Ian Stewart

On December 12, 1985, Ian Stewart died aged 47. He was musician (piano, keyboards), best known as the co-founder of The Rolling Stones (the first one to respond to Brian Jones’s ad in “Jazz News” of 2 May 1962, seeking musicians for a new rhythm & blues band). Although being dismissed from The Rolling Stones in 1963 by the manager Andrew Loog Oldham, he remained with the band as road manager and piano player. Stewart played on all The Rolling Stones albums between 1964 and 1983, except for “Beggars Banquet”. He also played piano on Led Zeppelin’s “Rock and Roll” and “Boogie with Stu”,

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