Born today Pierre Cardin, fashion designer, 90; Ringo Starr, ex-Beatle, 72, right; Michael Howard, former Conservative Party leader, 71; Bill Oddie, comic actor/wildlife presenter, 71; Tony Jacklin, former golfer, 68; Shelley Duvall, actress, 63 1969: Brian Jones died of 'drink and drugs' Former Rolling Stones guitarist Brian Jones drowned after taking a cocktail of drink and drugs, an inquest has been told.
What does BJ stand for?
BJ stands for Brian Jones (Rolling Stones member)
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Samples in periodicals archive:
London, May 1 ( ANI ): The Rolling Stones got their name after the band's former member and co founder Brian Jones suggested that they name themselves after the Muddy Waters' record 'Rollin' Stone'.
TRIBUTES were today paid to former Merseyside Fire and Rescue Service chief Brian Jones who died at the age of 78.
Police have said they will review the death of Rolling Stones' guitarist Brian Jones, whose drowning in 1969 was ruled an accident but sparked speculation he was murdered.
British police have said they will review the death of Rolling Stones' guitarist Brian Jones, whose drowning in 1969 was ruled an accident but sparked speculation he was murdered.
There's this pop group called the Rolling Stones, who get really famous, but their founder Brian Jones can't handle it, and he keeps beating up his girlfriend, Anita Pallenberg, until she leaves him for the guitarist, Keith.
July 24 /PRNewswire/ -- Award-winning screenwriter Gloria Shepherd offers this follow-up to the March release of her biography "Brian Jones Straight from the Heart - the Rolling Stones Murder," told through the eyes of Brian Jones himself.
s Michael Bolger and Rhode Island tapper Brian Jones in celebrating the city's myriad natural and human-made locales.