I FIRST SAW THE ROLLING STONES IN ANAHEIM ON JULY 24, 1978.

However, it wasn’t until the "Tattoo You" Tour performances of October 9 and 11, 1981 at the Los Angeles Coliseum that I can say I came of age, really knew all the songs that they were performing, and walked away feeling that I took in all that was a Rolling Stones concert.

I am not a huge Rolling Stones fan, though I have seen them about 9 or 10 times in Toronto, San Francisco, San Diego, Anaheim and Los Angeles.

I do not have too many items of signed memorabilia by this legendary band and mistakenly tried to get the Brian Jones era albums autographed long after Brian had passed away (huge mistake on my part), but have managed to collect some of the surviving members over the years.

It hasn’t been easy.

 
Perfectly signed (and personally signed) photo of Keith Richards
autographed at Tower Records on December 14, 1988.
Keith Richards, signed at Tower Records on The Sunset Strip,on December 14, 1988.
Keith Richards, signed in Hollywood as he exited Musso & Frank’s
during the October of 1989 Steel Wheels tour stop here in L.A.
Signed by the entire line up of The Rolling Stones:
Bill Wyman, Ronnie Wood, Mick Jagger, Keith Richards, and Charlie Watts.
 
Promo Rolling Stones tickets from the 1981 "Tattoo You" tour, each signed by Keith Richards, during the October of 1989 Steel Wheels tour stop in L.A.
Signed Index cards by Mick Taylor
on December 7, 1991 at the L.A. Bonaventure Hotel.
The 1989 “Steel Wheels” Tour Book
signed in Sherman Oaks by Ron Wood
on August 10,1992, and Keith Richards in Los Angeles on 11/20/1989.
The 1989 “Steel Wheels” Tour Book
signed in Sherman Oaks by Ron Wood on August 10,1992.
 
Two Bill Wyman photos and inner page of the "Steel Wheels" Tour Book signed on 11/21/1989,
in Los Angeles at the Four Seasons Hotel.
 
Signed tour book in Los Angeles on 10/20/1994
the “during the Voodoo Lounge” tour
by Mick Jagger, Ron Wood and Charlie Watts.
“A Bigger Bang” Tour Book
signed by Mick Jagger, Charlie Watts,
Keith Richards and Ron Wood
on November 7, 2005 in Los Angeles.
 
Signed 1973 Hawaiian Tour Book, autographed by Keith Richards and Mick Taylor.
Personally signed by Keith Richards during the Steel Wheels Tour
at the Los Angeles Four Seasons Hotel in November of 1989.
One of the biggest mistakes I made in all my collection, happened while collecting these very Rolling Stones signatures, and several other Rolling Stones signatures that I do not have posted on this website: For whatever reason, I starting obtaining autographs on Brian Jones era albums which obviously I could never be able to get "completed".
So now, instead of having probably more completed Rolling Stones items, I have the same amount of obtained autographs from The Rolling Stones,
just scattered between more unfinished items.
Guitar signed by Ron Wood at The Four Seasons Hotel
during the October/1989 "Steel Wheels" tour in Los Angeles.
Guitar signed by Keith Richards as he exited Musso & Frank’s in Hollywood
during the October/1989 “Steel Wheels” tour in Los Angeles.
Guitar signed by Mick Taylor in Los Angeles on December 7, 1991.
Personally signed by Keith Richards during the “Steel Wheels” tour
(October/1989) at The Four Seasons Hotel in Los Angeles.

Autographed front and back album jackets of The Rolling Stones 1981 album “Tattoo You”, signed by Mick Jagger on the front sleeve, and on a completely different LP,
Keith Richards on the back sleeve.


I have had great difficulty obtaining autographs of The Rolling Stones as their security is often very tight, they do not live here in L.A., are rushed in and out of cars and hotels and do not really participate in any public type of signings. However, one huge mistake on my part was I started to get some LP’s signed that were part of the Brian Jones lineup that made a very difficult job anyways of getting a fully complete signed album instead a impossibility (those signed albums are not yet imaged and part of my collection).
Please enjoy the following signed albums by Mick Jagger, Mick Taylor, Ron Wood, Charlie Watts, Keith Richards and Bill Wyman, and especially the fully signed, “It’s Only Rock and Roll” album.