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07/25/2010 06:03 AM ID: 84840 Permalink   

Rolling Stones to Bow Out With 50th Anniversary World Tour


The Rolling Stones are reportedly negotiating with Live Nation to stage one final world tour. The shows will begin in 2011 and finish some time in 2012 - 50 years after the band formed in 1962.

Mick Jagger, Keith Richards, Charlie Watts and Ronnie Wood are all in their sixties. During their almost five decade career they have had numerous hits and album sales of over 200 million.

"They´re likely to perform in stadiums. It´s almost certainly the last full-scale world tour. The band realise that age is creeping up on them. They want to bow out on top of their game, and not short-change their fans," said a source.

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How many final tours have they had now?
  by: jamesmc   07/25/2010 01:22 PM     
to the greatest rock band of all time. Their longevity is outstanding, but not nearly as mind blowing as their music.
  by: The IT   07/25/2010 03:11 PM     
  The Final, Last , We Are Done, This Is It Tour  
Number 6. Please apply early for your tickets for the "The Final, Last , We Are Done, This Is It Tour 7".
  by: ichi     07/26/2010 12:45 AM     
  I saw the Stones at Sunday No 1...  
in Denver on the Greens around 82. Jagger was so drunk he couldn´t remember the words to the songs, Richards was so blasted he couldn´t play. They got boo´ed off the stage. Jagger was swearing at the audience. They were the headliners and everyone wanted their money back. I´m just surprised they are still alive. I think Richards is pickled.
  by: valkyrie123     07/26/2010 04:08 AM     
  Barbara Streisand  
had about 3 farewell concerts. A farewell concert means, well, there might be more.
  by: John E Angel     07/27/2010 06:15 AM     
  ***** them  
The Rolling Stones have managed to copyright traditional music. They have effectively ruined the music industry. Some ´rock and roll´ attitude- corporate @$$dogs.
  by: theironboard     07/27/2010 08:16 AM     
Just because you can´t find a job you loved for 50 years?
  by: biggfredd   07/28/2010 06:08 AM     
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