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Happy Birthday, Rolling Stones Guitarist Mick Taylor

Happy Birthday to former-Rolling Stones guitarist Mick Taylor, who turns 73 today (January 17th)!!! In June of 1969, Taylor replaced the band's co-founder Brian Jones shortly before his death, and less than a month later, on July 3rd, 1969, he made his live debut with the Stones at a free live concert at London's Hyde Park. Taylor, who had previously played with John Mayall's Bluesbreakers, toured extensively with the band until late-1973, and played on the Stones albums Let It Bleed, Get Yer Ya-Ya's Out, Sticky Fingers, Exile On Main Street, Goat's Head Soup, and It's Only Rock And Roll.
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Ronnie Wood pays spell-binding tribute to Jimmy Reed with the help of Mick Taylor

Many first heard about Jimmy Reed when in 1963 interviews the Rolling Stones named him as a prime influence. Fifty years later, Ronnie Wood reinforced the enduring admiration for the Chicago-based electric blues pioneer by staging a concert at the Royal Albert Hall that saw his regular band joined by guests including Mick Taylor (whose scathing guitar tone remains one of rock’s immortal heart-starters), Bobby Womack and Paul Weller.
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Watch newly-unearthed footage of Bob Dylan, Mark Knopfler, Mick Taylor and more recording Don’t Fall Apart on Me Tonight

Never-before-seen footage of Bob Dylan recording Don’t Fall Apart On Me Tonight has surfaced. Filmed by the Maysles Brothers in 1983 at the Power Station recording studio in New York, the restored footage comes alongside the release of Dylan’s latest Bootleg Series, Springtime In New York. Musicians playing on the track are Mark Knopfler, Mick Taylor, Sly Dunbar, Robbie Shakespeare and Alan Clark.
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Ronnie Wood recruits Mick Taylor, Bobby Womack, Paul Weller and more for live tribute album to blues great Jimmy Reed

Rolling Stones guitarist Ronnie Wood is set to pay tribute to blues legend Jimmy Reed on a forthcoming live album. Mr Luck – A Tribute To Jimmy Reed: Live at the Royal Albert Hall was recorded at the iconic London music venue on November 1, 2013, and features a variety of guests, including former Rolling Stones guitarist Mick Taylor – who was replaced by Wood in 1974 – as well as Mick Hucknall, Bobby Womack and Paul Weller.
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Ron Wood Reveals Latest Cancer Scare, Live Album With Mick Taylor

Rolling Stone Ron Wood has revealed that during the pandemic he's battled back from another bout of cancer. The 73-year-old guitarist told Britain's The Sun: “I’ve had cancer two different ways now. I had lung cancer in 2017 and I had small-cell more recently that I fought in the last lockdown. I came through with the all-clear.” Small-cell carcinoma is a fast-growing type of lung cancer commonly caused by smoking.