w/ The Rolling Stones – Midnight Rambler (2012) . Live in France (2009) . w/ John Mayall & The Bluesbreakers – Oh, Pretty Woman (2003) . Can’t You Hear Me Knocking (1994) . w/ John Mayall & The Bluesbreakers – Eye for an Eye (1982) . w/ Jack Bruce – Keep It Down (1975) . w/ The Rolling Stones – Gimmie Shelter (1972) .
 Mick Taylor and band will be in Munich, Germany. >> 10 MINUTES >>
 John Mayall & the Bluesbreakers celebrate John’s 70th Birthday in Liverpool, England. Eric Clapton, Mick Taylor, Chris Barber .. are going to be there. John has not played with Eric in almost 40 years. Not to be missed! >> 26 MINUTES >>
 John Mayall & the Bluesbreakers featuring Mick Taylor will be joined by Blues legends Etta James, Albert King and Junior Wells at Capitol Theatre in Passaic, NJ >> 170 MINUTES >>
 Mick Taylor is with Hamish Stuart (g), Wilbur Bascomb (b), Max Middleton (kb), Jeff Allen (d) and Arno Hecht (s) >> 45 MINUTES >>
 Grateful Dead plus many guests – Suzanne Vega, Bruce Hornsby, Mick Taylor & more – give a special benefit concert to help Greenpeace’s action towards the world’s tropical rain forest at Madison Square Garden in New-York City >> 58 MINUTES on RVM >>
 Stones Touring Party tour with The Rolling Stones (featuring Mick Taylor) to support the release of Exile on Main Street stops at Madison Square Garden in New-York City >> 54 MINUTES >>
 Mick Taylor will certainly deliver his most famous Sway solo the two shows he plays with Carla Olson at The Roxy in Los Angeles >> 4 MINUTES >>
Wikipedia : This day (January 17, 1949), in Welwyn Garden City, England, is born Mick Taylor, an English guitarist, ex-John Mayall’s Bluesbreakers and ex-Rolling Stones
Mick Taylor : Mick’s career spans five decades and takes in some of the most important names in rock ’n’ roll history. …Following Brian Jones’ departure, Mick came to the attention of the Rolling Stones as a session musician on the Let It Bleed album, although he soon became a permanent replacement and stayed with the Stones for half a decade.
@ allmusic.com : There’s no denying the great string of classic albums the Rolling Stones issued during the late ‘60s and early ‘70s — 1969’s Let It Bleed, 1970’s Get Yer Ya Ya’s Out, 1971’s Sticky Fingers, and 1972’s Exile on Main St. But while Jagger and Richards received the lion’s share of credit for these aforementioned albums, it was the guitar work, and uncredited songwriting contributions, of Mick Taylor that helped make these albums so special.