Rock fans tuned into yesterday's (Jan. 20) football playoff games got a shock when, during a break in the action, the familiar opening of the Rolling Stones' Sympathy for the Devil' rang out of their television speakers.
The five shows the Rolling Stones played between Nov. 25 and Dec. 15 raked in over $38 million, landing the group on top of the most recent Hot Tours list at Billboard.com. All five shows -- two in London, one in Brooklyn, N.Y. and two in Newark, N.J. -- were sell outs.
In a world dominated by Kardashian's, Justin Bieber, boy bands (again) Lady Gaga and something called "Honey Boo Boo" I had just about given up hope for future generations of music and entertainment. Then along came my granddaughter and a video of a little girl who SHOULD be related to me.
The Rolling Stones formed 50 years ago as a British Blues band and in the spirit of the Blues men and women that inspired them, Stones guitarist Ronnie Wood says the band will tour 'until we can no longer stand up'.
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