May 11, 1964

On this day in 1964, in an early sign of their tendency to disrupt authority, The Rolling Stones, were refused service for lunch at Bristol, England’s Grand Hotel because they were not properly dressed in jackets and ties. The next day, the Daily Express calls them “the ugliest group in Britain” and remarks, “The Rolling Stones gather no lunch.”


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