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Rolling Stones Gear Up for New Tour With Surprise LA Show (video)

The Rolling Stones played one of the smallest venues since their 2003 Four Flicks concert series, with a show at the Fonda Theatre in Los Angeles. It was a tune up for this summer’s Zip Code Tour that will be anything but small, hitting only stadiums in 15 cities. There was plenty of room at last night's show for celebrities like Jack Nicholson, One Direction’s Harry Styles, Leonard Cohen, Bruce Willis, Patricia Arquette, Eric Idle, Don Was and Joe Pesci. ...

Mick Jagger, Rolling Stones Show Off Swagger in Abu Dhabi (photos)

Mick Jagger and The Rolling Stones still showed lots of swagger at a huge concert on Yas Island in Abu Dhabi, United Arab Emirates. They literally set the stage on fire as the iconic band tore through 19 songs, from classics to their latest tunes. The concert was the opening act of their On Fire tour as the band celebrates its 50th Anniversary making music....

Mick Jagger Cranks It Up as Rolling Stones Open 50th Anniversary Tour

Mick Jagger put most 69-year-olds to shame as he strutted his stuff on stage at London’s O2 Arena to celebrate the band’s 50th anniversary. Keith Richards, 68, Charlie Watts, 71, and Ronnie Wood, 65, did their best to keep up. Bill Wyman and Mick Taylor also joined the celebration. Wyman, 76, retired from the band in the 1990s, while Taylor hasn’t played on stage in more than 30 years. R&B singer Mary J Blige and British guitar god Jeff Beck also joined the Stones, who ran through the repertoire of their most popular songs,...