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The 15-date tour, which marks the band's first time to tour stadiums in North America in eight years, is opening on May 24 at San Diego's Petco Park.
The famed English keyboard player, who was a member of English rock band The Faces and Small Faces, passed away on Wednesday, December 3 after suffering a stroke on the previous day.
The saxophone player, who toured with The Rolling Stones for more than 45 years, died on Tuesday, December 2 at his home in Franklin, Tennessee.
The legendary band is seeking $12.7 million from their insurers after they were forced to cancel scheduled gigs in Australia and New Zealand following the death of Mick Jagger's girlfriend.
According to a statement posted on tour promoter Frontier's website, the frontman was diagnosed with a throat infection and is now under 'strict doctor's orders to rest his vocal cords.'
The Boss and the British band join forces for a live performance of 'Tumbling Dice' during the latter's headlining set at the Rockin' Rio Lisboa festival.
Frontman Mick Jagger puts on an energetic performance as the band resumes their world tour after a break to let Jagger mourn the loss of his girlfriend.
The legendary band says on their website that the rescheduled Australia/ New Zealand tour dates 'will take place between 25 October to 22 November.'
The British band, who delayed their tour due to the death of frontman Mick Jagger's girlfriend, will reportedly continue their tour on May 26 at the Telenor Arena in Oslo, Norway.
The band releases a statement in which they say that they're 'deeply sorry and disappointed' to announce the postponement and ask fans to hold on to their tickets for rescheduled shows.
The songs, which are apparently considered inappropriate, are replaced with two songs titled 'Sticky Fingers' and 'Street Fighting'.
The British rock band has confirmed that they will take the stage at the revamped Adelaide Oval on March 22, 2014.
The veteran rockers play their hits 'Jumpin' Jack Flash', 'Satisfaction' and the new 'Glastonbury Girl'.
The band picks German company Bertelsmann Music Group to represent their extensive catalog.
Continuing the celebration of their 50th anniversary, the British rockers announce a special section on iTunes where fans can buy all of the band's albums, singles and live releases.