still relatively new back then and the concert halls where they played were small, plus the band was just gaining popularity. Generally most concert halls held roughly 2,500 people or less, and most fans threw out their stubs or they just got lost in the last 55+ years. Hence why there are not many around. There may be a few hundred from each concert left, if that, that's it.
More from some shows, few if any from others. What makes this stub even more special is that The Academy of Music has been continuously used since the 1800's and one of the oldest halls today, and it is the oldest that is still operating. In addition, The Rolling Stones are currently the longest touring band that ever existed.So here you have a historical record of the oldest operating concert hall hosting the longest touring band ever! No pin holes, tape, paper pulls or wrting. Here is a 15 min. Video clip showing the Stones in their very early years. Go to youtube and paste in. The Rolling Stones in Concert 1964.
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