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The Rolling Stones Tickets for all performances are available now. eCity Tickets sells tickets nationwide and hope we are your online source for all The Rolling Stones Tickets. The Rolling Stones kick off a nine-city 50 and Counting North American tour in Los Angeles at the Staples Center on Thursday May 2nd 2013 with a second concert added for Monday May 20th. The tour will visit Oakland, San Jose, Las Vegas, Anaheim (2 concerts), Toronto (2 concerts), Chicago (3 concerts), Boston (2 concerts) and 2 concerts at Philadelphia. The Rolling Stones are one of the few guaranteed home runs in the live music business and have been since the early '80s. They are in an elite class. They don't compete with other bands. There is no substitute. That's why their ticket prices are what they are. How many opportunities do rock 'n' roll fans get to witness history, and maybe more importantly, how many more chances will there be? We have the best tools in the industry for you to use state of the art interactive seat maps to pinpoint where you will be sitting on the seating chart. This will quickly help you decide which tickets fit your budget and seating preference so that you can determine the best VALUE for your ticketing dollar. eCityTickets gets you in with the great seats and lower prices even when others are sold out. Find your The Rolling Stones tickets online now.

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Oct 22, 2014: Rolling Stone's Ronnie Woods gives fans a cheery thumbs up in hot...

Let It Loose! Rolling Stone's Ronnie Woods gives fans a cheery thumbs up in hot pink while Keith Richards wears shirt with musical notes as they dress for rehearsals As momentum gathers ahead of the Rolling Stones concert on Saturday the rockers - who have a combined age of 281- whipped fans into a frenzy with their outlandish outfits. Step forward chirpy Ronnie Woods, 67, who greeted fans outside the recording studio in Adelaide on Wednesday with a determined thumbs up.

Oct 22, 2014: Adelaide Oval gets tick of approval as Rolling Stones stage unveiled

The Rolling Stones production staff have unveiled the enormous stage at Adelaide Oval just days before the band starts its highly anticipated Australian tour. More than 200 staff were busy preparing the stage for Saturday night's concert, which will see more than 50,000 people attend.

Oct 21, 2014: Oval revamp inspires replica cake creation

One Tree Hill cake maker Tonia Cristarella, of Cristarella Cakes, says it took her four days to make it. Picture: David Cronin IT took the State Government years and more than $535 million to rebuild Adelaide Oval but a cake maker has done it for a fraction of the cost - in just four days.

Oct 21, 2014: Danielia Cotton 'The Real Book' - Exclusive Album Premiere

But lucky for us, she channels her pain and suffering into kick ass musical creations that we can all enjoy. The album, which features guest appearances by Rachael Yamagata, Amy Helm , and the Broadway Inspirational Voices choir, is 12 hand-picked covers, including material by Citizen Cope, Bruno Mars, and The Rolling Stones, that Danielia recorded as a coping mechanism to help her get though a rough patch in life - a diagnosis of thyroid cancer and a difficult divorce.

Oct 21, 2014: Bianca Jagger and Carol Middleton lead the way at The Scottsboro Boys launch

Glamorous grannies! Bianca Jagger and Carole Middleton lead the way at West End launch of 'taboo-busting' new play The Scottsboro Boys The pair looked stylish as they attended an after party celebrating the press night performance of new West End musical The Scottsboro Boys in London. Bianca, former partner of Rolling Stones frontman Mick Jagger, kept it monochrome in a black winter coat with a leopard-print, silk scarf.

Oct 21, 2014: SHOWTIME Creates New Destination for Music Documentaries on SHOWTIME 2

Showtime is creating a new destination for music documentaries on Tuesday nights on Showtime 2, airing the compelling Music MAKERS Collection, which includes titles from some of the greatest musicians of all time. This collection gives a profound and unique insider's perspective on superstar artists and bands including Billy Joel, The Rolling Stones, Bruce Springsteen, David Bowie, Genesis, The Eagles, Green Day and Bob Dylan.

Oct 21, 2014: Rolling Stones' Mick Jagger watches The Castle to beat the heat

How's the serenity? Rolling Stones frontman Mick Jagger kicks back to Aussie classic The Castle to beat the heat Down Under Mick Jagger likes to give it his all on stage but when the spotlight is switched off it appears he likes to put up his feet like any other 71-year-old. The Rolling Stones frontman, due to resume his 14 On Fire tour in Adelaide on Saturday, has been largely holed up in his air-conditioned presidential suite of the Intercontinental Hotel sipping Coronas and watching classic Aussie movies like The Castle.

Oct 20, 2014: Rolling Stones Sax Player Bobby Keys to Miss Band's Australian Tour

When The Rolling Stones kick off their rescheduled tour of Australia and New Zealand this Saturday, they'll do it without their longtime touring saxophone player, Bobby Keys . According to a message on the band's official website, the 70-year-old musician, whose association with The Stones dates back to the group's 1969 album Let It Bleed , will miss the nine-date trek because he's been "a bit under the weather" and "is under doctor's orders to take it a bit easy for the next month."

Oct 20, 2014: the Week in Rock and Roll

1997 The Guinness Book Of Records declared Elton John's 'Candle in the Wind 97' as the biggest selling single record of all time, with 31.8 million sales in less than 40 days. 2000 Heart and Pat Benatar were among the performers on 'Women Rock! Girls & Guitars,' a breast cancer fundraiser on the Lifetime cable network.

Oct 20, 2014: Fergie Releases Lyric Video for "L.A. LOVE (La La)"

Fergie doesn't seem like the type to have time to sit down and scrapbook, but that's what she's doing in the new lyric video for her single "L.A. LOVE ." The video also serves as a reintroduction to Fergie, who hasn't released an official solo single in eight years.

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