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Rock 'n' roll legends The Rolling Stones have added New York's Barclay's Center as the venue of their fifth date for their 50th anniversary tour.
A representative for the late-night talk show says they are bringing in back-up generators in case of a power failure caused by the storm.
The 'Price Tag' hitmaker makes the wait all worthwhile as she releases the fresh, upbeat track.
Among the items sold at the Julien's Auctions include a 1955 Fender Stratocaster guitar Ronnie often used to play in live concerts and a lithograph of Eric Clapton drawn by the guitarist.
The Mick Jagger-fronted British band take the stage at LaTrabendo club, cheering the lucky fans with an hour-long sweaty performance which marks their first gig since 2007.
After postponing a planned 50th anniversary tour, the rock band announced two dates in London and another two in Newark.
'Gloom and Doom' was recorded in Paris earlier this year and will be included in the 50th anniversary Greatest Hits album.
Mick Jagger and his mates will release 'GRRR!' as their 50th anniversary greatest hits album and mix it with new and old materials.
The Steven Spielberg struggling company has received a $200 million investment, which makes the studio only able to develop three or four small-budgeted movies a year.
The guitarist, who once also played for Faces, confirms that the Stones are going to head back to the studio to 'throw some ideas around,' 'get the feel again,' and try new material.
Pop superstar Madonna is putting her musical ability to good use by reportedly composing a classic score for her new film 'W.E.'
The stars of famous rock groups, including The Beatles, The Rolling Stones and Sex Pistols, have been tipped to come together to form a spectacular supergroup for the launch of the London Olympics.
Since the legal battle with concert producer Michael Cohl hasn't been settled, The Rolling Stones still haven't booked any dates for a tour.
The band's longtime gig producer has sued bosses at promotions giant Live Nation, accusing them of interfering with the plans.
Guitarist Ronnie Wood has always thought the U.K. festival would be the perfect platform to stage their musical comeback.