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Walk in the footsteps of Rolling Stones' founder

Where: Cheltenham

When: Various dates from Thursday, February 28, to Saturday, August 24, 2pm

2019 marks 50 years since the tragic early death aged 27 of Rolling Stones founder member and original leader Brian Jones.

To mark the anniversary, Cotswold Guides and Marketing Cheltenham have devised a walking tour taking in some of the sites associated with Brian's early life in Cheltenham.

Discover some intriguing stories about his schoolboy years and learn about the emerging music scene in basement jazz clubs, where Brian first nurtured his taste for blues music, playing saxophone and slide guitar.

The walking tour is accessible to all. Cost £10 per person.

Please visit the Cheltenham Town Hall website for specific dates and times.

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