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46 Years Ago: Mick Taylor Joins the Rolling Stones

The musical contributions that guitarist Mick Taylor made to the Rolling Stones often take a backseat to the bigger picture of the band's story.

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Clash of the Titans: Brian Jones vs. Mick Taylor vs. Ron Wood

Keith Richards is a certified rock legend and a guitar hero to millions, but he's had some pretty excellent company on the six-string in the Rolling Stones over the years.

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Rolling Stones Still Undecided on Playing ‘Sticky Fingers’ Live, Mick Taylor Won’t Join Them

Mick Jagger says the Rolling Stones haven't determined whether they will play Sticky Fingers in its entirety on this year's Zip Code tour.

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Rolling Stones Producer Says Mick Taylor Became ‘A Raving Egomaniac Junkie’

The Rolling Stones catapulted guitarist Mick Taylor to worldwide fame when they recruited him to replace Brian Jones in 1969, but by 1974, he was out of the band.

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Top 10 Mick Taylor Rolling Stones Songs

Even though Mick Taylor's stint in the Rolling Stones lasted a mere five years, he appeared on the band's classic string of late-'60s/early-'70s albums, including 'Sticky Fingers' and 'Exile on Main St.'

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40 Years Ago: Mick Taylor Quits the Rolling Stones

Mick Taylor quit the Rolling Stones in December of 1974.

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35 Years Ago: Mick Taylor Releases First Solo Album

In June 1979, four years after leaving the Rolling Stones, Mick Taylor released his solo debut.

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Mick Taylor to Join Ronnie Wood at Bluesfest

The Ronnie Wood Band's finale at BluesFest in London next month will include an appearance by Mick Taylor, who held down the guitar-player role in the Rolling Stone before Wood replaced him in 1975. Wood and group will pay tribute to the late Jimmy Reed during their Nov. 1 set at the Royal Albert Hall, where BluesFest runs from Oct. 29-Nov. 1.

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Rolling Stones Joined by Mick Taylor, Bonnie Raitt, and John Fogerty at San Jose Concert

The Rolling Stones pulled into San Jose, Calif. last night (May 8) for a stop on their '50 and Counting' tour, and they brought along some pretty special guests for company.

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Rolling Stones Joined by Bruce Springsteen, Mick Taylor and Many More for Final 2012 Concert

Seemingly everyone with a valid record contract joined the Rolling Stones onstage last night ( Dec. 15) for the final concert of their 2012 mini-tour, including Bruce Springsteen, former Stones guitarist Mick Taylor, the Black Keys, Lady Gaga and several others.

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