Fans have been wondering for months if this year’s Rolling Stones tour dates marked the end of the road for the band, and now they have their answer.
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So, with the Rolling Stones having completed their 50 & Counting Tour of the U.S. Monday night (June 26) in Washington, D.C., we wondered, could this be the last time the Stones will tour big?
The Stones rocked Los Angeles with superstar guests and enduring hits at the launch of the band’s 50th anniversary tour.
“I kept hedging when people asked me, but I knew, the year before,” Mick Jagger admits in our exclusive video, speaking about the Rolling Stones’ 50 and Counting concerts last year and the tour’s eventual extension into 2013.
Rolling Stones fans should mark their calendars. The band already announced they’re kicking off their tour in Los Angeles, but now they’ve given an official start date.
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Just as many fans had hoped and suspected, The Rolling Stones’ barely-enough-to-be-considered-a-tour string of shows late last year won’t end there. The band confirmed that there will be another Stones tour in 2013, following up [...]
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