The Rolling Stones 1st American Tour 1964

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The Rolling Stones 1st American Tour 1964
Tour by The Rolling Stones
Associated album "The Rolling Stones"
Start date 5 June 1964
End date 20 June 1964
Legs 1
Shows 11
The Rolling Stones concert chronology
2nd British Tour 1964 1st American Tour 1964 3rd British Tour 1964

The Rolling Stones' 1964 1st American Tour was the band's first concert tour of America. 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. The band played eleven shows in total, including two each on 6 and 7 June, and gave several performances on various television shows during the tour. The band also recorded its next single, It's All Over Now, next British EP, 5 x 5, and much of its next US album, 12 x 5, at Chess Studios on 10 and 11 June.

Tour band[edit]

Tour set list[edit]

  1. "Not Fade Away"
  2. "Talkin' 'Bout You"
  3. "I Wanna Be Your Man"
  4. "Hi-Heeled Sneakers"
  5. "Route 66"
  6. "Walking The Dog"
  7. "Tell Me"
  8. "Beautiful Delilah"
  9. "Can I Get A Witness"
  10. "I Just Want To Make Love To You"
  11. "I'm Alright"

Tour dates[edit]

Date City Country Venue
5 June 1964 San Bernardino United States Swing Auditorium
6 June 1964
(2 shows)
San Antonio Joe Freeman Coliseum
7 June 1964
(2 shows)
12 June 1964 Excelsior Excelsior Amusement Park
13 June 1964 Ohama Music Hall Auditorium
14 June 1964 Detroit Olympia Stadium
17 June 1964 Pittsburgh West View Park
19 June 1964 Harrisburg Farm Show Arena
20 June 1964
(2 shows)
New York City Carnegie Hall

References[edit]

  • Carr, Roy. The Rolling Stones: An Illustrated Record. Harmony Books, 1976. ISBN 0-517-52641-7
  • Weeks, John. "From Rolling Stones...to Broken Bones". San Bernardino County Sun, 9 March 2006.
  • Donna Coffen wife to Robert "Bob" Coffen who booked the Rolling Stones to perform at Teen Fair of Texas at Joe Freeman Coliseum, San Antonio, Texas June 6 & 7, 1964 4 performances