Ricky Fenson

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Ricky Fenson
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Georgie Fame and Fenson ("Rick Brown") in 1966
Background information
Born (1945-05-22) 22 May 1945 (age 74)
Chopwell, County Durham, England
GenresRock, British blues
InstrumentsBass, vocals
Associated actsThe Rolling Stones, Brian Auger and the Trinity, Steampacket, The Sonics, The Savages, The All-Stars

Ricky Fenson (also Rick Brown; born Richard Brown, 22 May 1945, in Chopwell, County Durham) is a British rock bass guitarist, who briefly played with an early version of The Rolling Stones before they had a permanent lineup. He appeared with the band in 1962 and 1963 with fellow Screaming Lord Sutch and the Savages and Cyril Davies' All Stars band members Carlo Little and Nicky Hopkins, including a gig at Sidcup Art College, Bexley, which Keith Richards had attended. He was also a member of the bands Brian Auger and the Trinity and Steampacket.

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