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The Rolling Stones played their debut gig at the famous Marquee club at London on 21, July 1962. During the initial months the band met some reasonable opposition from blues and jazz aficionados for their so called alleged lack of musical `purity` and the superb line-up remained simply unsettled for several months. In late 1962, Bill Wyman (bass player) replaced Dick Taylor, while many drummers came and went including Mick Avory (who was initially billed as appearing at their sensational debut gig, but he did not play) and Carlo little from the famous Screaming Lord Sutch's Savages. At last, drummer Charlie Watts (the drummer), finally surrendered his day joy and fully committed himself to the band. Read more