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Satisfaction: From left, Ronnie Wood, Keith Richards and Mick Jagger on stage as the Rolling Stones perform live at Mt Smart Stadium, in Auckland, New Zealand. Photo: Getty Images The last time Keith Richards was in New Zealand was vastly different to the sheer joy that greeted him at the Rolling Stones' Saturday night concert in Auckland.
Gary Ivill and Keith Richards had on matching Goldie-style Richards T-shirts at the Rolling Stones concert. Garry Ivill couldn't believe his eyes when Keith Richards took the stage in Auckland wearing exactly the same T-shirt as him.
Last night, the Rolling Stones were scheduled to wrap a world tour that brought them to 21 countries in 10 months. As with all the band's road shows of the last quarter century, the bulk of the material planned for Saturday's concert in Auckland, New Zealand, dated from the '60s and '70s.
On Saturday, Chris Robinson Brotherhood continued a four-night stand at Great American Music Hall in San Francisco, where they debuted three different Rolling Stones covers over the course of the show. After kicking off the show with a first set that included a cover of Bob Dylan's "A Hard Rain's A Gonna Fall," Robinson and his band delivered the evening's first Stones cover in the middle of the second set as "Hot Stuff" made its CRB debut.
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The Rolling Stones performed the final date of their 14 On Fire Tour on Nov. 22 in Auckland, New Zealand. The legendary British rockers dazzled 36, 577 fans at Auckland's Mount Smart Stadium, completing their 8th and final show of their tour of Australia and New Zealand.
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Rolling Stones' fans heading to Auckland for the concert will need staying power because, when the show's over, there's still plenty to do, writes Sarah Ell It's been a long wait but, finally, the juggernaut that is the Rolling Stones 14 On Fire tour has rumbled into town. So if you want to celebrate what could be The Last Time the Stones roll this way - they haven't played here for eight years, and in another eight they'll be nearly in their 80s - you need to live it up, rock-star style.