How to subscribe & renew. The IORR subscription cost is NOK 200, which gives you air mailed 4 issues of IORR anywhere in the world. Please send NOK 200 by international postal giro, International Money Order, or cash notes of your own currency (see below) in (registred) letter. No coins, personal checks, bank checks or money orders please. Remember full name & address! The subscription fee NOK 200 (Norwegian kroner) is equivalent to you paying in your own currency US $ 30, GB £ 20, DM 45, SEK 220, DKK 180, CAN $ 43, NLG 50, BEF 1000, CHF 40, FRF 160, ITL 50,000, JPY 3000, ATS 330, FIM 140, ESP 4000.
Publishing schedule for 1996: Well, there have been some minor delays, but the aim is to send you IORR as follows:
IORR 25 : Feb. 15
IORR 26 : May 15
IORR 27 : Aug. 15
IORR 28 : Nov. 15
Thanks to everyone for helping in, and to anybody I may have accidentally forgotten to mention: Virgin Norway, Bjørn Bergh, Georg Vallestad (Norway), Manfred Nitschmann (Austria), Jaime Castaneda (Australia), Ken Sugiura, (Japan), Christian Fiot, Christian Milanini (France), Jens Bäcklund (Finland), Johannes Tümmers, Peter Zehner (Germany), Gary Robertson (England), Chris Koenig (USA), Jan van Gelderen (Holland), Charles Vorster (South Africa), Eddy Bonte (Belgium).
Coming in IORR 1996: We will be back to normal with IORR 26. The best photos, reviews, news, collector's information, plus some flashback's into the 60's and 70's; Brian, Mick T, Bill, rare old photos, and more Voodoo Lounge...
Goodbye Beggars Banquet
I just received the message from Bill German stating he has now published the last and final issue of his excellent fan magazine Beggars Banquet. There is an end to everything, and so with BB. It has been a pleasure to read your regular newsletters with inside information about the Stones, where the boys go etc. When opening up every new BB it was just like moving into Stonesland, being part of whatever happening, if it was in New York, Paris, London or wherever.
You started of at age 16, in 1978, and have served the Stones community for 17 years now. I'd say it's a fair share of hard work and commitment, knowing what printing deadlines is all about. May you succeed with your new activities - and yes, see you on the next tour, as a fan, not as a reporter!
Thank You Bill German!
Welcome Stones People Europe
SPE was introduced in Aug. 95 by Dutch hard core fans, and in December last year it shipped: A new Stones fan magazine (or I wold rather say book) called Stones People Europe. What a magnificent piece of work! Reviews, color photos and reports. Contact: Stones People Europe, Middenweg 2, 1217 HT Hilversum, Holland.
It's Only Rock'n Roll no. 25 Feb. 1996 - © The Rolling Stones Fan Club Of Europe