Mick Jagger performs at the April 25, 1965 Rolling Stones concert at Maple Leaf Gardens in Toronto.
The Rolling Stones were featured on the Music Hop on CBC Television that week and were interviewed by then-host Dave Mickie (David Marsden).
The Music Hop aired from 1963-67. Most episodes featured visiting musicians who would perform songs before a studio audience of dancing teenagers. Mickie replaced Alex Trebek as host in 1965.
Since 1965, Jagger and the boys have been known a torrid love affair with Toronto. From secret rehearsals and club gigs, to Keith Richards' heroin bust in 1977 and partying with Margaret Trudeau, the world's greatest rock 'n' roll band has called Toronto its home-away-from-home, and delivered the one thing they're famous for: Satisfaction.
Legions of adoring females, known as the "screamies", came out to Toronto's first Rolling Stones concert at Maple Leaf Gardens on April 25, 1965. The players -- Mick Jagger, Keith Richards, Charlie Watts, Bill Wyman and Brian Jones -- didn't seem bothered by their sex, drugs and rock 'n' roll reputation.