The popular song “Come On”, of the legendary British band The Rolling Stones, turns 50 years old today of its first debut on radio stations worldwide.
Mick Jagger, lead singer of the Rolling Stones, still remembers when, on June 7, 1963 he first heard their first single on the radio . Jagger says he wasn’t sure that the song could be played on the morning show of the BBC and then become a hit.
“But when it happened, I was fascinated listening the radio. It was there,” recalled the musician, who turns 70 in July.
“Come on” is the first single from the British band. It was released on June 7, 1963. The song, composed by Chuck Berry, was recorded in May of that year at Olympic Studios Sound, southwest of London. The track reached number 21 in the billboards.