I first heard of them, when I was about 10 years old and it was around 1969. I got interested in them around 1973. I bought my first Stones record in 1974. I saw them live for the first time in 1976. I kept coming back in 1982, 1990 and 1995. I miss them when they are not around. I really seem to like them. That's why I give them some space on my homepage ;-)
Here you will find some Stones-related places I like and go to from time to time. Not at all complete at the moment. Try Yahoo or Lycos and - even better - Altavista if you want more. Interest is still growing and lots of people are putting up their Stones-related sites. If you know of some other places, please send me a mail. Here's some random pics and even more random pics.
Nico Zentgraf lives in Berlin and first saw the Stones live in Hannover 1990. He was hooked before, though. He has a large collection of Stones-related items and wrote - among other works - a couple of Stones-related books through the last couple of years. Thanks a lot to Nico for allowing us to put the contents of some the books onto this page for the world to look at, to study and - if possible and necessary - to correct. Nico will give us updates from time to time and fill gaps. A couple of items are still missing, as Nico is pretty busy at the moment, so come back often to check. NOTE: Mick Taylor is complete until the end of 1995, Ron Wood is complete until 1975, the rest will be ready at the end of 1997 (hopefully).
If ever Mick, Keith, Ron, Charlie, Bill or Mick T. pass by: Please give
us some feedback and some help with completing it.
I will very soon put up some files with track listings and pictures
from the new Mick Taylor-CD Shadow Man, a production of Sasha Gracanin.
The record sounds like a modern mix of blues and soul, but Mick does some
terrific solos on it. "Honky Tonk Woman", the only track not
penned by Sasha, needs some listenings to grow on you.
Here' a memorabilia sheet from the Hamburg Concert 1996. Enjoy.
And now also information on Black Cat Bone's new CD, featuring Mick Taylor "Taylormade".
If you want to search the Web to find out more information about the
Stones, try this service, provided by Yahoo. Just enter the keywords and
click on the button.