Who opened for The Rolling Stones in 1990?

Who opened for The Rolling Stones in 1990?

Opening acts for the tour included Living Colour, Dan Reed Network, Guns N’ Roses and Gun. The original two dates 13 & 14 July 1990 at Wembley Stadium had to be rescheduled for 24 & 25 August 1990 due to Keith Richards cutting a finger the previous week.

Who opened for The Rolling Stones in 1989?

Sons of Bob
A Steel Wheels pre-tour ‘surprise show’ took place on August 12, 1989 at Toad’s Place in New Haven, Connecticut with a local act, Sons of Bob, opening the show for an audience of only 700 people who had purchased tickets for $3.01 apiece.

Does Chuck Leavell play with The Rolling Stones?

A member of the Allman Brothers Band throughout their commercial zenith in the 1970s, he subsequently became a founding member of the jazz rock ensemble Sea Level. He has served as the principal touring keyboardist and de facto musical director of The Rolling Stones since 1982.

How and when were The Rolling Stones introduced to the United States?

The Rolling Stones’ 1964 1st American Tour was the band’s first concert tour of the United States. The tour commenced on June 5 and concluded on June 20, 1964. On this tour, the band supported their first U.S. album The Rolling Stones….Tour dates.

Date 14 June 1964
City Detroit
Country United States
Venue Olympia Stadium

Did Rolling Stones open living color?

On April 1, 1989, the band performed on NBC’s Saturday Night Live. Four months later, the band gained further exposure as an opening act, along with Guns N’ Roses, for The Rolling Stones’ Steel Wheels/Urban Jungle Tour.

Who played piano on Eric Clapton unplugged?

Chuck Leavell
Chuck Leavell, an almost original member of the Allman Brothers Band and a veteran keyboardist for the Rolling Stones since 1981, has worked with a dizzying array of artists such as Eric Clapton, George Harrison, the Black Crowes, and John Mayer.

Who plays piano for the Rolling Stones?

Ian Stewart (musician)

Ian Stewart
Occupation(s) Musician, tour manager
Instruments Keyboards, piano
Years active 1961–1985
Associated acts The Rolling Stones, Rocket 88, Led Zeppelin, George Thorogood


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