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The Rolling Stones Rock and Roll Circus (12-Oct-1996)

Director: Michael Lindsay-Hogg

Keywords: Music Concert, Rock and Roll

Intended for a 1968 television special, but cancelled by Mick Jagger. Acts include Jethro Tull, The Who, The Dirty Mac (supergroup for this occasion, which unfortunately includes Yoko Ono), Taj Mahal, Marianne Faithful, and The Rolling Stones. A rock-and-roll time capsule in a circus tent.

NameOccupationBirthDeathKnown for
Ian Anderson
Musician
10-Aug-1947   Frontman for Jethro Tull
Eric Clapton
Guitarist
30-Mar-1945   Slowhand
Roger Daltrey
Singer
1-Mar-1944   Vocalist for The Who
John Entwistle
Bassist
9-Oct-1944 27-Jun-2002 Bassist for The Who
Marianne Faithfull
Singer/Songwriter
29-Dec-1946   Sister Morphine
Tony Iommi
Guitarist
19-Feb-1948   Guitar player for Black Sabbath
Mick Jagger
Singer/Songwriter
26-Jul-1943   Lead singer of the Rolling Stones
Brian Jones
Guitarist
28-Feb-1942 3-Jul-1969 Guitarist for the Rolling Stones
John Lennon
Musician
9-Oct-1940 8-Dec-1980 Beatle
Mitch Mitchell
Drummer
9-Jun-1947 12-Nov-2008 Drummer for The Jimi Hendrix Experience
Keith Moon
Drummer
23-Aug-1946 7-Sep-1978 Drummer for The Who
Yoko Ono
Artist
18-Feb-1933   Impenetrable musician, wife of John Lennon
Keith Richards
Guitarist
18-Dec-1943   The Rolling Stones
Pete Townshend
Guitarist
19-May-1945   Lead guitarist for The Who
Charlie Watts
Drummer
2-Jun-1941   Drummer for the Rolling Stones
Bill Wyman
Bassist
24-Oct-1936   Former Rolling Stones bassist

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