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The Bull Pub, Richmond - Venue Of The Rolling Stones' Early Gigs In 1963. | by Jim Linwood
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The Bull Pub, Richmond - Venue Of The Rolling Stones' Early Gigs In 1963.

Opposite Richmond railway station is a bar called The Bull (which briefly changed to "Edwards" and in 2008 "The Bull" was reinstated). In 1962 it was called the Station Hotel, a pub with a hall at the rear where bands used to play including the Rolling Stones.The Crawdaddy Club was a 1960s music venue at the pub famous for being the location of the Rolling Stones' gigs in 1963. Several other seminal British blues and rhythm and blues acts also played there.

  

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Taken on February 18, 2009